Monday, 27 May 2013

Warra: the Sandgate-Brighton foreshore

Warra is the open body of water stretching from Nudgee all the way north to Caboolture. This stretch of coastline offers many diverse activities and places for recreation and relaxation and reflection and meditation, from fishing to walking to cycling to running.

In late April this year about 500 runners participated in the 2013 Sandgate fun run.
Races included 8km, 4km and 1.5km. Runners filled the park at Einbinpin lagoon for the events on Sunday morning 21st April 2013.

While some people went to church, others did tai chi or other fitness and recreational activities,
and still others slept in - some chose to run. 

They looked good and fit and hale and healthy - in short they're dangerous.
Einbinpin lagoon, Sandgate

The foreshore too is home to the Sandgate parkrun, a 5km fun run held every Saturday morning.

 Sometimes other organisations choose Warra in Brighton as their venue for a fresh start.

A fun event called Fresh-Start-Athon was held here on the 4th May 2013.

The seagulls too are smart. I gave them a start, but they can play the part...

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