Mum and I went for a walk along the wave attenuator one evening to get black and white photos. It is a beautiful walk to do in the dark. You get great views of the waterfront and it has quickly become a popular spot for fisherman.[Read more…] about Exploring The Wanghim Walk At Night
Last year, we shared photos of the new wave attenuator at Eastern Beach that had apparently launched. It formally opened in February, 2021. I went out with family shortly after it was opened to the public.
It has quickly become popular with fishermen and provides beautiful views across the harbour.[Read more…] about Wangim Walk Has Officially Opened
On December 17, the new wave attenuator at Eastern Beach formally launched. The only problem? Other than that launch day, it didn’t open to the public until late February. As a pedestrian, this was frustrating. They get the photo shoot and PR, however members of the public have no idea when it is open for them.
This blog post curates the final months before its proper opening in 2021.
In early November, the City of Greater Geelong created ‘picnic circles’ at Customs Park. This was to help to community maintain social distancing.
It was a solid idea, but I only ever saw a couple of groups using this space. More people seemed to gravitate towards Eastern Beach, which allowed for easier social distancing.
Kudos to the council for doing the right thing to keep the community safe.