Originally Posted by Warby12
We're in Graham Creek now. Have the whole place to ourselves! We are in the inner anchorage which is wider and shallower. We are in about 2.7 meters at low tide. Just drive around in circles until you are happy. The outer anchorage seemed a little deep at 9 meters (high tide) and not wide enough for LOTS of chain.
After a few days dragging up and down the Burnett River at Bundaburg, we are a little weary of deep narrow spots haha
Bugs not too bad either!! The old mosquito coils are working and some fish
bitten off my line twice, will be trying the wire leader tomorrow.
Ps. You can hear the LNG plant over the hill but you can't see it
I have dragged in Graham Creek in the outer anchorage so now I go to Targinie and anchor
down the south end. The crabbing is better, it's a bit further away from the gas plant and the TV and phone reception
of both the Mary and Burnett Rivers have poor anchorages
due to their shingly bottoms in places. The inside of the bends just downstream of the bend usually provides a bit of mud though.