While it looks like you are in the middle of the ocean (well sort of), the fact that the depth finder on the boat is telling us we are in 90 cm of water is a bit of a shock. It seems strange to be "out to sea" but know that you could wade about if safety!
The islands themselves are not made of mud and it really feels like there is only one island! So, the name is a bit misleading.
We walked around the edge of the islands - about 5km or so - and waded through small channels that cut into the centre of the islands - or at some times separate the islands from each other. There was lots of bird life (pictures to come soon) and many, many shells on the beach. One of the best things was the lack of litter. I think I only saw about two bottles, which we removed.
The islands are rather flat - the highest point can be more than a couple of meters above sea level. The day was windy, which was a blessing in some ways as it would have been very hot without it.
Coming back onto land at the end of the day was like walking into an oven!
The land you can see in the background is the "main land" of Victoria.
I'd love to go back and just sit and wait and find out what comes along.
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