This is the Main Beach at Yeppoon in Queensland, Australia, at nightfall.
In my previous post about Emu Park in Queensland, Australia, I featured a photograph of the Singing Ship. I thought it deserved a post of its own: Here are some more images of this monument.
The Singing Ship is a sculpture to commemorate the visit to this area by Captain James Cook in 1770. The singing is caused by the on-shore breezes which blow through the sculpture and cause a whistle type noise to emit from it. It was erected in 1970 to celebrate the bicentenary of Cook’s visit.
Emu Park is situated on the Capricorn Coast, Queensland, Australia. The small town was established in the 1870s when families from nearby Rockhampton built seaside holiday homes. It is also where my Great-grandfather chose to live.