A little way off the coast of Grange Beach is a steel platform that never quite disappears even during the highest tides. It was built as the seawater inlet to the Westlakes waterway and ensures its ongoing health.
The local cormorants see it there own way. A safe haven to rest for the evening when away from home. It’s not substantial enough for a rookery. It’s kept clean from becoming a smelly pile of guava by the regular storms but still night after night the cormorants keep coming back.
Their little sanctuary, just off the coast of Grange.