E-Scootering From Mountain Creek To Point Cartwright Lighthouse On the Sunshine Coast

Thetraveljunkie.org – Today we bring you to e-scootering from Mountain Creek to Point Cartwright Lighthouse on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia. Point Cartwright is renowned for its scenic beauty and landmark lighthouse. The current reinforced concrete pentagonal tower, measuring 32.4 metres in height, was opened in 1979, replacing earlier lighthouses that had been guiding ships into Moreton Bay since 1896. It was just a beautiful day for e-scootering!

This reserve has long been a popular venue for weddings, picnics, rock fishing and rockpool exploring.

Start either from La Balsa Park down by the river or, as mapped here, the Reserve carpark at the end of Pacific Boulevard.

After checking the surf follow the paved wide pathway, and soon as possible cut through the greenery to get to the water and views.

There are plenty of seats and places to sit and soak it all up, marvelling at the absolutely gorgeous beaches and rock pools. You might be lucky and see a seal resting on the rocks.

In many cities around the world, more electric mobility is cleaner mobility. This means less local pollution and fewer climate-related emissions for cities, especially where electricity grids include an increasing share of renewable energy.

Electric Scooters are one of simply the most efficient form of transports. They produce no waste, cleaner mobility, and wellbeing. If we all used a e-scooter to get to work and visit friends and family or went on e-scootering holidays instead of road trips, it would have an immediate and profound effect on our fossil fuel use and contribution to climate change. Finally, as if all this is not compelling enough, e-scootering just 10km each way to work, once a week, instead of driving saves about $926 and 304kg of greenhouse gases each year.

We’ll see you again soon. With love, from Sunshine Coast QLD, Australia.

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