Apparently the next time we get a blood moon like today’s will be on June the 9th 2123. I’m glad I bothered to set the alarm and check out this one because I’ve got a feeling I’ll be sleeping through the alarm for the next! I decided to head over to Point Perpendicular and shot the moon over the famous lighthouse along with a select band of fellow photographers. Then before it disappeared completely I drove 10 minutes down the track to Honeymoon Bay to fly my drone for sunrise.
On the northern edge of Jervis Bay is the Beecroft Peninsula – home to the Beecroft Weapons Range. Above 120m high cliffs you’ll find the Point Perpendicular lighthouses (both current and historical) and just around the corner beaches including Target, Honeymoon and Long.