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The Carlin crew, of Wynnum, enjoyed a relaxing walk.  From left is mum Tricia and dad Chris with daughter Chloe, 4, and son Beau, 2.  Photo: Hannah Baker

The Carlin crew, of Wynnum, enjoyed a relaxing walk. From left is mum Tricia and dad Chris with daughter Chloe, 4, and son Beau, 2. Photo: Hannah Baker

FAMILIES and tourists visited Wellington Point on Sunday afternoon for foreshore fun.

While some enjoyed the walk between Wellington Point and King Island at low tide, others brought their windboarding gear to test out their skills in the gusty conditions.

Michael Abarca, who is pictured holding onto a kiteboard, launched a drone to take images from above. Photo: Hannah Baker

Michael Abarca, who is pictured holding onto a kiteboard, launched a drone to take images from above. Photo: Hannah Baker

Herston man Michael Abarca launched a drone which was fitted with his mobile phone to take aerial photos.

Not only did he capture birds-eye images of his friends who were kiteboarding at the time, but also the landscaped etched by the outgoing tide.

SEE MORE: Check out a birds-eye view of the Wellington Point foreshore | Drone images

The Chappell family visited Wellington Point after lunching with friends to inspect their Manly address from across the water.

While there they joined an informal procession of walkers to King Island and back.

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