Our Dalmeny Narooma bushwalk on Thursday, May 11 was from the start of Lawlers Creek, near Tobacco Pinch Road, west of Dalmeny in the Bodalla State Forest.
The creek was mainly dry in the earlier stages, moving onto puddles and larger ponds. Passing Dingo Ridge Road, we located the dam and the various equipment needed for it to operate.
We exited Lawlers Creek and walked Rixons Road and back to our cars where we thanked Steve Deck for this walk showing us the history of this area.
Saturday, May 13 our bushwalk changed from Turlinjah due fire smoke in the area, and we then walk the northern edge of Lake Brou and joined up with the southern edge of Lake Tarouga.
This walk took us into an area we have not walked but the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers walk leader, Michael McDonagh showed us some exciting areas to explore and all just behind Brou Beach.
This bushwalk was 15kms but enjoyable as it remains a unique coastal area and will tempt us to explore more of it to find out how the area became different to the other coastal strips.
More information about walks organised by the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers can be found on our web site, www.dalmenynaroomabushwalkers.info