Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers explore Reedy Creek

The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers enjoy their trek around Reedy Creek. Photo: Michael McDonagh
The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers enjoy their trek around Reedy Creek. Photo: Michael McDonagh

The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers have explored the area surrounding Reedy Creek.

Nineteen bushwalkers followed the bush trail from Reedy Creek Road to Reedy Creek before making their way up to the main ridge trail.

This trail is about 3km long and provides good views of the other ridges and mountain tops.

The walkers joined another bush trail that provided great views of the Reedy Creek Valley and Eurobodalla’s farmland.

The bushwalkers then rejoined Reedy Creek Road and enjoyed the walk back to their cars beside the creek.

Margaret Moran and Jo Jean-Mairet led the 9km bushwalk.

Saturday, September 2 saw the bushwalkers explore Dingo Hole, just west of Dalmeny in Bodalla State Forest.

This walk was last led in June 2007 before the logging trucks moved in.

The walkers have explored this area in the past, but have used mostly bike trails rather than the logging trails.

Two crossings of Whittakers Creek were mostly mud, and the creeks at Dingo Hole were barely more than a small pool of water.

The walk was lovely with the spring wattle flowering, birds chirping, and evidence of a wild pig or pigs.

Jan Thomas led the walkers around Dingo Hole and its many creeks, including Whittakers Creek.

More information about bushwalks organised by the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers can be found on our web site, www.dalmenynaroomabushwalkers.info

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