Fourteen members of the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers were greeted by a delightful spring day at Bermagui on Thursday, September 28.
The walkers were spoilt for scenery, with a private property owner offering up the opportunity to wander through their land, near Cuttagee Beach.
The walkers reported a view to die for, native gardens and an artist studio as highlights of this section of the walk, before trek-leader Gail Drury started proceedings.
The intrepid adventurers headed south, via Cuttagee Beach, where a whale was spotted.
Next, the trek took them south over the headland to Barragga Bay for morning tea and shelter from a southerly which had blown up.
They then took some bush tracks behind houses to arrive at Armands Bay, before heading into the bush again.
The walkers found new bush tracks to follow back to Cuttagee Beach, just north of One Tree Rock.
The group was rewarded with a view of Mount Gulaga across the sand while they broke for lunch.
All up, the walk was 9.5 kilometres as a round trip, and all participants enjoyed the day.
All participants thanked Gail for the surprise start to the day, and the scenic route.
More information about bushwalks organised by the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers can be found on their website www.dalmenynaroomabushwalkers.info.