Bushwalkers explore Bermagui

Standing left to right, Dan Joseph, Steve Deck, Narelle Spees and Anita Porter.
Sitting left to right, Jenny Mc Donagh, Margaret Moran, Kerren Ogg and Maggie Finch

Standing left to right, Dan Joseph, Steve Deck, Narelle Spees and Anita Porter. Sitting left to right, Jenny Mc Donagh, Margaret Moran, Kerren Ogg and Maggie Finch

The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers have enjoyed two picturesque walks this week.

Thursday, October 19, saw the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers visit Bermagui.

Their walk took them along parts of Scenic Drive and Scenic Forest Drive to reach Black Lagoon for lunch, before returning via Spotted Gum Drive.

This bushwalk covers a lot of the bush as you drive into Bermagui from the north. Spotted gum trees and coastal vegetation with distant views of the ocean from the ridges, and a lot of tiny dry creek beds.

This 11km bushwalk was led by Maggie Finch, who was thanked for showing them most of the bush trails in this lovely area.

On Saturday, October 21, the bushwalkers trekked around Nargal Lake, along Fullers Beach and past the old homestead site. The trees on this trail are mainly spotted gum with some very old, big and twisted specimens. 

They bushwalked some of the old trails which the line fishermen used to gain access to Loader Beach. Michael McDonagh led the 8km walk through this interesting area.

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

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