Long trek for Bushwalkers

Back standing left to right, Narelle Spees, Ann Durnan, David Maidment, Steve Deck, Tom Hendry and Grace Lowe.
Sitting left to right, Margaret Moran, Elaine Cuthbert, Donna Hendry and Josie McNamara.
Front left to right, Judi de Smeth, Maggie Finch and Alison Philip.
Back standing left to right, Narelle Spees, Ann Durnan, David Maidment, Steve Deck, Tom Hendry and Grace Lowe. Sitting left to right, Margaret Moran, Elaine Cuthbert, Donna Hendry and Josie McNamara. Front left to right, Judi de Smeth, Maggie Finch and Alison Philip.

The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers enjoyed a 15-kilometre bushwalk on Thursday, June 7.

Fourteen hikers started from Corunna Point, enjoying the vast beaches and many headlands on their way to Wallaga Lake.

The first top was the Corunna Velodrome, then on to Billy’s Beach and Mystery Bay for morning tea.

From Boat Harbour Point, the walked through the old picnic area, past 1080 beach, and on to the old Mystery Bay Lookout

From there they crossed the Tilba TIlba Lake entrace, and climbed the headland to enjoy the views over Wallaga Beach. 

They then passed Tilba cemetery, and climbed over another headland onto Wallaga Beach.

They exited the beach using Serendip Lane to cross Merriwinga Creek, then on to Bermagui Road and over the bridge to Payne’s Island.

Alison Philip led the bushwalk, and was thanked for showing the group the beautiful coastline.

The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers will explore Mummaga and Brou Lakes on Thursday June 14, before their annual Shell Point weed clean up on Saturday, June 16.

The group’s winter program is on their web site http://www.dalmenynaroomabushwalkers.info, along with more information about the club and bushwalking.

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