Keen walkers explore lakes and creek lands

COASTAL TREK: Jenny McDonagh, David Maidment, Jan Thomas, Michael McDonagh, Maggie Finch and Anita Porter stop for a photo.
COASTAL TREK: Jenny McDonagh, David Maidment, Jan Thomas, Michael McDonagh, Maggie Finch and Anita Porter stop for a photo.

The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers trip to Paradise Point followed by a cruise with Charlie Bettini on the Wagonga Princess was cancelled because of the rain.

This bushwalk and cruise is popular so leader Heather Ferguson will arrange to put it on the program early next year.

On Saturday, October 6 the group explored Pedro Point, just south of Moruya Heads. Pedro Swamp is very low in water and the usual birds were missing.

Walkers continued through Eurobodalla National Park where the sight of magnificent blackbutt forest and tall old man banksias were enjoyed by all before reaching Congo Creek.

Morning tea was had at Congo Creek and then the walkers followed Congo Creek almost to Congo Point. From there they walked the beach for a kilometre before exploring the sand dunes with its various coastal vegetation.

Re-joining Pedro Point Road the group took the track around the edge of the lake before having lunch on the beach. The 9km walk of lovely coastal vegetation, creeks and lakes was led by member Maggie Finch.

More information about bushwalks organised by the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers can be found on the website: www.dalmenynaroomabushwalkers.info

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