The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers enjoyed a bushwalk through Paradise Point Farm on Wagonga Inlet last Thursday, April 11. We started by joining the Wagonga Princess and enjoyed the views of Wagonga Inlet and the conversation of skipper Charlie Bettini.
We heard the early boating, fishing factories and wildlife history of Narooma, whilst travelling from town via Forsters Bay out to Paradise Point Farm.
Arriving on the wharf we had morning tea and commenced our walk. Five kilometres later we arrived back at the wharf for lunch having enjoyed a reminded how good this beautiful area on Freshwater Bay, Wagonga Inlet is to us town people.
The farm has many varied vegetation and trees, with the rain forest pockets still showing the absence of rain, and the views from the rocky ledges provided glimpses of Montague Island and Narooma township.
All walkers appreciated our walk leader Heather Ferguson's knowledge and love of the area. After lunch skipper Charlie had us in laughter whilst we made our back to town aboard the Wagonga Princess.
On a sunny Saturday, April 13, seven bushwalkers with the help of a low tide had a marvellous time exploring Glasshouse Rocks and Handkerchief Beach. The rocks around Glasshouse Rocks are worth exploring, with their multitude of various colours embedded deep within the rocks and exposed by the harsh seas over a long time.
Finding a cave which we all could walk in and stand in was fun, with the different types and colours of rock deep within the cave providing a challenge to the bushwalker's cameras.
This 9km walk organised by Jo Jean-Mairet was fun exploring this beautiful area.
All information about the Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers are on our website, www.dalmenynaroomabushwalkers.info