Dalmeny/Narooma bushwalkers explore Whittakers Creek

Dalmeny/Narooma Bushwalkers held the final of the series of five walks before commencing the Spring 2020 program.

Steve Deck led seven walkers back into the Whittakers Creek area to complete the walk we didn't finish a few weeks ago.

The creek is flowing well, sending water down to Brou Lake and at present out to sea.

It is a pleasant walk with some road walking, bush tracks and bush/creek walking.

It is a little rough in some areas, with very large trees and plenty of creek crossings.

The lower section, a tributary of Whittakers Creek is a gem.

It is unburnt with a carpet of mulch, under towering grey myrtle - a very beautiful area to have lunch and take in the silence of the bush.

We made our way back to the cars and Miriam thanked Steve for putting this on again and we all expressed how special it was to be in this little visited rainforest gully.

We have a comprehensive spring program ahead of us, with some classic South Coast walks extending from south of Bermagui to north of Tuross. We are a COVID responsible club and have a tested protocol.

Thursday, September 10: Never Never walk in Bodalla State Forest. dnbushwalkers@gmail.com

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