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Eurobodalla Walking For Pleasure April 2018



Eurobodalla Walking For Pleasure announce their April 2018 walks

Isabel Carey Publicity Officer for the group told the Beagle "All walks begin at 11am sharp and last 1 to 1½ hours, or less, depending on one's ability.

"Afterwards enjoy a BYO picnic lunch together. Bring a chair/seat to be comfortable, good walking shoes, protection from the weather and a drink. "So come walking, make new friends, and enjoy yourself. Please note that the walks are never cancelled due to the weather."

APRIL 2018

4 APRIL NELLIGEN

From Batemans Bay drive north-west on the Kings Highway, turn left into Maisies Lane just after crossing the Clyde River into Nelligen, then turn left again into Wharf Street. Park cars at the park edge near the wharf. The walk will be across the bridge, through the picnic area on Thule Road then on to Bridge View Road and Sproxtons Lane, returning to the cars for lunch.

11 APRIL SURFSIDE, MYAMBA PARADE: CULLENDULLA CREEK WALK

Head north on the Princes Highway and cross the Clyde River bridge at Batemans Bay. Continue a short distance to the roundabout and then go right around the roundabout, heading back to the Bay. Just before the bridge, turn left into Wharf Road. Follow Wharf Road around the coastline to the FIRST CROSS-ROAD (it is also the first on the right for the geographically challenged) and turn RIGHT. Take the second left (at the end). This is Myamba Parade. Park in the small parking area on the right near the far end of Myamba Parade. The walk will be through the Nature reserve, along the beach to Cullendulla Creek, along the side of the creek on the boardwalk, then back to the cars for lunch.

18 APRIL MOGO: RUNNYFORD ROAD—ROSS RIDGE ROAD

Turn west off the Princes Highway into Runnyford Road, which is approximately 7.5 km south of Bateman's Bay, and 2 km north of Mogo. Travel 1 km on this road then turn left into Ross Ridge Road and follow this road for 0.7 km. We will park our cars in a cleared area on the right. The walk is along gravel roads through the bush.

25 APRIL BARLINGS BEACH: EASTERN END—TOMAGA RIVER

IMMEDIATELY east of Barlings Beach Caravan Park turn off George Bass Drive onto a dirt track that runs along the eastern boundary of the caravan park to the beach. We will park our cars near the end of the track and walk along the beach to Melville Point, then along Barlings and Tomakin Beaches to the Tomaga River, then back to the cars for lunch. (Anyone with energy left can walk up to the lookout to see the beautiful views.)

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