Eurobodalla Walking For Pleasure - October

Above: Despite the turn in the weather, a rugged up group of walkers followed a route around the area at Tuross Head on September 26, including Chatham Park. Some followed the walk with fish and chips. New folk are always welcome to join. OCTOBER 2018

3 OCTOBER w077 BODALLA: COMERANG FOREST ROAD Head south on the Princes Highway to Bodalla and turn right at the Police Station into Eurobodalla Road. Follow this bitumen road for 2.6 km to Comerang Forest Road (note: not Comerang Farm Road only 200 m from highway. Turn right into Comerang Forest Road and follow the road across a narrow bridge over the Tuross River and park 50 m up on the far bank on the right in a grassed area. Our walk today is along a country lane, with beautiful views of hills and valleys on either side. 10 OCTOBER w089 DALMENY: OPPOSITE SHOPS—AROUND HEADLANDS TOWARDS


Today we meet at the park opposite the Dalmeny shops. On the Princes Highway 12.2 km south of Bodalla turn east off the highway to Dalmeny (Mort Street) and drive through to the shops. Park opposite the shops. Our walk will be around the Dalmeny headlands walkway and on towards Kianga and return for our usual lunch and chat.

17 OCTOBER w002 NORTH DURRAS: NEAR DURRAS BEACH NORTH TOURIST PARK Today we have a beautiful forest walk, and on the way a beautiful drive lined with Spotted Gums and other Eucalypts, but do take care on the narrow, winding access road. Head north on the Princes Highway, and about 14 km north of Batemans Bay turn right off the highway into Mt Agony Road (also signposted as the road to Depot Beach/North Durras/Pebbly Beach). Drive for 5.1 km then turn right into the road to Depot Bch/North Durras. Follow this sealed road for about 5 km to the end and turn left and park down at the picnic area on the edge of the water (Durras Lake). We will walk back up the road beside and around Durras Beach North Tourist Park and along a forest track to an arm of Durras Lake. 24 OCTOBER w034 BROULEE SURF CLUB: BUSH TRACK TOWARDS AIRPORT We will meet at the Broulee Surf Club. We will walk out along Little Street on to the end of Grant Street, then take the bush track towards Moruya Airport, then return for our lunch. From the north turn left into Train Street, go to the end and turn right into Coronation Drive which continues into Grant Street. From the south turn right into Broulee Road which turns into Grant Street. From Grant Street, turn south into Heath Street (the Surf Club is signposted) and veer right at the end to the Surf Club.

31 OCTOBER w078 BODALLA: POTATO POINT ROAD—JEMISONS POINT To reach our meeting place today, turn east off the Princes Highway into Potato Point Road at Bodalla. Continue for approximately 5 kms, just past the "ROAD NARROWS" sign. Then turn right into a bush track, where we will park. Our walk will be along the bush track to the headland overlooking Brou Beach and Lake Tarouga at Jemisons Point. All our walks begin at 11am sharp and last 1 to 11⁄2 hours, or less, depending on one's ability. Afterwards we enjoy a BYO picnic lunch together, so bring a chair/seat to be comfortable. Good walking shoes and protection from the weather is all that is needed to join our group, so come walking with us, make new friends, and enjoy yourself. Please note that the walks are never cancelled due to the weather, because though it may be raining at your place it frequently will not be raining at the walk venue. Make up your own mind, but we recommend that you attend.

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