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Walking for Pleasure in February 2019


All walks begin at 11am sharp and last 1 to 11⁄2 hours, or less, depending on 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. Come walking, make new friends, and enjoy yourself. Please note that the walks are never cancelled due to the weather.


Above: Eurobodalla Walking for Pleasure group enjoyed a walk at Tomakin on last November. The walk began at Jack Buckley Park, then walkers set off along the reserve and beach to Melville Point Lookout. After the effort of the climb, the lookout offers wonderful views up and down the coast. They returned to lunch together. Interested ? New comers are most welcome

FEBRUARY 2019

6 February TUROSS HEAD: ONE TREE POINT—PATH TO COILA LAKE

To get there; turn off the Princes Highway into Hector McWilliam Drive. Follow Hector McWilliam Drive for about 5 km to the T-junction “GIVE WAY” sign, turn right and follow this road for about 600 metres, then turn left into Hawkins Road to the meeting place at One Tree Point parking area. Come and enjoy this great flat walk past Tarandore Point to Coila Lake.

13 February TOMAKIN: JACK BUCKLEY PARK—MELVILLE POINT LOOKOUT

Turn off George Bass Drive at the Tomakin turn off; take the first right turn into

Sunpatch Parade, and drive about 500 metres to Jack Buckley Park on the right. The walk will be on the reserve and beach to Melville Point Lookout, and return via Sunpatch Parade for lunch.

20 February BATEMANS BAY: SURFSIDE PARK TO MARINA

Today meet at Surfside Park at the northern end of the Clyde River bridge. Head north on the Princes Highway and cross the Clyde River bridge at Batemans

Bay. Continue a short distance to the roundabout and go right around the

roundabout, heading back to the Bay. Just before the bridge, turn left into Wharf

Road and then right to the park. The walk will be over the bridge onto the promenade, following this to the Marina and then returning for a well-deserved lunch and chat.

27 February MERINGO—MULLIMBURRA POINT

On the Princes Highway 9 km south of Moruya, at Bergalia, turn east off the highway

into Bingi Road. Follow Bingi Road for 2.2 km (past the Congo turnoff), then turn left

into the Meringo road. Follow this for 3 km to the Meringo settlement. If there has

been rain, stop in the grassed area opposite the houses. If the track past the

houses are dry and not too rough continue along it around the headland finally driving down a dirt track through the trees to an undeveloped parking area. The walk

will follow the beach, and along a dirt road to Mullimburra Point. EUROBODALLA WALKING FOR PLEASURE CO-ORGANISERS: contact 4472 4886 or 44726764

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