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Eurobodalla Walking For Pleasure: May 2019

EUROBODALLA WALKING FOR PLEASURE All 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. MAY 2019 1 MAY w004 SOUTH DURRAS: NEAR MURRAMARANG—OLD COAST ROAD Head north on the Princes Highway over the Clyde River Bridge at Batemans Bay. About 9.5km north of the bridge turn right into Durras Road. Drive for about 6 km after which the road becomes Dilkera St. Follow Dilkera St and turn left into Banyandah St. Follow Banyandah St until you reach Murramarang Caravan Park and turn left before and beside it. Drive up to and THROUGH the boat ramp car park to the picnic ground and park there, near the toilet block. Come along and enjoy a walk along the old coast road and then back to the picnic area for lunch and a cuppa. 8 MAY w030 MOSSY POINT: ANCHOR LOOKOUT—CORONATION DRIVE From the north, turn left off George Bass Drive into Annetts Parade, which veers to the left just before Candlagan Creek. Continue around to the first track on the right to The Anchor Lookout, before the road descends to the boat ramp. From the south, turn right off George Bass Drive into Broulee Rd, follow this until you cross Candlagan Creek, turn sharp right into Annetts Parade, then continue around to the first track on the right to The Anchor Lookout, before the road descends to the boat ramp. We will walk around the headland down to and across Candlagan Creek and along the walk/cycleway, and then return. 15 May w035 BENGELLO BUSH & BEACH WALK For this walk travel along George Bass Road and turn east (toward the sea) into the track at the north end of Moruya Airport, 4.1 km south of the Broulee Road intersection, or 2.1 km north of the Moruya Racecourse/Speedway turnoff. Drive past the airport to the carpark at the end above Bengello Beach. We will walk along the old coast road towards Broulee and return via the beach for lunch at our cars. 22 MAY w046 MORUYA: ALBERT STEWART PARK—RIVERSIDE PARK-RYANS CREEK At Moruya, turn west off the Princes Highway into Church Street at the traffic lights. Follow Church Street to Albert Stewart Park, opposite the tennis courts. Our walk will be along the river path, past the swimming pool, through Riverside Park towards Ryans Creek and return. 29 MAY w076 BUMBO ROAD, NEAR TRUNKETABELLA The Bumbo Road turnoff is on the west side of the Princes Highway just north of the Tuross River bridge, or 5.9 km south of Hector McWilliam Drive (Tuross Head road). Drive south from Moruya on the Princes Highway, past the Trunketabella Gardens and across Trunketabella Creek, then take the first turn to the right into Bumbo Road. After 1.4 km from the highway, take the right-hand road branch up the hill. At 3.7 km from the highway park in the open area on the left beside Bumbo Creek.

We will walk 2 km further along Bumbo Road then return for lunch. (For the walk leader, after about 1.5 km turn right before crossing the bridge ahead, and walk beside Bumbo Creek until you reach the next bridge, then return. Or arrange beforehand with landholder to walk on his property.) More info? CO-ORGANISERS: Margaret t: 4472 4886 or Carol t: 4472 3504


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