Batemans Bay Bushwalkers news

Over the past week, the Bay Bushwalkers have completed three easy walks, each about 6 to 7 kms.   Usually preferring morning walks, for something a little different, 17 walkers did an afternoon walk in the South Durras Headlands, taking in the interesting geology in the region, walking from Wasp Head to Dark Beach. The next walk was down south taking in a section of the Dreaming Track where 14 Bay Bushwalkers were joined by a family of 4 visiting Alaskan musicians, who also like to hike as a hobby.  The significance and history of the Dreaming Track was explained to the visitors and everyone enjoyed the magnificent views up and down the coast. Finally, 18 Walkers and one visitor completed a circuit walk from the back of Maloneys Beach into Murramarang National Park, stopping to see an old felled eucalyptus tree and an Aboriginal canoe tree.  For more information on the club and its walks, visit www.baybushwalkers.org.au

Maloneys Beach Murramarang NP Circuit - walkers in front on the old felled eucalyptus tree

The Aboriginal Canoe Tree

Bob and Jan Mitchell enjoying being out on the track

Afternoon walk - South Durras headlands


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