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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Cullendulla Crossing with Batemans Bay Bushwalkers


A perfect autumn walking day was enjoyed by our small group, led by Brian.

The air was cool and crisp as we began with a stroll along Maloneys and Long Beaches and then took a tea break before climbing to the top of Square Head. Looking out towards the Tollgates, the bay was glassy, the views clear in every direction, and the atmosphere wonderfully calm. It was a delight to follow the track up and down across the headland through the burrawangs and eucalypts just soaking up the quiet.

The track ended down at Cullendulla Creek and much laughter was heard as we readied ourselves for the crossing. Wendy bravely offered to test the depth, and as a result, we went further upstream before paddling knee deep across the creek to Surfside. Lunch in the shade, then the final beach walk in the breeze saw us return to the car park.

Many thanks to Brian for leading a great day on what has become our last official club walk for the present.

Photos provided by Brian and Mary

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