WALK TO NADJANUGA AN ICONIC LOCAL LANDMARK PLUS 2 OTHERS report by David Maidment
Three walks were again conducted this last week.
The first is a club favourite and generally done on an annual basis was to Nadjanuga. It involves quite a deal of uphill walking through private property,into scrub and some rock scrambling. Arguably it has better 360 degree views than Gulaga; it is a truly a spectacular spot. Nineteen walkers came and enjoyed this short walk uphill and then made their way back down to Tilba Beach to look for whales, take in the stunning views over Little Lake,up to the Tilba foothills and onto Gulaga.We finished the 8 klm just before a shower of rain. David thanked Jan for putting the walk on, in this special location.
A second walk was held for those who didn't want to climb and scramble on the first and this was held at Black Lagoon near Bermagui. Maggie took four walkers and they walked approximately 10 klms on tracks, gravel roads and with fewer hills. This is a lovely spot with the lagoon connected to Wallaga Lake, and in the lea of Gulaga. Lunch and ice creams were had at Bermi. before coming home.
The final walk was a social get together and walk from Kianga along the shared pathway. This was instigated a year or so ago for our older members who perhaps cannot do many of our regular walks but like to catch up with members, have a yarn,look for some whales and have morning tea together. It was a lovely morning and the eight people who came had a pleasant time for a couple of hours.