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Dalmeny/Narooma Bushwalkers news


Eleven bushwalkers met at Guerilla Bay and walked to Burrewarra Point where they had morning tea. Beaches, coastal bush, with large banksia's and many burrawangs dominated the vegetation in this area. Everybody found it an exciting area to explore, especially when Franci Southon showed the group a new way of accessing the Reserve. Steve and Margaret added to the morning talking about the history of the Burrewarra Lighthouse and the old World War 2 Radar Hut. Spectacular views were enjoyed, to the North, from as far out on the Point as the group dared to venture.

The walk was 6 klms long and Steve thanked Margaret for putting the walk on and Franci for showing the group some new trails. A beautiful morning was had by all.

The spring summer program is now available on the web site

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