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Dalmeny/Narooma Bushwalkers update

As a general rule the Club's Autumn program commences in March due to the summer heat and holidays. Some members like to do some warm up walks in February closer to our major centres and have some breakfast and coffee afterwards. So in the past few weeks walks have been held in an around Glasshouse rocks with 16 walkers attending. On a wet day around Dalmeny with 13 walkers coming and close to Kianga with 19 walkers. This is a great turnout for casually arranged outings. The Autumn Program has been finalised and is distributed to members It has a great mix of walks in unburnt coastal country, some in bushfire affected areas as members expressed an interest in seeing some favourite locations that have been burnt and some special new areas explored during the break. The Warrumbungle Trip is organised for April with a few spaces left if people still want to go. So if you would like to come on a few walks and join everybody is welcome. More info on the group HERE

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