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Summer Walks For Dalmeny/Narooma Bushwalkers

Eighteen walkers came along for our first summer walk. While it is still warm the walks start a little earlier (7.30am) and are limited to 2 hours. We make these in generally easier locations around town and finish with a coffee at a local establishment. A very pleasant way to spend an early Thursday morning. Last week was in and around North Narooma, this week is Dalmeny,the week after Oceanside of Narooma Township and finally the Inlet side of Narooma.

Now the club has been busy planning the coming Autumn walk program, its autumn trip away, ( to the Warrumbungles) a mini camp to Yarrangobilly Caves later in the year, and some other shorter trips run by members. We are being careful where and how far we travel as organisers are conscious of the Covid travel risk.

In addition to all this quite a few of our walks this year are targeting tracks and bush in and around Gulga Mountain.Many of these have been walked in the past but as it is the 35th Anniversary of our Club, we thought it appropriate to go back and visit these beautiful spots on our doorstep. We are blessed to have this on our doorstep and be able travel along tracks walked by our aboriginal ancestors, our early pioneers of the district and past members of the Club. Many of these walks will be done in the cooler weather.

If you are interested in walking and would like to do a few or many of them, we generally walk on a Thursday and Saturday but remember it is weather dependent. Check the website for details and contact one of our group for details


Above: a view from Tilba Lake towards Gulaga. A pretty big and important landmark on the Far South Coast

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