This was a late substitution for the much anticipated Cremona Bridge walk, due to persistent rain and Covid restrictions. Luckily the rain held off for the morning and twelve intrepid, and masked, walkers made their way through the Reef Hills tracks.Much wattle, and some wildflowers and interesting fungi made it a very enjoyable walk, and historical commentary from Rupert and others added to our interest. We had a picnic lunch, and managed to complete a very pleasant morning before the rain started again. (See Andi's photos on previous posts).
September - Cancelled: Warby Ovens National Park, Friends Track/Kwat Kwat Lookout: Wednesday September 1st - this walk has been cancelled due to lockdown.
October - Looking ahead: Wetlands Walk, Tahbilk - Wednesday October 6th:
This walk will be through the wetlands at Tahbilk in the grounds of the winery. We will stroll along 6kms of trails and boardwalks, past billabongs and river Flats of the Goulburn River. The wetlands supports a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Enclosed footwear must be worn, and the trails can be slippery if there has been rain, so consider walking poles. A gold coin donation is required at the entrance.
Lunch will be at an eatery in Nagambie.
Please confirm attendance with Glen Chessells by Monday October 4th on 0431201077 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet at the Seniors’ Complex Carpark at 9.30am, Fawckner Drive.Members are asked to confirm with Glen if the need transport, or can provide