During the 6km stroll along the paths and boardwalks, past the billabongs, backwaters and bird hides, the informative signage gave us information on the flora and fauna in different areas along with the Indigenous history and names and uses of the flora. Everyone enjoyed being out in the sunshine with good company and beautiful scenery.
One might wonder why penguins were mentioned quite a bit…let’s just say penguin and pelican both start with “p”?. Maybe we’ll never again know the ease and fluidity of the pre Covid world! Along with the pelican, black swans and white ibis were among birds spotted.
Those who finished the walk first had time to explore the winery, the underground cellars and the finished product.
The day concluded with a picnic lunch by the lake in Nagambie.
Thank you Glen Chessells for organising the drive, the 7-9km walk (some walked more at Nagambie) and for the splendid weather, however you pulled that off!"