Batemans Bay Bushwalkers
Another glorious Far South Coast autumn morning saw Batemans Bay Bushwalkers down at Tuross Head, doing an easy seven kilometre ramble along that scenic section of the Eurobodalla coast.
The group welcomed a visitor on his first walk with the club, as well as two new members. This was also Denise’s first walk as a leader, a role which she acquitted as if she had been doing it forever.
As it was an easy grade walk, we stuck to the concrete pathway, dropping down to admire several beaches along the way. There were views of the Tuross River Estuary on an outgoing tide, with schools of mullet milling around in the clear water. The group ventured as far as Coila Lake and then turned around in order to finish the walk before midday.
Some of the group stayed on to further enjoy the day with lunch at the Tuross Boatshed Cafe’ – fish & chips right at the water’s edge.
Moruya Garden Club
Moruya & District Garden Club meets on Saturday May 10, at the Uniting Church Hall, Page Street, Moruya, from 2pm. Guest speaker will be Cath Milliken, popular celebrant, who will inform us of the duties involved in her profession. Members are invited to display their flowers or pots or maybe bring some produce or plants for the trading table. Afternoon tea is enjoyed by all after the meeting, so bring some light refreshment to share. New members or visitors welcome.
Eurobodalla Renal Support Group & Organ Donor Awareness Get Together, Sunday, May 20, Batemans Bay Soldiers Club at noon.