On a perfect autumn day six Batemans Bay bushwalkers and a Blue Mountains visitor, who joined one of the club's excursions for the second time whilst holidaying in the Eurobodalla, set out to walk the 13.5-kilometre length of the Dreaming Track from Congo to Tuross Head.
Traditionally over thousands of years, the Brinja-Yuin people used this route, linking their campsites, sites for ceremony and trading, also to access fresh water and food sources.
The area is rich in archaeological sites.
The bushwalkers were not disappointed, with beautiful picnic spots at Meringo headland and Coila Lake, amazing seascapes, pristine beaches, an abundance of large fungi, shady woodland areas and plenty of birdlife on lagoons and lakes.
The flat terrain made for brisk and easy walking.
The highlight for walkers was an impromptu show put on by a pod of dolphins near Grey Rocks.
Ten dolphins surfing in a clear, blue wave close to shore, was certainly a sight to behold.
Cameras clicked to capture this great shot.
Batemans Bay Bushwalkers are a crew of around 200 members, with the shared goal of finding, exploring and enjoying the natural secrets of our corner of Australia.
For more information go to www.baybushwalkers.org.au