Seventeen Batemans Bay bushwalkers set out on a sunny Sunday to walk the cliff tops and beaches from Guerrilla Bay to Rosedale.
After passing through a forest of coastal banksia and Port Jackson Pines the group paused to view the concrete Nissen Hut used by the Australian Air Force during World War II.
Walkers found many scenic outlooks along the route, some southward with Mt Dromedary on the far horizon, others to the north showing the expansive ocean and rocky shoreline.
Nudies and Nuns beaches were two that the hikers traversed as well as passing Jimmy's Island on their way to Rosedale Beach.
After investigating the Nun's Retreat the group turned to retrace their steps on the return journey.
First formed in 1985, Batemans Bay Bushwalkers now have about 200 members. We are not-for-profit and run by volunteers.
Personal accident, public liability and associations liability Insurance is funded by annual subscriptions
We publish four Walks Programs per year, with two walks a week of varying grades. Visitors are welcome on walks and are covered by our insurance for three walks per financial year. For more information go to www.baybushwalkers.org.au.