Cullendulla Boardwalk

25 March 2017

Photo by Joan

After recent days of uncertain weather with afternoon downpours but on a clear lightly overcast morning there were five walkers keen to get out and about on the walk led by Bob and Joan.  Beginning from the car park at the bridge the group began the walk along the shoreline behind the caravan park and on to the sand around to Surfside Beach where many uprooted casuarina trees were seen left as the result of high and rough seas.  Also surprisingly there was a large group of seagulls and sooty oyster catcher birds relaxing together on the beach to entertain those passing by.  Morning tea was enjoyed on the boardwalk seating area as several black swans were seen in the distance and also very much closer the antics of the many many little crabs which live in the mangroves of that part of Cullendulla Creek.

At the end of the boardwalk the track led through bushland and back to the carpark where lunch was enjoyed in the picnic area by one and all after a very pleasant walk.