Dalmeny, Mummaga and Brou

Sunday 24 April 2016

Photos by Mary T and Karen M

A group of eighteen club members were led by Karen M for the Anzac weekend club walk. We started at the Dalmeny car park near the bridge and entered the Eurobodalla National Park.  The beginning of the walk meandered through quite heavy undergrowth and sand dunes with few tracks and then around the lake shores of Mummaga and Brou. Morning tea by peaceful Mummaga Lake included a good view of the resident eagle atop its nest. Inland tracks took us to the mouth of Lake Brou where the beach and the ocean meet.

Lunch was a delightful spot on the lake offering not only great views across the water but excellent facilities for those using the camp sites and walkers like ourselves. A new track running parallel to the beach was an added bonus giving us spectacular views of ocean, beach and Montague Island. With good timing on the part of our leader Karen, low tide allowed us to enjoy the last few hundred metres walking on firm sand along the ocean shore.

Thank you Karen M for leading us on a delightful walk in perfect Autumnal weather.

Mary T