Don Moir Hill Near Kioloa

Wednesday 3 July 2019

Photos by Helen & Glenn

A good day’s walk for 15 bushwalkers last week began at the ANU private property near Kioloa, followed by a gently rising forest track as a warm up.

The next rather steep uphill climb to the top of Don Moir Hill and its former WW11 Telegraph Station slowed most of us down a bit, but we were soon rewarded with morning tea up there amongst the lichen covered rocks and beautiful tall gum trees.  Just looking at this former important part of history had most of us musing about its part in our defence system.  The group then continued along a bush track sometimes getting glimpses of the ocean until we emerged back at Kioloa. Lunch was had near the boat-ramp before walking around the delightful little headland track and then along the beach back to Racecourse Beach and our cars.

All in all a lovely warm winter’s day walk – thanks Glenn.