Extended Termeil Point/Tabourie Bush & Beach

Wednesday 11 April 2018

Photos by Brian and Mary

Our walk today took us to Termeil Point and Tabourie beach with bush land in between. The day heated up quite rapidly as we made our way through lovely forest and bush land to the first beach in Meroo National Park. A surprising and very welcome breeze greeted our first beach walk. Morning tea on the rocks near the entrance to Termeil Lake was followed by further bush with sea glimpses as we made our way to Tabourie where school children and terns were enjoying the expansive sands and a low tide allowing access to the nearby Crampton Island.

We left the beach and walked along side Tabourie Lake to our lunch spot complete with tables and shade. A stroll through the village took us pass gardens still full of flowering shrubs and flowers and along another bush track  to our cars. The day had become unseasonably hot and a welcome stop on the way home at a favourite club watering hole at East Lynne completed another lovely day in the Eurobodalla Shire.

Thank you Karen.