Thursday 16 November 2017
Photos by Carol
This was a very scenic relaxing walk which began by visiting the WW2 gun emplacement on Burrewarra Headland and continuing on past the lighthouse with magnificent views south along the coastline and beyond to Mt Dromederry and the Deua National Park ranges. Amongst this we saw a sea eagle soaring on the thermals as well as two yellow-tailed black cockatoos “talking” up in the Banksia trees.
Following morning tea at Guerilla Bay we headed off over the headlands to Nun’s Beach and Rosedale Beaches. The lookout and the special access track for the disabled to Ronald MacDonald respite house were a credit to those who organised it. Then it was along a slightly different track back to Guerilla Bay for lunch.
All agreed the day’s walk over and around the headlands and beaches taken at a relaxed pace, admiring our beautiful coastline was “a gem”.