Sunday 19 June 2016
Photos by Joan and Donna
Despite weather forecasts for quite a wet day in our area of the south coast there were nine hardy bushwalkers, led by Bev, who set off under a grey sky with no rain at that time to begin the walk inland from Moruya Airport to Mossy Point. The walk through the bush parallel to the beach led the group out on to the sand for morning tea where the unusual sight of a young man and his miniature horse jogging along the shoreline gave everyone a very rare sight not seen before.
Heading north along Broulee Beach which had been somewhat eroded by recent dramatic high seas and extremely heavy rain, the surf club was reached where the two large creative mosaic sea urchins were much admired. The climb to the lookout above and along the beach before descending to nearby Broulee Island and the end of the walk at the Mossy Cafe for lunch and coffee was very much enjoyed by one and all, without a drop of rain.