Wednesday 24 October 2018
Photos by Carol
On an overcast day six bushwalkers started from Pebbly Beach and began a climb up through the Murramarang National Park. When we reached a flat section we detoured off the track to Clear Point, a scenic area of ocean views with mountain scenes in the background. After a short stop we continued back along the track with numerous steps and steep inclines, spotting Cabbage Tree Palms (Livistona Australia) and purple Flag plants in flower. Eventually we reached Snake Bay where we scrambled over rocks to find a place to sit and have lunch while we watched the rough ocean waves.
On our way back to the cars we were lucky to spot three Lyre Birds who we heard calling in the forest. As usual we all enjoyed the day out in the bush.