Thursday 15 April 2021
Photos provided by Brian and Helen
Batemans Bay Bushwalkers travelled south of Narooma for this midweek walk. It’s a long way for our walkers to travel, but our destination was a beautiful little pocket of Eurobodalla National Park featuring a scenic coastal track, a couple of beaches and Nargal Lake.
We started by walking the newly graded Bogola Head Road to the coast, and then turned north onto Plovers Lane which undulates over the headlands towards Handkerchief Beach. After a long break on a grassy headland opposite Montague Island, we retraced our steps, descended to Fullers Beach and walked south to the dunes behind Nargal Lake. There we had another long break overlooking the lake and the ocean.
Our return leg was on an old forest track littered with recently fallen trees and festooned with spider webs – something of an obstacle course. Our circuit totalled about 9 kilometres.