It was a perfect, sunny day for this wonderfully varied walk.

The 13 participants enjoyed the mix of easy track walking with a steep but rewarding climb and even a short bush bash.

With fabulous views towards the headwaters of Painkalac Creek, a variety of forest and heathland, birds, fungi and flowers, what more could you want.

viewView across the heathland towards the headwaters of Painkalac Creek

fungusTremella fuciformis White jelly

lunchLunch in the forest

Leader, report writer and photographer: Gretel Lamont

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