Forty-three members (Friends of Eastern Otways and ANGAIR), four Parks Vic Rangers, (Frank, Aaron, Katrina and Carlie) and Rani from DEPI came along to the Moggs Creek Picnic Ground on Saturday, December 13 to share in the completion of another year of successful activities.

Twenty people came along at 10am and joined in the walk along the track following the course of the creek and crossing a small number of bridges.

following the trail

and through the gully

The wooden bridges are good places to stop and have a rest.


bridge 2

Cinnamon Bell orchids were flowering.

Cinnamon Bell Orchid

The Victorian Christmas Bush was in full bloom.

Victorian Christmas Bush

Back at the picnic ground and Frank and Lachie had the barbecue under control where the rest of the group had arrived in time for lunch.

Frank and Lachie

The shared food was delicious.

Shared food

It was so pleasant sitting in the dappled shade beneath the eucalypts.

shade 1

shade 2

Carlie introduced us to baby Addis:

Carlie and Addis

And Etta joined us for her second time – she was just one week old in December 2013.


Frank and Helen say well done to all the troops.

Frank and Helen

Another year over and we look forward to 2015.

Margaret MacDonald

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