Pfeiffers Winery, Wahgunyah, around Lake Moodemere, and return, Sunday 17th January

Lake Moodemere is located a few kilometres downstream of Corowa/Wahgunyah, and is part of a cut-off meander of the Murray River. This is a popular area for bird watching, and for water sports, and was the replacement venue for our Sunday walk in January – the original venue being Mount Emu, near Carboor.


Lots of “7s” were involved on this enjoyable walk – there were 17 walkers on the 17th January, and a certain superb leader called Pat was one day short of 70 years!!

The group, which included one 10 year old, and our two members from Deniliquin, walked clockwise around the ancient lake, and enjoyed morning tea at the boathouse.

Our break included the consumption of gorgeous cup cakes, with candles for the birthday gal, who must be the fittest 70 year old in the North East, and maybe in Australia? moodemere-02

We then followed the track alongside the Murray for a section, with many holiday campers being observed, clearly enjoying river activities.

The members then arrived back at the winery, via another vineyard, and were then able to enjoy their very welcome Pat styled cuppa, and an art show which included an item by our hard working committee member Karen.

[Andy Kimber]

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