Whorouly Ramble : October 7

A fine Spring day was enjoyed by 14 walkers, with Erin’s Walk of Surprises at Whorouly South; a pleasing venue in rural surrounds with creeks, billabongs, and bush areas, set amongst dairy farms and vineyards.

The walk was about 13km on mostly gravel roads, with gentle hills, and great views to Mt Buffalo, Mt Stanley and the Murmungee Basin.

Our morning tea by the vineyard included a surprise guest speaker, Rolly Matheson, who detailed the history of the area we were walking in. Later on, lunch was enjoyed under shady trees by the roadside.

Further along the track, some garden enthusiasts enjoyed the labours of Rhonda van Heek, a local artist, who indulged our interest in her beautiful garden and artworks.

Following the walk, Pat’s afternoon tea was held under shady trees in Erin’s garden.

Thanks to Erin for organising such a delightful day.

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