THE 2015 WALK FROM KARUAH TO TAHLEE

Yes, it’s on again. We’re planning on Sunday 19th April 2015. As usual, we’ll start gathering about 11.30am at Longworth Park beside the Cole Brothers Oyster operation. We’ll get into groups of about 15 people and set off with our guides.

This year, we’re presenting a new, expanded Walk Booklet, the usual light lunch in the park on the northern side of the river, water re-fills along the way, the ferry ride in an oyster barge across Yalimbah Creek, a tour of Tahlee House and a devonshire tea as well as a return bus trip back to Karuah.

Cost for 2015 will be $30 per head. The new booklet is available for $5 extra.

More details following shortly.

Book by simply emailing alcedo3@bigpond.com . Give your name, number of walkers anbd your email and phone details and you’ll be booked in. We’ll confirm by reply email.

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This is the blog for The Old AACompany Road from Karuah to Tahlee. It contains information about walks on the road, history and other information.
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2 Responses to THE 2015 WALK FROM KARUAH TO TAHLEE

  1. Russell Briggs says:

    With my family I lived at Tahlee in the waterfront cottage from 1951 till 1962. As a 9 year old I walked from Tahlee to Karuah each day to the Karuah Primary School (2 teacher at the time). Later I rode my bike and had to carry it through the tidal area closer to Karuah near the old bridge over the creek to avoid rust from the salt water. The Karuah river was crossed by a punt in those days.

    • aacoroad says:

      Hi Russell,

      Thanks for the comment. You may be able to tell me exactly when the bridge across Yalimbah or No.1 Creek was destroyed. Legend has it that it was destroyed in around 1957.

      What do you think?

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