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Crossing the Creek

For 130 years there was a bridge here. It was burned down about 50 years ago. So this was the first time since then that such a party had crossed here! We could only do it with the help of … Continue reading

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The Yalimbah Creek Salt Marsh

The Old AACo Road crosses a fragile salt marsh which is sometimes partially covered by tidal water. The road here is made up of timber slabs, rock and corduroy – branches laid across the road. At high tide, it’s a bit … Continue reading

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Into the trees

From The Karuah Bridge to the start of the salt marsh at Yalimbah Creek is about one and a half kilometres of flat road under a forest canopy.

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Across the River

On Sunday 7th November, a little after noon, a very strong tide was running out. The tide had been very high and had peaked about one and a half hours previously. Now it was running out fiercely and frothing as … Continue reading

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Karuah – Get Ready!

On Sunday 7th November, around noon, walkers began to gather in Longworth Park, Karuah where a sausage sizzle was in action and preparations were underway for the First in Fifty Years Walk

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