EARLY MIDWEEK WALK 2024
Pelican Park Leaders Joan and Bill Zealey
EARLY WALK 5PM WEDNESDAY 7TH FEBRUARY 2024 –
Pelican Park and Picnic Island
Meet at Pelican View Reserve, Warilla, 114 Reddall Parade at 5pm. Bring your binoculars a chair and camera. your own sandwiches and drinks and a chair etc. We'll walk to Picnic Island, or under the road bridge to view the sandbanks there, depending on the tide.
In the event of inclement weather
Phone: Bill Zealey on 0414 747 644.
MONTHLY OUTING 2024
Killalea Regional Park.
Leader Ross Gowans
Sat. 17th February at 9.00am.
The meeting place will be in the car park at the southern end of the road from here we will explore the spit area of the Minnamurra river.
Enter the park and follow the road to the southern end and park there, we should be easy to find.
In case of inclement weather or further questions. Ph. 0490136231
NEXT CAMP 2024
The spring camp is from 7th to 14th April
at Holiday Haven Huskisson Beach in Jervis Bay.
If you are interested in booking, contact the park directly
Phone: 02 4406 2040,
Email: email@example.com) and mention you are with IBOC.
Jervis Bay is noted for its amazing marine bioluminescence and plant luminescence at the nearby Seven Mile Beach National Park.
To help us get the most from the camp, we have invited David Finlay, an expert in bioluminescence and a great photographer, to address our February meeting. It is a fascinating subject and will be enlightening and enjoyable even for those not planning to attend the camp.
Our September camp
will be led by Lyndall Dawson and be held from 7th – 14th September,
near Coonabarabran and the Warrumbungle National Park. This is an area rich in birdlife, and also renowned for astronomy, geology and megafauna fossils. Details of this camp will be available in our May Newsletter.