Tim wrote: “Lockdown for us has been great. Reading the lockdown mail and getting out there seeing and doing things not done before around here … in particular thanks to Simone for her flower visit, pics and prompt. Embarrassing enough… first visits to see the Heathlands Walk in Ulladulla and the flannel flowers are out.
Ian wrote: “Hope you are all well and enjoying restricted activity?? Leonie and I went for a walk in the area adjacent to the Aquatic centre and came across many beautiful Waratahs. Short walk but well worth it.”
The amazing influence of beautiful Simone.
After Simone’s recommendation last week on the two lovely local bush walks, so many swimmers responded. Besides Tim and Sue, Ian and Leonie above, this past weekend saw Kate, Andrew, Ed, Katie and Sam do the walk. Last week Chris, Sue and Wendy enjoyed the walk, among a number of other swimmers and partners.
Marlene wrote: “I went with a friend yesterday to South Pacific Heathland reserve, walk, just wonderful, so so many colours and variety of wild flowers, we both want to go again. The flannel flowers are so special they are everywhere. Thanks to Simone I agree wholeheartedly a must walk outing for all of us, thank you so much. Kind regards to all, Marlene.”
John wrote: “Big thanks to Simone. We did the two bush walks today, then picked up some takeaway lunch at Tree House. What a great way to spend a sunny spring day. Regards, John and Jacqui”
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Heather lives near the South Pacific Heathland Reserve, on the headland between Rennies Beach and Racecourse Beach at the southern end of Ulladulla. After reading her friend Simone’s suggestion, she responded: “Wonderful post, Simi is a treasure. Both walks are fabulous and the Heathland is mine & Bridgette’s home space, its our lockdown walk together with Milly”.
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Ken B., Mollymook Beach Waterfront: Editor for Mollymook News, Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla and Mollymook Ocean Swimmers