Tilba take 2
Tilba take 2
This trip is now full. You can still nominate and go on the waiting list in case someone drops out.
Staying on a private property located on the Tilba Lake inlet this weekend is all about relaxation. We will depart from Braidwood at 9am Saturday for a leisurely drive through Duea River National Park, stopping along the way for morning tea and then have lunch at the Bodalla pie shop. We should arrive at our campsite in time for happy hour (2pm). Time to set up camp, read a book , go for a swim or socialise around the camp fire. Sunday is up to you, the more energetic types will go shopping in Tilba or head into Narooma for fish and chips, the rest of us will continue to fish, read, swim, or just relax and enjoy the tranquil setting.
Up with the sparrows on Monday for an early start (11am) will see us returning to Canberra, there are two options we are looking at:
1. via Nerrigundah and the Belowra Valley. Mostly over good gravel roads, a few twisty sections and a steep climb out of the valley but nothing too challenging. (won’t need low range). We should arrive at Numeralla in time for a late lunch From here make your own way back home.
2. Wandella road at Cobargo https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/things-to-do/4wd-touring-routes/wadbilliga-road-drive/map then Yowrie Road, Bourkes Road, Wadbilliga Road and Tuross Road.
Wandella Road has a couple of creek crossings but is otherwise straight forward and brings us back to the highway near Numeralla.
Final route will depend on weather conditions at the time.
If we leave Tilba at 11am we will not be at Numerella until at least 2pm so depending on how hungry everyone is we may stop at Nerrigundah for a BYO lunch.
The fine print:
• Due to space limitations maximum of 10 vehicles
• Camper trailers welcome
• Camping costs $10 per person per night
• Kids welcome
• Limited firewood available on site, please bring some with you to share
• Shower and flushing toilets available (200 metre walk)
• Gas BBQ available