Twenty-six people enjoyed sunny spring weather on the September FOBIF walk. The walk followed bush tracks to the north and east of Expedition Pass Reservoir.
Marie Jones provided a fascinating commentary on the changing landscape based on her intimate knowledge of this area where she walks every morning.
Some of the highlights were seeing water flowing over the Cascades near the start of the walk, finding out about the history of Dunstan’s Flat and viewing two scar trees near Golden Point Road.
There were plenty of wildflowers and towards the end of the walk we found a Crimson Spider Orchid. Photographers were busy.