Chewton mines and bushlands

The August FOBIF walk attracted 17 walkers despite the extremely cold early morning temperatures. Fortunately it soon turned out to be a sunny winter’s day which was perfect for a leisurely bushwalk along the Poverty Gully Reservoir Track and water race. Many thanks to Richard Piesse for leading this interesting walk which was took in mining history and a range of late winter and early spring flowering plants. A highlight of the day was the wonderful display of flowering Golden Wattle Acacia pycnantha

Golden Wattle. Photo by Liz Martin

Fungi expert, Joy Clusker, sent us the following fungi photos taken on the walk.

Left, Orange Jelly Fungi (Tremella mesenterica) and Peziza vesiculosa

And Liz Martin sent us these photos.

Liz Martin

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1 Response to Chewton mines and bushlands

  1. Juliana Hurley says:

    Sounds just a lovely walk that Richard led.
    Sorry we were away and unable to join the grou.
    Jules and Rex.

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