Jibbon Head

After a somewhat bumpy ride on the ferry to Bundeena on 10th October, eleven walkers set off around Jibbon Head. The day was fine with a stiff wind near the coast. We saw some spring flowers and heard many New Holland honeyeaters. After a morning tea stop, we continued along the cliff track with views over Port Hacking to see the Aboriginal rock carvings. There were about ten engravings of marine and land animals, some quite large. After a leisurely lunch, we walked along Jibbon B each and through the streets of Bundeena to the ferry. [Report by walk leader: Janet Austin.]

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