Naturalists Club To Hold Meelup Walk

The Busselton Naturalists Club is going to hold their Meelup Moonrise Walk on Monday from Dunsborough to Meelup Beach. The leisurely 5km walk will start just north of Dunsborough boat ramp and run along the coastal track past the Castle Rock Bay toward Meelup.
 
The news article “Naturalists to hold annual Meelup walk” has full details on this event. It says the following: “The bus bringing walkers from Busselton is already full, but people can make their own way to the Dunsborough boat ramp and, at 5.30 pm, walk to Meelup, from where the bus will make return journeys to Dunsborough. This Meelup to Dunsborough service costs $2.” http://www.busseltonmail.com.au/story/1253407/naturalists-to-hold-annual-meelup-walk/?cs=1813
 
Walkers are advised to bring along their blankets, chairs and picnic meals to wait for the full moon to rise over the magnificent Geographe Bay.
 
The bus will not charge any additional fee for transporting non-walkers and picnic gear from Dunsborough to Meelup.
 
A popular annual excursion, Meelup Moonrise Walk is held by the Busselton Naturalists Club on an autumn or summer night when the full moon can be seen rising over Geographe Bay soon after night falls. In order to make sure you don’t miss out, book your seat on the bus as early as possible.
 
For more information on the Meelup Moonrise Walk, please call the Busselton Naturalists Club at 97272474
 
About the Busselton Naturalists Club:
 
Founded in the year 1964, the Busselton Naturalists Club is regarded as one of the most active and largest conservation groups found in rural Western Australia. It holds monthly excursions and meetings, which include one or two camping trips into the pastoral or wheatbelt country lasting up to two weeks. All of the club’s activities are open to the general public, often free of cost.
 
The Busselton Naturalists Club aims to spur interest in, and protection of the natural environment in this part of Western Australia. In order to achieve this goal, the club regularly invites speakers to deliver talks on various different topics, a few of them tropical but all related to improving the people’s understanding and knowledge of the environment they are part of.
 
The Busselton Naturalists Club designs its excursions with the aim of achieving a similar increase in understanding of the environment, generally by holding walks around national parks or going to areas which have environmental or conservation values.

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