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We shall depart from Metung at 08:30am in the Parks Vic boat and any private boat that members may be able to offer safe passage in.
FOGL members will complete the work commenced in 2005 on Boole Poole by clearing the remaining track section of sawn branches and undergrowth and erecting signs at either end of the track.
We shall work till 11:30, break for lunch, continue until completion (approx. 2:00pm), hava a well-earnt bbq, Joe Stephens may give us an up to date briefing on the reintroduction of native animals project ‘Burragarra’.
Opening this section will allow a loop walk. The name of the track will be Lune Beeuke Track (Lune Beeuke meaning ‘good water’ in the Ganai/Kurnai language). Lune Beeuke Track will eventually run from Jubilee Head Track in the west to McMahon’s Boundary Track in the east (approximately 14 km.)