Walking Track signs displaying local walks connected to Spencer Park, the Boardwalk, Long Point, Short Point, Merimbula-Pambula Beach, Panboola Wetlands & Pambula River Mouth have now been installed in Merimbula and Pambula Beach by our Rotarians, Bruce and Tony S.    Please click on the link https://clubrunner.blob.core.windows.net/00000015411/en-ca/files/homepage/walking-tracks/Merimbula-Rotary-Shared-Walkways-Rev.png to print your own copy of the Paths Tracks & Bushwalks map.  Alternatively, you can collect a copy of the map at the Merimbula Visitor's Information Centre, or take a photo of the map or scan the QR code using your smart phone. 
The weather is glorious for walking, so unpack those comfortable walking boots and get out and about exploring the 8 walking tracks at your leisure and enjoy the beautiful fresh air.  If you wish to take your four-legged companion with you, best check Council's website https://begavalley.nsw.gov.au/cp_themes/default/page.asp?p=DOC-AGV-28-13-84 before you go as some restrictions apply as to where/when you can walk your dog on or off the leash.  Please note, walk number 7, Panboola Wetlands there is restricted access for dogs on a leash.  Please check Panboola's website for details https://e504f45d-2415-4748-9cfe-d363869b74b2.filesusr.com/ugd/12c82c_a9afbb26fc9647aeb140678db0b80580.pdf .  
Bruce & Ron, Members of Rotary Club of Merimbula presented a map & flyers for Rotary Paths, Tracks & Bushwalks to Chris Nicholls from the Visitors Information Centre in Merimbula.