Gilligan’s accommodation in Cairns – prize was won by Sarah Frost.
The Rotary Club of Kincumber held a very successful inaugural walk along the beautiful Kincumber Broadwater through four of the historic and famous shipbuilding centres of Kincumber, Yattalunga, Saratoga and Davistown.
The walk was very well attended when it started at 7am on Sunday morning the 6th April. It created a healthy community activity, encouraging the appreciation of another beautiful corner of the Central Coast.
There were people of all ages participating, at their own pace and ability, in a combined activity. With proximity to green open space and wide expanse water to view, it was proven to be a positive attraction, not only for the local residents, but people from many areas of the Central Coast and as far away as Sydney.
The participants had the opportunity to enjoy a mouth watering B.B.Q. supplied by the Sea Scout Group of Bensville/Kincumber. The beautiful smell of onions on the B.B.Q. attracted many walkers to purchase a snack. The Brisbania P&C had a generous supply of tasty morning tea treats, which were enjoyed with a coffee. The food area created a carnival atmosphere where participants paused to enjoy what was on offer.
The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Bob Ward, thanked the members of the Rotary Club of Kincumber for the very well organised and professional way in which the walk was conducted. The Rotary District Governor Graeme Davis also praised the Rotary Club of Kincumber for their vision to engage the community in a walk along the beautiful Kincumber Waterfront. The concept of having the walk along the area where the early colonial shipbuilding occurred, is of great educational and historical value and of course, a healthy fun activity for the participants. Everyone looks forward to next year’s Four Villages’ Walk.