The March outing is on Thursday the 25th and it is going to be a visit to the north of the area at Red Rock and Corindi.
If you require a lift please contact either President Margaret or Treasurer Maria (contact numbers can be found at the bottom of each page on our website coffsgardenclub.com.au).
Details of the outing are:
BYO morning tea at Red Rock Reserve
Why is it called Red Rock?
The rocks that make up the headland at Red Rock are named the Redbank River beds. The Red Rock itself is a twenty metre high headland composed of 300 million year old jasper, a form of red quartz.
First Garden 10:30am:
42A Schafer Street, Red Rock – park in the street and walk down the lane.
Second Garden 11:30am:
7 Royal Close, Corindi
The Amble Inn, Corindi