Walk a step closer
Volunteers work on scenic path
THE river walk at Gayndah is one step closer to completion.
The local Rotary Club got its hands dirty on Saturday morning as members continued their efforts of building a scenic walk along the Burnett River.
The completed walk will be a significant development for Gayndah locals and an extra reason for tourists to visit.
The walking track starts at the caravan park on Barrow St and will follow the river’s edge to the swimming pool.
Rotarian and project co-ordinator Lex Webster said the club was “concentrating on the area behind Golden Orange (Hotel)” on Saturday.
He said the project had become a focus for the community.
“Matt Zillman donated his bobcat and his time and the SES boys have come to help out,” Mr Webster said.
Rotary will conduct anoth- er working bee in early December and Mr Webster said the public was welcome to go and lend a hand.
WALKWORKERS: Bobcat driver Matt Zillman, Peter Huth, LexWebster and Mark Ongheen spend Saturday morning working on the Gayndah river walk.