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|10 Mar, Sun 8:30AM||Shoalhaven – Broughton Creek|
|Paddle from Berry to the junction of Broughton Creek and the Shoalhaven River. Mostly pastoral and meadow areas, views of the Shoalhaven countryside. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 16. View|
|11-15 Mar, Mon (11:20AM)-Fri (12:00PM)||Byron Bay Getaway|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||750m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Fancy a few days getaway to Byron Bay way? Book your own accommodation and make your own way there. We'll be doing a beach day, a day walk to Mount Warning: the Summit Walk, and a day walk in Nightcap NP: Platypus walk Djanbung Gurahr, Minyon Falls and Protestor Falls. Relaxed pace. Leader will stay at Murwillumbah on 11 and 12 March to do the walks. After the walks, stay at Byron Bay on 13 and 14 March to do the beach activities. Depart on 15 March. Slippery sections, surf.
Map: Byron Bay 96404S Limit: 6. View
|17-26 Mar, Sun-Tue||Mid South Coast Day Paddles|
|Lake Conjola, Narrawelle Inlet, Burrill Lake, Meroo Lake, Lake Tabouri, Termeil Creek, optional 1 day bike ride. Base camp at Lake Tabourie Caravan Park and travelling out each day. Many of the paddles are only short days leaving a lot of time to explore on your own, take your push bike, swim, fish etc. This is an active holiday. Paddlers will need a kayak trolley for 2 of the paddles. Sit in kayaks with rudders only. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 12. View|
|20 Mar, Wed 7:30AM||South Coast Islands Paddle 1: Shoalhaven River|
|(Alternative Thursday 21st if weather is unsuitable). Grade: medium. Launch at Shoalhaven Heads boat ramp and paddle upstream with the tide to Nowra, passing Kurrajong, Regatta, Nunbaa and Pig Islands. PFDs compulsory, spray skirts advised.
Map: Berry 90283N View
|14 Apr, Sun 9:00AM||Narrabeen Lagoon Secrets Revealed|
|(NEW!!!) For the first time, we are going to circumnavigate Narrabeen Lagoon by kayak - from the Western Basin to the outlet by the Ocean Street Bridge and back again. There is so much to experience (bring your lunch - we'll find a lovely place to take a break). Swim the lagoon from a clean sandy beach or take a plunge in the ocean or nearby rock pool, visit an island in the middle of the lagoon we've never been to before, explore Deep Creek in all its glory, hear about the Royal Family's connection with Middle Creek, be close enough to photograph the over 100 Black Swans that have made the lagoon their home. Plus, find out why Narrabeen Lagoon was a centre of Aboriginal settlement, be amazed at the lagoon's pre-World War 2 German connection and tell us whether you like the idea of an “aquatic walkway” jutting out into the waterway. Start at 9am, finish round 3pm. Hire a quality kayak for just $98pp. No previous kayaking experience necessary, tuition given. Only 8 places remain. Grade easy. Led by former Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment President and long-time NPA member, Tony Carr. To register phone 0417 502 056 or email email@example.com. View|
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