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16 Apr, Fri 10:15AM Neighbourhood Walk No 13: Cockatoo Island
Grade:2/6 Length 4km  100m Sydney Branch
(SWAG) Bob R.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longFirst time friendly | A trip that is perfect for most new members (assuming you have a reasonable level of fitness)Photography | A trip that has a strong focus on encouraging people to capture photographs.Public Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.Social | A trip where people will be encouraged to interact and chat with each other.Cafe | A trip that involves a relaxed stop at a cafe.(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Known in the Dharug language as Wareamah, meaning ‘Women’s land’, Cockatoo Island is a former convict penal establishment and naval shipyard, located in the heart of Sydney Harbour... Cockatoo Island is a source of intrigue and inspiration for visitors owing to its heritage buildings, distinctive terrain and panoramic views. Popular attractions include heritage and campground accommodationwaterfront cafés and picnic spots. We meet at Cockatoo Island wharf at 10:15 am. There are some steep stairs. A rough estimate of length is 4km, including a walk to a pub or cafe in Balmain for lunch after catching a ferry from Cockatoo Island to Balmain after touring the island. Please advise if you will be having lunch with us on RSVP so that we can make a booking. Steep and slippery sections
Location: Cocakatoo Island
Map: Sydney Harbour Limit: 16. View

13 Aug, Fri 9:30AM Flat Rock Beach
Grade:3/6 Length 10km  300m Sydney Branch
(SWAG) Bob R.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.It’s quite a shaded track with some rainforest-like sections. There’s some impressive sandstone cliffs and overhangs, some weathered by thousands of years of wind and water erosion. Clambering to the top of these cliffs provides some great views over Middle Harbour. Involves Steps, clambering and boulders. Social distancing, Hand sanitizer, masks
Map: Middle Harbour Limit: 12. View

4-11 Oct, Mon (14:00PM)-Mon (10:00AM) Warrumbungles and Mt Kaputar
Grade:4/6 Sydney Branch
Bob R.
Camp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longAccommodation | An activity that involves an overnight stay, using hard-roofed accommodation such as a cabin, hut or hotel.(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) We will walk classics like the Breadknife & Grand High Tops and Mt Exmouth, as well as some shorter walks. Expect abundant wildflowers. Walks up to 17k, with up to 750m elevation gain, steep sections, and stairs. Leader will book group camping site for the Warrumbungles 4-8 October. Non-campers will need to book own accommodation. All can book own accommodation for Mt Kaputar 8-11 October. Cabins and campsites are available at Dawson Spring. Limit: 12. View

26 Nov, Fri 10:00AM Colour walks: Leichhardt to Broadway
Grade:2/6 Length 11km  150m Sydney Branch
(SWAG) Bob R.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.Leichardt, Whites Creek, Federal Park, Hogben Park, community garden, Sydney University, the new Chau Chak Wing Museum, Victoria Park, award-winning Frank Ghery building, historic goods line to Powerhouse Museum. The walk ends at Broadway where you can opt to go home at Central railway, or go to Haymarket to have lunch, or perhaps visit the new Darling Square Library.
Map: Sydney Limit: 12. View

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