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|18 Jun, Tue 9:30AM||Bungonia Green Track|
|Grade:3/6||Length||6km||420m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Bungonia National Park Green Track is a circuit walk taking in the lookouts over Bungonia Gorge. There are opportunities to extend the walk and to spend time at the various lookouts. Rough track and some steep sections.
Location: Bungonia NP Limit: 20. View
|18 Jun, Tue 10:00AM||Rouse Hill Rail & T Way|
|(Jean’s Group) Margaret B.|
|Travel from Chatswood to Rouse Hill by train. Morning tea at Rouse Hill. Return by bus (T Way) to Parramatta for lunch. This is a chance to explore the new Metro Train Line. View|
|18 Jun, Tue 10:00AM||Royal NP|
|Coastal walk to Marley Beach & return to Bundeena Wharf. Steep sections, tracks (some uneven & rocky, possible slippery surfaces) steps on ascent & descent, fire trails. Moderate pace. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. View|
|19 Jun, Wed 10:05AM||Blackheath|
|Blackheath - Evans Lookout - Govett Leap - Popes Glen - Blackheath. Good bush tracks, steps up and down, great views. View|
|19 Jun, Wed 9:00AM||Burrill Beaches|
|Meet at 9am at Lions Park, Burrill Lake for a relaxed walk around local beaches and lakeshore. Coffee afterwards. View|
|19 Jun, Wed 9:30AM||Cremorne to Mosman|
|WOW (Worn Out Walkers) level ramble from Cremorne to Mosman. Options to extend. View|
|19 Jun, Wed 6:00PM||Environmental Book Club|
|The NPA environmental book club is a place for members to discuss and gain a deeper understanding of the natural environment. Each six weeks our friendly gathering considers a book with an environmental theme and shares ideas. If this appeals to you then we would be very pleased to have you join in. At this meeting we will be discussing White Beech: The Rainforest Years, Germaine Greer. View|
|19 Jun, Wed 9:00AM||Wallumatta Nature Reserve|
|Grade:1/6||Length||1km||5m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|This is a tiny but very special nature reserve in the heart of Sydney's Ryde area. We are not really walking so much as exploring the towering turpentine and ironbark forest that attract botanists. Bring botanical guide books and study a little known patch of special bushland.
Location: Sydney CBD Limit: 12. View
|20 Jun, Thu 9:19AM||Engadine to Heathcote|
|(Jean’s Group) Carol G.|
|Fire trails and bush tracks over the day with coffee at Heathcote before taking train back to the city. View|
|21 Jun, Fri||Capertee Creek Gorge to Little Capertee Creek|
|Walk via Newnes Balcony. Set up a car shuffle. Walk into Capertee Creek Gorge until GR 386 243 then climb out to the north east via the western part of Newnes Balcony. Continue north east and descend into Little Capertee Creek. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S View
|21 Jun, Fri 9:12AM||Edward Street Track|
|Walk paths and streets for 3km to Edward St. Explore trail and track to gain possible views to north over Wentworth Creek. Maybe do a circuit of the Lake on the way back. Some off-track. Some rock scrambling possible.
Location: Wentworth Falls
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 15. View
|21-23 Jun, Fri (06:02AM)-Sun (15:00PM)||Ski/ Learn to ski|
|Grade:3/6||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Lead by Anne-Maree Mitford who is a keen skier. Interest is sought for skiing at Thredbo. We'll be staying at a private ski lodge. The cost is $136 per person per night, based on twin share. The price includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. There are various programs run by Thredbo for beginners – the start being a one day lift and lesson ticket for $99. Then packages for lift and lessons. Details on www.thredbo.com.au
Alternatively, you could just enjoy the winter – there should be some snow. You need to express interest and forward payment ASAP. We need to book quickly to secure weekend booking. Snow.
Location: Thredbo View
|22 Jun, Sat 9:30AM||Circular Quay to Central Railway|
|(Jean’s Group) Sandra C.|
|Walk via Walsh Bay - Barangaroo - Darling Harbour. Slight rise as we walk through The Rocks then down to Walsh Bay. Flat walk following the foreshore to Darling Harbour. Then we follow The Goods Line to Central Railway. Many drop out points (Ferry and Light Rail), water available, coffee options. View|
|22 Jun, Sat||Egyptian Rock|
|Peninsula between Lambs Creek and Kangaroo Creek – Egyptian Rock Lookout - Kangaroo Creek Valley – return to cars. A beautiful walk on a peninsula and through a valley with ferns, forest and surrounded by pagodas. Tracks, off-track with mild scrub, minor scrambling.
Location: Newnes SF
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N Limit: 12. View
|22 Jun, Sat 8:00AM||Traverse of the Gods, Mt Banks|
|The grandly named Traverse of the Gods is a walk along the upper terrace of Banks Wall following the claystone level past various slots, overhangs, patches of rainforest, one of which, the Devils Throat, is the most interesting and various ledges. Expect good views along the way, lots of rock scrambling, some scrub bashing in parts and the feeling that not many people have come this way before! Rock scrambling and scrub bashing.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N Limit: 12. View
|22 Jun, Sat 11:15AM||Walks From Newnes|
|General Community Event|
|Bushexplorers Michael Keats, Brian Fox and Yuri Bolotin invite you to this special event. They especially welcome those who have not experienced Newnes and all it has to offer. 11:15am for 11:30 - Guests arrive 11:30 - 12pm - Walks from Newnes talk by Bushexplorers; Q+A 12pm - 12:45 - Book signing and lunch (see below) 12:45 – 13pm – Split into 3 groups to do 3 different short walks. Walks briefing 13pm - 15pm – Each of the Bushexplorers leads a walk from Newnes. 15pm - Close Lunch – Thomas Ebersoll, the proprietor of Newnes Holiday Cabins, will make some complimentary wood fired pizzas, but also please bring BYO food and snacks. Coffee and tea will be available (by donation to Newnes Holiday Cabins). The numbers are strictly limited, so you must book by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org View|
|23 Jun, Sun 9:00AM||Pigeon House Leisurely|
|This walk celebrates the installation of new easy-to-negotiate ladders (more like just steep steps now) making the magnificent views from the top of Pigeon House more accessible. The pace will be measured and Sue will provide all the encouragement you need to get to the top for lunch.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Milton 89272N View
|23 Jun, Sun||Royal NP – West to East|
|West to east traverse of the Royal starting at Loftus and finishing at Bundeena Ferry Terminal for the return trip by ferry and train.
Location: Royal NP
Map: NPWS Royal NP Limit: 15. View
|24 Jun, Mon 9:03AM||Dantes Glen|
|(Mal’s Group) Allan P.|
|(NEW!!!) A circuit walk of North Lawson tracks entering and leaving from Hughes St. Creek crossings. Rough track in places. Some sections may be muddy.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 20. View
|24 Jun, Mon 10:30AM||The Duck Hole|
|General Community Event|
|Michael, Brian, Yuri and John would like to invite you to the launch of the new book, The Duck Hole, by Michael Keats and John Fox.The Duck Hole is a section of the Glenbrook Creek that has long been a popular bushwalking and swimming destination. Those who were observant would have noticed some infrastructure on the track down and at the water's edge and may have been curious about what its origins were. The book includes many historic photographs and reads like a detective story. The authors set out to learn more about the historic infrastructure, and a systematic investigation was made. In the process, they refuted local folklore and discovered the real story behind a fascinating period of rail history in the Blue Mountains. View|
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