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|26-31 Dec, Wed (09:01AM)-Mon (16:00PM)||The Snowys in summer|
|An interesting walk that takes in many huts and highlights of the Kosciuszko region. From our starting point at Mt Selwyn we travel via the following huts 4 Mile Dam, Broken Dam, Brooks, Mackeys, O'Keefes, Derschkos and Round Mountain. Camping near many of these as they offer shelter when the weather turns foul and good flat campsites. The highlight of the trip is climbing Mt Jagungal from Okeefes Hut, but the various frost hollow plains and what are usually spectacular floral displays are also worth coming along for! Contact leader for more details. Off-track walking in parts.
Location: Kosciuszko NP
Map: Jagungal 85251S, Old Adaminaby 86254N, Toolong Range 85251N, and Cabramurra 85262S Limit: 15. Best Walk: Mt Jagungal View
|19 Jan, Sat 8:00AM||Illawarra Escarpment Traverse|
|If you're after superlative views, wonderful sections of rainforest and colourful flowering heathlands then this walk from Stanwell Park Station to Austinmer Station via the Wodi Wodi, Bullock and Escarpment Tracks should be high on your priority. Add a magnificent historic viaduct and a top lunch spot at Sublime Point will make this a day walk to remember. The Wodi Wodi Track can be slippery in parts after rain.
Location: Stanwell Park
Map: Appin 90291S and Bulli 90292N Limit: 15. Best Walk: Illawarra Escarpment Traverse View
|25-28 Jan, Fri (08:00AM)-Mon (15:00PM)||Namadgi National Park, ACT|
|The Namadgi National Park has some wonderful granite formations, frost hollow plains, indigenous art galleries and great walking tracks and from the very comfortable Honeysuckle Creek Campground we will explore as much as possible during these 4 days. The campsite has a decent sized shelter, electric bbqs, water and tables.
Cost per person is $6 a night payable to leader($18) Some rock scrambling amongst the granite.
Location: Namadgi NP Limit: 16. View
|9-16 Feb, Sat (08:00AM)-Sat (16:00PM)||Walls of Jerusalem NP, TAS|
|(Fully Booked) The Walls of Jerusalem is probably my favourite walking area in Australia and on this trip we will travel via the Lake Rowallen entry point into this incredibly beautiful area and spend a couple of days exploring the various peaks, tarns, lakes and forests that this world heritage area has to offer. Then we will follow the lakes track past lakes Adelaide Meston and Junction to where we enter the Never Never region, taking this to Hartnett Falls. From here it's following the Overland Track past Bert Nichols Hut then diverging for a side trip to Pine Valley to explore the Labyrinth and climb the Acropolis and if time allows Mt Geryon. This is a walk you won't want to miss as we will discover a world of uncommon beauty, including masses of flowering herbs and shrubs, towering mountains worth climbing! Mostly on tracks with sections of open country off-track. Limit: 12. View|
|2 Mar, Sat 8:00AM||Galong Creek Canyon|
|(NEW!!!) The middle reaches of Galong Creek hold a wonderful canyon full of cascades and small waterfalls as well as numerous pools you'll want to swim in. This is a very open style canyon with lots of scrambling and people coming should be competent in this activity! Rock scrambling and steep walk down from Tin Pot Hill.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Jenolan 89303N Limit: 12. View
|23 Mar, Sat 8:30AM||Heathcote|
|(NEW!!!) Heathcote Station - Goburra Track - Pipeline Track - Bullawaring Track - Waterfall Station. Hopefully we will escape the crowds of the Royal National Park and enjoy the quieter tracks of Heathcote, pausing along the way for an optional swim at Lake Eckersley and Kingfisher Pool. A good walk to experience the last warm days of the summer period.
Location: Heathcote NP
Map: Royal NP Limit: 15. View
|6 Apr, Sat 8:00AM||Victoria Falls Lookout to Pierces Pass|
|(NEW!!!) A walk with many waterfalls, cascades and scenic views aplenty as we travel from the west to the east of the Grose Valley. If the water isn't too cold maybe even a swim can be endured! rock hopping across the grose river
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N Limit: 15. View
|19-22 Apr, Fri (08:30AM)-Mon (14:00PM)||Gardens of Stone wilderness basecamp|
|From Newnes we will walk to our superlative basecamp at Canobla Gap via Little Capertee Creek, the famous Red Rocks and Canobla Creek. Then follows 2 day walks climbing Mt Canobla and Point Anderson both of which offer fantastic views of the surrounding Gardens of Stone National Park. This basecamp has reliable water, acres of grassy river flats to camp on and no crowds and is one of my favourite campsites ever! A bit of rock scrambling here and there.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S Limit: 12. View
|4 May, Sat 7:30AM||Pantoneys Crown|
|(NEW!!!) This is my favourite walk in the Gardens of Stone National Park and once you reach the top of this imposing mesa you'll understand why! Access is via a friendly land owner and I plan to stay at a nearby hotel the night before so we can get an early start. Rock scrambling.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S Limit: 15. View
|8-22 Aug, Thu-Thu||Tanzania and Kenya National Park Tour|
|(Fully Booked) This remarkable journey is truly all encompassing, including the best safari and wildlife viewing in Kenya and Tanzania whilst returning at night to superb permanent tented camps and lodges. Including all the areas frequented by the migration on their annual route, you will have the best opportunity to witness one of the most spectacular wildlife sightings in the world. Some of the highlights include... Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks, Ngororongoro Crater, the world famous Serengeti National Park as well as the Masai Mara National Reserve and Amboseli National Park. With a wonderful variety of wildlife, village culture and adventure with some walking involved, this is a truly unforgettable experience. Contact the leader for full details. Limit: 12. View|
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