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|3 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Brown Mountain|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||420m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Cambewarra Range Nature Reserve is on the top of Mt Cambewarra. A rough fire trail leads out to a trig point overlooking Kangaroo Valley. On the return, a side track leads out to Brown Mountain with lookout over the coast. Aboriginal rubbings are seen on both tracks. Rough track, unfenced cliff edges. Slippery after rain.
Location: Cambewarra Range NR
Map: Berry 90283N Limit: 20. View
|6-16 Sep, Fri (07:00AM)-Mon (16:00PM)||Fraser Island Great Walk|
|(Fully Booked) Steal some time off in September 2019. We walk the length of the Great Walk on the Fraser Island at a leisurely pace taking 8 days. We will have two food drops on the way and so the packs will not be too heavy. A lovely walk with a variety of vegetation and scenery, beautiful lakes, and spectacular sand dunes. The tall trees in the Valley of the Giants are a must to see! Spaces strictly limited because of transport requirements along the beaches of Fraser Island. Limit: 13. View|
|14 Sep, Sat 7:30AM||Little Wobby Beach – Great North Walk – Patonga|
|This is one of my favourite walks for views and blooms in the beautiful Brisbane Waters National Park. From Little Wobby Beach we walk via a system of tracks and fire trails down to the scenic Patonga. If lucky we may see some early flowering waratahs, sea eagles flying past and definitely a wealth of wildflowers.
Location: Brisbane Water NP
Map: Broken Bay 91301N Limit: 15. View
|17 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Griffiths Walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|A circuit walk through varied vegetation including forest and open heathland. A short detour to a lookout gives views along the coast. There are many birds and a lovely lunch spot by the creek. Rough track, slippery rocks and creek crossing.
Location: Barren Grounds NR
Map: Robertson 90284N Limit: 20. View
|22 Sep, Sun 9:45AM||Wondabyne to Woy Woy|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||650m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(DRAFT - do not publish yet) This walk starts at a small isolated train station, and takes in some great scenery on the way to Woy Woy station. The walk gets most of the climbing out of the way quickly. Once up on the main ridge there are great views along the Hawkesbury River and Mooney Mooney Creek. Highlights of the walk include Kariong Brook Falls and Mt Wondabyne, the highest point in the area. We will catch a taxi from Woy Woy landfill to Woy Woy Station to avoid 4 km of boring road walk.
Location: Brisbane Water NP Limit: 10. View
|24 Sep, Tue 8:02AM||Spit to Manly|
|Grade:3/6||250m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Sue Ann M.|
|Scenic walk through bush and coast with lovely views of Middle Harbour and Sydney Harbour. Quite a few steep steps and descent to Manly. Hurried pace in order to catch 4pm train home. A lovely walk in the middle of suburbia. Even walk, few rocks and up and down bush track.
Location: Sydney Harbour Limit: 12. View
|28-30 Sep, Sat (08:00AM)-Mon (16:00PM)||Colo Meroo|
|A 3-day full pack walk from Mountain Lagoon to camp at Colo Meroo on the Colo River. Lovely scenery and a great campsite in the valley near the river. We spend a full day and two nights at the campsite to enjoy the area.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Mountain Lagoon 90313S Limit: 15. View
|1 Oct, Tue 9:30AM||Old Argyle Road circuit|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||625m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|This is a circuit walk along Old Argyle Road into Penrose State Forest. Circle back through the forest crossing the upper reaches of Paddys River to return to Old Argyle Road. Rough track, creek crossings, need sandals or alternative footwear.
Map: Bundanoon 89281S Limit: 20. View
|4-7 Oct, Fri (09:00AM)-Mon (11:00AM)||Namadgi National Park|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Namadgi National Park with its wonderful array of habitats is a great place to explore! Fantastic boulder ridges, alpine frost hollows and bountiful swamps are just a few worth seeing on its expansive system of tracks. This is a car based camp, costing $10 a person per night at the comfortable Honeysuckle Creek Campsite, only a short drive from the nations capitol. I expect to also visit Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve during our stay as lots of wildlife worth spotting within its confines. Optional rock scrambling.
Map: Corin Dam 86261N and Rendezvous Creek 86261S Limit: 25. View
|12-13 Oct, Sat (09:21AM)-Sun (14:00PM)||Introductory pack walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||22km||400m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|This would be very good as the first walk for those wishing to try out pack walking. From Hornsby station a few streets and link up with Great North walk. Head to Crosslands reserve (approx. 14km, mostly downhill and relatively easy with one tricky creek crossing). Camping at Crosslands : beautiful spot with water and toilets. Walk out next day to Berowra station (5.5km). Joint walk with Bushclub. Slippery sections
Location: Berowra Valley NP
Map: Hawkesbury Limit: 15. View
|12-13 Oct, Sat (09:00AM)-Sun (16:00PM)||Part of Six Foot Track|
|An easier pack walk in the Megalong Valley along a section of the Six Foot Track. Lovely scenery and a great campsite next to the Cox River. Good introduction to full pack walking.
Location: Blue Mountains NP Limit: 15. View
|15 Oct, Tue 9:30AM||Barren Grounds Flying Fox & Cooks Nose|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Flying Fox accessed by a fire trail has the remains of the flying fox used to bring timber up from the valley. The walk then returns to the Cooks Nose Lookout, a wonderful lunch spot. On the edge of the escarpment there are spectacular views. Rough track often wet, muddy and slippery, unfenced lookout.
Location: Barren Grounds NR
Map: Robertson 90284N Limit: 20. View
|23 Oct, Wed 9:50AM||Jacaranda Walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||15km||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(DRAFT - do not publish yet) Nothing says summer in Sydney like a street of Jacaranda trees in full bloom. As if Sydney wasn’t already the prettiest city in Australia, we find ourselves living in nothing short of a magical, lavender coloured wonderland. Let's start with the Royal Botanical Garden, cross the Harbour Bridge, and explore the streets of suburbs like Lavender Bay and Wollstonecraft. Jointly led by Kevin Cliffe and Esther. No need to contact leader, but email RSVP is appreciated. View|
|25-28 Oct, Fri (08:00AM)-Mon (16:00PM)||Bushwalkers Resort Full Pack Walk|
|Full pack walk to the famed “bushwalkers resort” in the rugged upper Kowmung River, then two wonderful days to chill out at the best bush campsite in the Blue Mountains with nice side trips. The final day is a full pack walk back up the hill to the cars (sigh!). A walk that is short in distance but rugged in nature.
Location: Blue Mountains NP Limit: 10. View
|29 Oct, Tue 9:30AM||Balmain to Circular Quay|
|The first/last leg of the Harbour Circle Walk with short detours in Balmain, Pyrmont, and The Rocks/Barangaroo as time permits. Fully paved with plenty of steps, coffee stops, public amenities and a touch of Sydney’s history. Return from Circular Quay Station to catch 4:01pm train from Central. Paved paths, steps, coffee shops.
Location: Sydney Harbour NP
Map: Parramatta River 91303N Limit: 20. View
|2 Nov, Sat 9:00AM||Evans Crown Nature Reserve|
|Evans Crown Nature Reserve has some of the most impressive boulder formations you're ever likely to see and on this trip I plan to explore as many of these outcrops as possible with forays north and south of Crown Rock. At this time of year the wattle and various other native plants should also be in full bloom which makes for a colourful walk! Rock scrambling.
Map: Tarana 88301N Limit: 15. View
|5 Nov, Tue 9:30AM||Mt Jellore|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||400m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Mt Jellore is an outstanding landmark in the Southern Highlands. The walk follows a fire trail through private property to Mt Jellore. The final 150 metres are very steep and give access to a trig point. A little further on there are spectacular views. Return by the same route. Very steep and rough track, unfenced lookout.
Map: Hilltop 8929-2N Limit: 15. View
|16 Nov, Sat 8:00AM||Caves Beach to Red Ochre Beach|
|If you like coastal cruising with the odd swim and snorkel included then this is the walk for you as we saunter along the littoral zone from the scenic Caves Beach, heading south and passing another dozen or so beaches along the way to finish up near Red Ochre sands. Expect rock shelves, colourful heathlands and enough time out to enjoy this magnificent coastline. Rock scrambling in a couple of places.
Location: Munmorah SCA
Map: Swansea 92314N and Catherine Hill Bay 92314S Limit: 15. View
|3 Dec, Tue 9:30AM||Dharawal Pools|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||220m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|This park protects the largest surviving koala population is greater Sydney. Stokes and O’Hares Creeks enclose a succession of idyllic waterholes, three of which are accessed on this delightful walk. Keep looking up for those koalas! It's December and beautiful waterholes so bring your cossies 🙂 Well formed tracks/fire trails. One steep section of track. Some clambering down sandstone near swimming holes.
Location: Dharawal NP
Map: Appin 90291S Limit: 20. View
|8-14 Dec, Sun (17:00PM)-Sat (12:00PM)||Koscie 2019|
|(Fully Booked) More magic with my 8th annual Koscie walk. This year we start from Round Mountain, and camp near Derschkos, Grey Mare, Pretty Plain and Wheelers Huts with an optional climb of Dargal Mountain. The usual great scenery and the usual lovely Koscie bushland and flowers.
Location: Kosciuszko NP Limit: 15. View
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