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|26-28 Jan, Fri (08:37AM)-Sun (15:00PM)||The marvellous Morong Deep|
|I regard the walk through the Morong Deep on the Kowmung River as the best river trip within the greater Sydney region I've ever done. Within this spectacular granite gorge is a myriad of beautiful pools and cascades with little scrub to impede the canyoner and a hundred and one places worth a swim to consider.
If you want to come on an exciting, stimulating and ultimately satisfying trip then this is hard to beat!
i intend to walk down Megalith ridge and establish a basecamp at Howling Dingo camp then walk upstream with daypacks to explore all of the above!
this will give us greater flexibility and allow us unencombered of our heavy packs to really get stuck into the beauty of the marvellous Morong Deep! Rock hopping and scrambling.
Location: Kanangra-Boyd NP
Map: Kanangra 89303S, Yerranderie 89294N, Shooters Hill 88302S, and Gurnang 88291N Limit: 12. View
|24 Feb, Sat||Wild Gorge, Dome Cave & Cosmic Cave|
|Find out why this spectacular and threatened area must be protected for future generations. Park at GR 396 071 off Sunnyside Ridge Road and walk east to the head of a tributary of Wild Gorge. Descend it, visiting Dome Cave along the way, then explore both branches of the gorge, including Pinch Point Circle. Move south east and out towards Carne Creek. Locate a ledge that leads towards Cosmic Cave. Exit via Split Rock Point and Pass. Re-connect with the cars. Scrambling and exposure. 5M, S223E
Location: Newnes State Forest
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N View
|4-10 Mar, Sun-Sat||Lake Gordon, Tasmania|
|Lake Gordon and the upper reaches of the Gordon River. Isolated and rarely visited. 6 days camping out of kayaks in the South West Tasmania Wilderness. Paddlers need to be competent and equipped for cold weather camping and paddling. Potential cold weather camping and paddling. Some exposed water. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 8. View|
|12 May, Sat||Watsons Bay Breakfast Paddle|
|Rob & Jayne G.|
|(NEW!!!) Kayak, Grade 5 (weather dependant), early start. Bring drinking water and breakfast. Kayak Port Jackson and Watsons Bay. Sea kayaks essential (contact leader to discuss suitable kayak and experience), start and finish at the beach near Robertson Park, Military Road, Watsons Bay. Paddle past Camp Cove, Bottle Glass Point, Shark Bay, Steele Point, Shark Island, Rose Bay then back to Watsons Bay. Conditions: Open water, tidal, some heavy traffic. PFDs compulsory. View|
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