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|17 Nov, Sat 10:00AM||Meadowbank to Sydney Olympic Park|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|Meadowbank - Parramatta River - Sydney Olympic Park. Streets, parks, cycleways, ups and downs, lots of water views. Dropout point near Silverwater Bridge (5.5km). Coffee at Pierpoint Shops, ferry return to city. View|
|18 Nov, Sun 10:30AM||Alexanders Hut Loop|
|Grade:3/6||Length||9km||Far South Coast Branch|
|Meet at Nunnock Camp Ground. Cattleman's link track, off Packers Swamp Rd.
Map: Glen Allen 87241S View
|18 Nov, Sun||Bar Point Exploratory|
|Bar Point is an isolated riverside settlement on the Hawkesbury River in Popran National Park. The proposed route of the Great River Walk runs through this settlement. The route options have never been fully explored due to the remoteness of the area. So this walk is designed to fill in the gaps in our knowledge and explore the area, particularly a possible link between Bar Point and Big Jim Point. It will be an adventure.
Location: Popran NP
Map: Cowan 91304N and Gunderman 91313S Limit: 15. View
|18 Nov, Sun 8:00AM||Clyde Gorge|
|Follow Clyde River along Deadmans Gulch Road upstream from Yadboro into the Clyde Gorge for a sausage-sizzle lunch and real billy tea near a quiet bend in the river. There is a great swimming hole if it is hot. Return by the same route. Four river crossings. BYO bread and cup.
Map: Corang 89273N Limit: 10. View
|18 Nov, Sun 8:00AM||Garigal NP to Morgan Rd|
|Explorative walk with plant ID and weeding at end of track. Please bring gloves. Allow 3.5 hours. View|
|18 Nov, Sun 9:00AM||Kiama Coast Walk|
|Minnamurra to Gerrigong. Jointly led by Geoffrey Lee and Ping Xie. A stunning 24 km pathway accompanying our sparkling coastline. The spectacular walk begins at Minnamurra and wanders past headlands, rivers, beaches, Kiama town centre up to Blowhole Point then on towards the Little Blowhole passing more beaches and bays before winding up at Werri Beach. The last 6 km between Loves Bay and Werri Beach is particularly blessed with its own rugged and untouched natural beauty. Keep an eye out for whales, sea eagles and hawks. https://kiama.com.au/kiama-coast-walk Slippery sections. Limit: 12. View|
|18 Nov, Sun 9:38AM||Minnamurra to Kiama|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(NEW!!!) Jointly led by Graham Burgess and Esther Chow. This walk is in conjunction with the 24 km walk led by Geoffrey and Ping. We start together but finish at Kiama while the energized group continues to Gerrigong.
We start from Minnamurra to Blow Hole Point and it takes about 3 hours. We'll pass Jones Beach, Cathedral Rocks, Bombo Beach and KiamaHarbour on our way to the famous blowhole.
Other attractions include the Boneyard and the Spring Creek Wetlands. Near the blowhole is the 1881-built Pilot’s Cottage Museum and the heritage-listed Kiama Lighthouse. The trail also takes us past the Kiama Golf Club, which charms with panoramic views, a restaurant and an 18-hole course. No need to contact leaders. Slippery sections.
Location: Kiama Coast View
|18 Nov, Sun 9:30AM||Waterways of the Illawarra 5: Fairy Creek|
|Follow Fairy Creek (when we can see it) from the lagoon through central areas of Wollongong to the slopes of Mt Keira. Some hazards created by concrete and gabion modifications and dumping.
Map: Wollongong 90292S Limit: 15. View
|19 Nov, Mon 8:50AM||Linden to Woodford|
|(Updated Details) Kings Cave, Paradise Pool then up to Woodford Station. Track is rough in places.
Map: Katoomba 89301S and Springwood 90304S Limit: 20. View
|19 Nov, Mon 9:20AM||Wombat walk|
|(Cancelled) Glenbrook. Walk from the station to Station Rd, where the track will start. Follow the track to Duck hole,then following the creek to the next crossing, a bit of looking for the right spot. Following the creek there is no track but it is reasonable level and and not to difficult. Next crossing the creek to arrive at a nice beach where we will have lunch and time for a swim. Leaving we will have a small climb between narrow rocks. There are 3 beaches on the walk. Easy pace, no hurry. Limit: 8. View|
|20 Nov, Tue 10:13AM||Lake Macquarie|
|(Shirley’s Group) Shirley H.|
|Walk to Toronto beside the lake, fire trails, & bush tracks, some rough tracks, reserves, streets, short steep sections & steps. Moderate pace. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. At finish a bus to Fassifern Station. View|
|20 Nov, Tue 9:51AM||Long Reef|
|(Jean’s Group) Margaret B.|
|Walk along rock platform to lookout (low tide). Finish at Dee Why or Collaroy (to be decided on the day). Bus return to city. View|
|20 Nov, Tue 9:30AM||Mt Alexandra Circuit|
|Grade:4/6||Length||11km||700m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(NEW!!!) Circuit walk on various tracks north of Lake Alexandra. Hard and steep with 4 creek crossings.
Location: Nattai SCA
Map: Mittagong 89292S Limit: 20. View
|21 Nov, Wed 9:37AM||Telopea to Rydalmere|
|Level ramble. View|
|21 Nov, Wed 9:00AM||Walter Hood Monument to Washerwomans|
|A perfect, often protected, walk along the flat, sheltered, mostly deserted, wide open beaches and scenic tracks of Bendalong. No wet and slippery rocks! Coffee back in Milton. View|
|22 Nov, Thu 9:15AM||Carramar to Bankstown Airport, Milperra|
|(Jean’s Group) Sue W.|
|Good paths along Lake Gillawarna, Orphan School and Prospect Creeks and the Georges River. View|
|23 Nov, Fri 8:00AM||Heathcote circuit walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||16km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(NEW!!!) We will descend from Heathcote Station down to Kangaroo Creek, up to Robertsons Knoll along Uloola Track, with a side trip to Peach Tree Trig and then on to Aboriginal site, continue down to Uloola Falls, and then off-track along Kangaroo Creek to short scramble up Bottle Forest Trail. Back to Heathcote Station. Tree roots, slippery surfaces, off-track and short scramble up Bottle Forest Trail. Some short ladders.
Location: Royal NP
Map: Royal NP Limit: 15. View
|23 Nov, Fri||Red Rock Creek & Woolpack Gap|
|Numbers are strictly limited. Park at GR 342 178 on Wolgan Road. Walk north west, then north, then north east towards Woolpack Gap. Stay underneath the cliffs and use the Amphitheatres Pass to climb on top of the escarpment. Once on top, walk west to the lookout point at GR 341 203. From here, walk north east and down underneath the cliff line above Red Rock Creek, at around GR 342 210. Traverse underneath the cliff line all the way to Woolpack Gap, descend through the pass and walk back to the cars. Exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S Limit: 8. View
|23 Nov, Fri 9:22AM||Rodriguez Pass|
|Evans Lookout, Horse Track then Rodriguez Pass to Govetts Leap. Possibility of catching a bus to Katoomba from Heritage Centre at Govetts Leap. Rough and steep.
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N Limit: 15. View
|23 Nov, Fri 6:00PM||Sydney’s World Heritage Matters|
|Sydney is one of the few cities in the world that is surrounded by a world heritage area – the Greater Blue Mountains National Park. Learn about the history of this global achievement, its unfinished business and what current challenges it faces. Learn how the Blue Mountains was world heritage listed has inspired others to call for world heritage listing of their national park, including Royal National Park and Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Learn why World Heritage listing matters, its rewards and challenges. View|
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