Program listing

Program listing

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8-19 Apr, Sun-Thu East to West Wollemi Traverse
Grade:6/6 Sydney Branch
Yuri B.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longCamp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.This walk will attempt to traverse the Wollemi NP from its easternmost point near Bulga in the Hunter Valley to its westernmost point at Oz Mountain next to Bylong Valley Way. It is expected to take 12 days. Please note that this walk is now closed. Exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP View

8 Apr, Sun Mount Bushwalker
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or long60 Best walks | This is one of the NPA's 60 best walks.(Date Changed) Walk up Mount Bushwalker. Best Walk: Mt Bushwalker View

8 Apr, Sun Sydney Harbour Bridge to Clifford Love Bridge
Grade:3/6  100m Sydney Branch
Roger T.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.A shoreline walk. We walk from the biggest steel arch bridge to the second biggest steel arch bridge. We start under the Sydney Harbour Bridge and walk around Lavender Bay, Berrys Bay, Gore Cove and along the Lane Cove River following local tracks and reserves the whole way. The miracle is that they all connect up to form a bushwalk almost all the way. See Sydney from a totally different angle.
Location: Harbour reserves and Lane Cove NP
Map: UBD local directories View

8 Apr, Sun Waterways of the Illawarra 2, Byarong Creek
Grade:3/6 Length 10km  150m Illawarra Branch
Helen W.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longFollowing the guidebook published with the recent Walking Upstream exhibition at Wollongong Art Gallery, we explore some of our myriad and complex waterways. The creeks are often on private land or they disappear into pipes, so we follow them as far as we can. We walk on streets, pathways and through public land. We continue by following Byarong Creek from Figtree to some way up Mt Keira. May be creek crossings and untracked sections.
Map: Wollongong 90292S Limit: 8. View

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