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|21 May, Mon 9:22AM||Ruined Castle|
|(Mal’s Group) Allan P.|
|Scenic World to Golden Stairs on Narrowneck. Descend stairs and walk to Ruined Castle. Return to Scenic World. Plenty of uneven stairs.
Map: Katoomba Limit: 20. View
|22 May, Tue 9:00AM||Burrill Lake|
|Ride from Canberra Crs mainly on bush tracks. Mountain bikes recommended. View|
|22 May, Tue 9:29AM||Forestville to Manly Vale|
|Walk from Forestville via Engraving Track to Seafroth Oval then to Upper Manly Dam Reserve to Manly Vale. B-line bus return to city. Carry morning tea, lunch and water for a full day walk. Steep sections, rough and rocky bushtracks, steps, fire trails.
Location: Garigal NP View
|22 May, Tue 9:37AM||Springwood – Birdwood Gully – Springwood|
|(Jean’s Group) Judith H.|
|Rough eroded track in places. Down and up. Spectacular wave rock and pleasant creek. Train return to Sydney. View|
|22 May, Tue 9:30AM||Walls of Camelot & Rocky Waterholes LO|
|Grade:4/6||Length||13km||450m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Walls of Camelot. The track branches off the Nattai Ridge Road to follow a fence line to a track leading to magnificent sandstone cliffs. The track then continues on to join the Rocky Water HolesTrack which provides a lookout over Rocky Waterholes Creek. Return by this track back to the car park. Rough track, slippery creek crossings and scrambling up loose scree slopes.
Location: Nattai NP
Map: Hilltop 8929-2N Limit: 16. Map: Hilltop 8929-2N View
|23 May, Wed 10:00AM||Cockatoo Island 21st Sydney Biennale Walking Tour|
|Grade:1/6||Length||6km||100m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|On Cockatoo Island, 20 artists will present works echoing the history of the UNESCO World-Heritage-listed site around movement, migration, production and participation, including works that grow or morph over the course of the Biennale. http://www.cockatooisland.gov.au/whats/21st-biennale-sydney
We shall meet at Circular Quay Wharf 5 for ferry to Cockatoo Island, in time for morning tea. We shall then join the free guided tour at 11:30am (45 minutes) starting from Superposition Studio.
After the tour, we will explore historic Cockatoo Island at leisure and meet back at the wharf at 2pm for the 2:13 pm ferry, arriving Circular Quay at 2:40 pm.
No need to RSVP but contact leader by email is appreciated.
Location: Sydney Harbour
Map: Sydney View
|23 May, Wed 8:00PM||FOKE Public Meeting|
|David Vs Goliath, Defending the Environment at a time of crisis. Join Friends of Ku-ring-gai Environment’s (FOKE) public meeting to listen to David Morris who recently joined EDO NSW as its new CEO in October 2017. Hear about David’s vision for EDO NSW in defending the environment at a time of crisis. Admission is free and all are welcome. More information: facebook.com/friendsofkuringgai and foke.org.au View|
|23 May, Wed 10:05AM||Grand Canyon, Blackheath|
|Bush tracks, hundreds of steps up and down, beautiful scenary, creek crossing. View|
|23 May, Wed 10:22AM||Watsons Bay to Neilson Park|
|Level ramble Watsons Bay to Neilson Park. View|
|25 May, Fri 8:46AM||Faulconbridge & Kariwoga Ridges|
|(Fully Booked) Not going to Faulconbrige Point. This means more time to check out Kariwoga Ridge. Faulconbridge Ridge is a fire trail. Kariwoga Ridge is rough. Some rock scrambling.
Map: Springwood and Kurrajong Limit: 15. View
|25 May, Fri||South West Mount Airly|
|Park vehicles at Airly Gap, GR 238 326. Walk south and then west following the alignment of the former tramway/self-actuated incline to the transfer station site then the double track skip haulage to the high level tunnel through the SW end of Mount Airly; climb the spur to the top of the SW corner of Mount Airly, inspect the crest /edge of cliff line before heading north to descend into a tributary of Gap Creek and hence back to the vehicles. Exploratory for the leader. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Mugii Murum-ban SCA
Map: Glen Alice 89314N View
|26 May, Sat 9:38AM||Denistone East to Eastwood|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|Walk via Denistone via streets, parks, ups & downs, tracks, some lovely bush including remnant Blue Gum High Forest. Coffee at Eastwood, train return to city. View|
|26 May, Sat||Mt Victoria|
|Experience great walks and areas of Mt Victoria. Historic sites and caves and plenty more. Some steep sections. Cliff edges and slippery loose surfaces.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Mt Wilson and Hartley 89304N View
|26-27 May, Sat (08:30AM)-Sun (16:00PM)||Splendour Rock Pack Walk|
|The annual trip to Splendour Rock in the Blue Mountains, this time with a nearly full moon. A wonderful experience! This is a lovely trip with an unforgettable view from the campsite.
Location: Blue Mountains NP Limit: 15. Best Walk: Splendour Rock View
|26 May, Sat||West of Pagoda Road|
|The Bicentennial National Trail – Pagoda Road – West of Pagoda Road – Fire trail - Bike Track back to vehicles. This is not the classic Pagoda Road walk, we will explore the country further to the west. Spectacular pagoda country under threat from mining, see it while you can. Off-track, bike track, minor scrambles and a little mild scrub.
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N Limit: 12. View
|27 May, Sun 9:00AM||Lost World & Coles Creek Caves|
|Walk from end of Martins Ridge Road on fire trails & rough track to explore secret jungle gardens hidden between jumbles of fallen slabs. Some spectacular and interesting rock formations, magnificent temperate rainforest. Optional visit to the Aboriginal art site at Coles Creek after lunch, depending on time and participants.
Map: Tianjara 89271S Limit: 10. View
|28 May, Mon 8:14AM||Penrith River Loop|
|(Mal’s Group) Allan P.|
|Walk the Emu Plains side of the Nepean River. Cross the Freeway Bridge and walk to the Weir. Finish walk at Penrith Station. Mostly shared paths.
Location: Emu Plains
Map: Penrith Limit: 20. View
|28 May, Mon 8:24AM||Wombat walks|
|Red Hand Cave, Glenbrook. Steep road to and from Glenbrook Creek, creek crossing. Easy pace and time for viewing. Limit: 8. View|
|29 May, Tue 6:00PM||50th Anniversary Dinner Saving Wilderness|
|Colong Foundation for Wilderness 50th Anniversary Dinner Event. Join this important 50th anniversary celebration of the Colong Foundation for Wilderness that was formed in 1968 to save the Colong Caves, in the southern Blue Mountains from mining. Guest speaker Professor Bob Carr - one of NSW’s finest parliamentary advocates for the environment. View|
|29 May, Tue 8:45AM||Dangar Island Circumnavigation|
|(Jean’s Group) Sue W.|
|Train to Hawkesbury River then ferry to the island. Stunning 360 degree views of the river, adjacent islands and bridges. Ferry and train return to city. Footpaths, tracks and beach. No cars on the island. Click here for map. View|
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