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|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|
|29 May, Tue 9:30AM||Lake Alexandra to 40′ Falls|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||300m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Lake Alexandra to 40' Falls. The track follows the Nattai River from the lake to Nattai Creek where the track to the falls leaves the main track and follows the Nattai Creek Track to the falls. It is possible to climb around behind the falls for a sheltered spot in hot weather. Return by the Boxvale Track. Rough track, slippery rocks, creek crossing and steep steps.
Location: Mt Alexander NR
Map: Mittagong 89292S Limit: 20. View
|29 May, Tue 10:00AM||Marley Beach|
|Coastal walk to Marley Beach and return. Carry morning tea, lunch and water for a full day walk. Steep sections, tracks (some uneven and rocky, possible slippery surfaces), steps on ascent and descent, fire trails, moderate pace.
Location: Royal NP Best Walk: Otford to Bundeena View
|30 May, Wed 9:13AM||Belrose to Narrabeen|
|Walk via Deep Creek, mainly downhill with varied flora. Fire trails, eroded bush tracks, waterfalls and creek crossings. View|
|30 May, Wed||Blackheath|
|Circular route following roads and tracks visiting Porters Pass, Colliers Causeway, Centennial Glen/Pass with side trip to Fort Rock and climbers wall prior to finishing on steep road ascent to station. Cliff edges, slippery conditions.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Katoomba 89301S View
|30 May, Wed 9:00AM||Narrawallee Circuit|
|From Narrawallee Beach North walk along beach and up the bush walk, around to Bannisters Head and Jones Beach. Coffee at Tallwood Ave afterwards. greatsouthcoastwalk.net View|
|31 May, Thu 12:00PM||Patonga to Umina|
|(Jean’s Group) Zenia P.|
|(Updated Details) Walk up Patonga hill with views of Lion Island, Palm Beach, Wagstaff. Down fire trail to Pearl Beach and around headland to Umina. View|
|31 May, Thu 6:00PM||Sydney’s Marine Conservationist: David G. Stead|
|NPA/WEA Event. David G. Stead (1877-1957) was not only one of Australia’s most significant conservationists but a visionary marine conservationist. Learn how his marine legacy continues today. View|
|1 Jun, Fri 9:55AM||Coxs Road|
|(Fully Booked) Coxs Road to Hartley Vale. Return by Lockyers Road.
Location: Mt York
Map: Hartley 89304N Limit: 15. View
|2 Jun, Sat||Blaxland to Faulconbridge|
|From Blaxland Station follow Pippas Pass to Florabella Pass and then descend 120m to cross Glenbrook Creek. Ascend 140m and follow faint track to Kings Link Track, visiting Lost World and Bunyan Lookouts. Descend to cross Glenbrook Creek again and follow Glenbrook and Sassafras Creeks gradually ascending on good tracks to Faulconbridge.
Location: Blue Mountains NP View
|2 Jun, Sat 12:00PM||Duffys Forest|
|Walk to 'Moon Rock' Aboriginal carvings and through endangered Duffys Forest Ecological Community. View|
|2 Jun, Sat||Neubecks Spur and Hermit Spur|
|Find out why Ben Bullen State Forest, part of the Gardens of Stone region, must be protected for future generations. Park the vehicles at GR 263 090. Walk SW and explore Neubecks Spur and then Hermit Spur. This walk has both the spectacular pagoda landscapes and fascinating historical elements in it. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Ben Bullen SF
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N View
|2 Jun, Sat 9:56AM||Rhodes Circuit|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|Walk from Homebush Bay to Brays Bay. Streets, parks, cycleway, lots of water views, Kokoda Track. Train return to city. View|
|3 Jun, Sun 11:08AM||Engadine crcuit walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||7km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|We start from Engadine with a fairly steep descend, then we walk along the Woronora River until we climb a steep ascend to Lucas Heights. We will return to Engadine along the river. Tracks are not obvious and some scrambling is involved, but it's easy paced. Pristine river, fantastic view and spectacular flora. If you are lucky, you may see an owl. Bring drinks and lunch/snack. River crossings, slippery sections, rock scrambling, moderate rain forecasted.
Location: Heathcote NP
Map: Heathcote Limit: 5. View
|3 Jun, Sun 8:00AM||Gaolhouse Pass, Claydons Creek & beyond|
|Led by Herbert Frey & Leslie Reddacliff. From Bushwalker car park follow track to Gaolhouse Pass and descend on the old horse track through lower pass, then follow the creek downstream to Claydons Creek, and possibly on to the Clyde River junction for lunch. Return uphill all the way on same route.
Map: Tianjara 89271S Limit: 10. View
|4 Jun, Mon 9:00AM||Kamay Botany Bay Inspection, Stage 1|
|Grade:2/6||Length||5km||70m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|An inspection walk of the Kurnell Precinct of Kamay Botany Bay National Park in preparation for the Branch submission on the new draft plan of management. Part of a series of three NPA field trips to different parts of the park to help inform people interested in writing and submissions for the new Kamay-Botany Bay NP DPOM. That will include the Captain Cook Memorial site, the new captain's pick by ScoMo for the "Colossus of Cook", Alpha and the site for the new visitor centre, museum, etc and then up to Yena via Inscription Point and the Leap and also through to the whale watching centre.
Location: Kamay Botany Bay NP Limit: 12. View
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