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|17 Apr, Wed||Waterfall to Helensburgh|
|Commencing from station follow roads and tracks to Kingfisher Pool. Backtrack to Camp Coutts passing Lake Toolooma. Hike to Mt Westmacott and return following tracks and fire trails to Cawley Creek and Wilson Creek Dam. Ascend ridge overlooking Helensburgh and descend various tracks to station. Lots of variety and great views of the Park. Creek crossings, cliff edges, loose rocky sections.
Map: Appin 90291S and Campbelltown 90291N View
|19-22 Apr, Fri-Mon||Baker Labyrinth and more|
|Co-leader Ian Thorpe. A 4-day pack walk adventure that will include crossing of the incredible Baker Labyrinth and exploration of the nearby areas. Details to be advised. Scrambling and exposure. Mostly exploratory.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Coricudgy 89322N and Mount Pomany 89321S View
|19-22 Apr, Fri (08:30AM)-Mon (14:00PM)||Gardens of Stone wilderness basecamp|
|(Fully Booked) From Newnes we will walk to our superlative basecamp at Canobla Gap via Little Capertee Creek, the famous Red Rocks and Canobla Creek. Then follows 2 day walks climbing Mt Canobla and Point Anderson both of which offer fantastic views of the surrounding Gardens of Stone National Park. This basecamp has reliable water, acres of grassy river flats to camp on and no crowds and is one of my favourite campsites ever! A bit of rock scrambling here and there.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S Limit: 12. View
|20 Apr, Sat||Audley Circuit|
|Circuit walk from Loftus to Heathcote via Temptation Creek, Audley, Head of Navigation. A nice part of the Royal and public transport friendly. Joint walk with our friends from Bushwalk the ‘Gong.
Location: Royal NP
Map: Port Hacking 91294N Limit: 8. View
|20 Apr, Sat 10:14AM||Cumberland State Forest|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|Tracks, paths, fire trails, ups & downs, steps, some small steep sections. Lovely bush, plant nursery. Bus return to Pennant Hills, train return to city. Coffee somewhere. View|
|22 Apr, Mon 9:00AM||Burgess Falls and Woodford Dam|
|Visit Horseshoe, Oaklands and Burgess Falls. Then walk to Woodford Dam and return to Hazelbrook Station. Mostly trails and roads. Some rough track. Slippery wet rocks.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 20. View
|23 Apr, Tue 9:00AM||Engadine to Heathcote|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Come and celebrate RNP Birthday. 140 years old tomorrow. Start at Engadine Station down to Head of Navigation, up to Robertsons Knoll, named after acting premier at the time Sir Robertson who conceived and developed idea of RNP. Then down to Audley, where leader will provide cake, and then back up to Heathcote Station via Head of navigation. Creek crossing, tree roots, slippery sections and short ladders.
Location: Royal NP
Map: Royal NP Limit: 12. View
|23 Apr, Tue 9:00AM||Lindfield to Forestville|
|HARD WALK. Walk to Forestville via 2 Creek Track (torch required for walking through tunnel under roadway), Roseville Bridge, Davidson Picnic Area, Lyrebird Track & Carrol Creek Track. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. At finish from "Jamieson Square” Warringah Rd, Forestville Bus stop, buses to Chatswood Station or Town Hall via Wynyard Station. Steep climbs with rough & rocky tracks & steps. Moderate pace. View|
|23 Apr, Tue 10:45AM||Mt Keira Ring Track|
|Grade:4/6||Length||10km||334m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Walk trails around Mt Keira, views to the coast. Some off-track and unmaintained tracks, old mines and landslip in area. Unfenced Cliffs.
Map: Wollongong 9029-2S Limit: 20. View
|23 Apr, Tue 10:00AM||Oatley Circuit Walk|
|(Jean’s Group) Lyn C.|
|Oatley Circuit Walk via Jewfish Bay and Lime Kiln Bay Nature Reserve. Street walking at start and finish of walk. Bush reserves, some overlooking waterways. Some unformed and uneven tracks which could be slippery after rain. Steps, ups and downs. Train return to city from Oatley. View|
|24 Apr, Wed 9:20AM||Glenbrook to Portal Lookout|
|Walk to Portal Lookout from Glenbrook Station and return. Great views. Rough bush tracks and fire trails. Steep climbs.
Location: Blue Mountains NP View
|24 Apr, Wed 10:08AM||In search of the Royal|
|Grade:2/6||Length||10km||30m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|If you love photography or birds, this is a walk for you. We expect to see Royal Spoonbills, egrets, cormorants, black swans, pardalote, Ibis, pelicans, ducks and other birds. The long jetties along there are also very photogenic. If you don't like steep hills, this is also the walk for you. We walk along Tuggerah Lake from Chittaway Bay to the Entrance. The terrain is absolutely flat. Early exits possible. Bring morning tea and lunch. After the walk we can choose to have drinks at The Entrance. Easy pace. Usual hazards with walking.
Location: The Entrance
Map: Central Coast street map Limit: 12. View
|25 Apr, Thu 7:30AM||Coast Track in 1 day Anzac Day|
|Grade:4/6||Length||28km||1,250m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|RSVP essential. Otford to Bundeena. 6 walkers took part in 28 km Section 7: Bundeena to Otford. If you missed out last time or wish to do it again, this week we are walking in reverse direction from Otford to Bundeena. Last ferry to leave Bundeena is 6 pm. Slippery sections
Location: Royal NP Limit: 6. View
|26 Apr, Fri 8:35AM||Patonga to Woy Woy|
|Follow the Great North Walk from Patonga for about 10km before deviating past the tip and then along the road to Woy Woy. Steep sections. Creek crossings.
Location: Brisbane Water NP
Map: Gosford 91312S and Broken Bay 91301N Limit: 15. View
|26 Apr, Fri||West of Genowlan Trig|
|Leave one vehicle at GR 243 305 on Glen Davis Road and drive another to GR 249 322 on the plateau. Climb onto the escarpment and walk southwards, enjoying spectacular views. Next, explore the area west of Genowlan Trig. Use Citadel Pass South to descend to the first car. Mostly exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Mugii Murum-ban SCA
Map: Glen Alice 89314N and Ben Bullen 89314S View
|27 Apr, Sat 9:00AM||Black Range|
|Length||8km||Lachlan Valley Branch|
|Medium 8 kilometres. Walkers are reminded to bring along enough food and water for the entire day as well as suitable clothing, footwear, hat and sunscreen. A pair of good binoculars and a fold up chair is recommended. Please contact the listed walk leader the night before the walk if you intend to come. A $2.00 donation for each walker is appreciated. View|
|27 Apr, Sat||Kangaroo Creek Valley|
|Park near spot height 1119 off Blackfellows Hand trail and walk down through huge pagodas into the top of Kangaroo Creek Valley. From here we follow an old road down the valley before leaving the road and climbing onto the peninsular above. The return trip to cars involves the off-track section of the walk and includes finding a way off the peninsular and crossing the upper part of Kangaroo Creek. This is a magnificent area, full of pagodas and ferny gullies. Fire trails, bike track, off-track, scrub and creek crossings.
Location: Newnes SF
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N Limit: 12. View
|27 Apr, Sat 10:01AM||Sylvan Grove Native Garden|
|(Jean’s Group) Ailsa C.|
|Tracks, ups & downs, some steps, hopefully native flowers and orchids. Lovely bush. Bus return or walk to Panania, train to city. View|
|28 Apr, Sun 10:57AM||Barrenjoey to Gerrigong: Section 6|
|Grade:3/6||Length||15km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|13 walkers took part in section 5 of Barrenjoey To Gerringong walk. This week we are walking from Kurnell to Cronulla. This great coastal walk follows the coastline from the cliff tops near Kurnell, south to the Boat Harbour Aquatic Reserve, and around the coast to Cronulla Station. Other great features of this walk are the many rock formations around the coast, the small sand dunes along the track, the hanging swamps and the Cape Bailey Lighthouse. For a more relaxing finish you could stop off at the ocean pools in Cronulla before heading to the train station. Slippery sections, rugged sections, rock cliffs.
Location: Kamay Botany Bay NP
Map: Botany Bay 91303S Limit: 15. View
|28 Apr, Sun 8:30AM||South Coast Islands 2: Crookhaven Heads (an attached island)|
|Explore the Culburra Beach, Crookhaven Heads, Crookhaven River delta and bays and Wollumboola Lake area at the northern end of the Shoalhaven. Wonderful scenery, ruined lighthouse, amazing bird life (bring binoculars). Mostly flat, with some easy beach and rock walking.
Map: Crookhaven 90282S and Nowra 90283S View
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