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|9 Feb, Sat 9:00AM||Australian National Maritime Museum to the City|
|(Jean’s Group) Sue W.|
|Walk via Pyrmont's foreshore. From the Maritime Museum around the waterfront and then through historic industrial Pyrmont and back into the city via the Pyrmont Bridge. Map of walk. Many steps. View|
|9 Feb, Sat||East Creek Glories|
|Park near spot height 1057 at 427 060. The East Creek Glories walk will start by coming down into East Creek Galleries, then visit a spectacular side ravine; it will then move on to the West Side Falls and West Side Chamber; continue to East Creek Falls; then exit on the eastern side to visit the top of the falls.
Location: Newnes SF
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N View
|9 Feb, Sat||Trestles Track|
|Trestles Track – Shoalhaven River – return. Pleasant river walking with possibilities for swimming and exploring an old mine site. Steep descent (approx. 400m in 1km) to Shoalhaven River followed by flat river walking. Steep climb back to cars.
Location: Bungonia NP
Map: Caoura 1: 25 000 Limit: 12. View
|9-16 Feb, Sat (08:00AM)-Sat (16:00PM)||Walls of Jerusalem NP, TAS|
|(Fully Booked) The Walls of Jerusalem is probably my favourite walking area in Australia and on this trip we will travel via the Lake Rowallen entry point into this incredibly beautiful area and spend a couple of days exploring the various peaks, tarns, lakes and forests that this world heritage area has to offer. Then we will follow the lakes track past lakes Adelaide Meston and Junction to where we enter the Never Never region, taking this to Hartnett Falls. From here it's following the Overland Track past Bert Nichols Hut then diverging for a side trip to Pine Valley to explore the Labyrinth and climb the Acropolis and if time allows Mt Geryon. This is a walk you won't want to miss as we will discover a world of uncommon beauty, including masses of flowering herbs and shrubs, towering mountains worth climbing! Mostly on tracks with sections of open country off-track. Limit: 12. View|
|10 Feb, Sun 10:20AM||The Basin swimming and snorkeling, plus optional walk|
|Grade:2/6||Length||8km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|The Basin near Palm Beach has the warmest water in Sydney for swimming and snorkeling. It's also flat surf. Bring snacks, drinks, sun protection and water gears. Wear hiking gears if you wish to do the optional walk. Hazards associated with beach activities. Slippery sections.
Map: Palm Beach Limit: 12. View
|11 Feb, Mon 8:46AM||Callicoma Track, Pennant Hills|
|(Mal’s Group) Ian B.|
|A delightful loop track through interesting bushland. There are several exit points with public transport if there is excessive heat on the day and the walk is shortened. Fallen trees after the recent storms and a bit of a rough track in places.
Map: Hornsby 91304S Limit: 20. View
|12 Feb, Tue 9:30AM||Balancing Rock|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||250m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Clover Hill Rd is a management track leading to a rough track down to the Macquarie Rivulet. After crossing the rivulet there is an indistinct track which leads to Balancing Rock and a lovely waterfall. Return is by the same route. Rough track, slippery creek crossings, steep sections.
Location: Macquarie Pass NP
Map: Robertson 90284N Limit: 20. View
|12 Feb, Tue 9:00AM||Basin View to Huskisson Bike (Road/Mtn)|
|Led by Herbert Frey & Leslie Reddacliff. From Basin View boat ramp, mainly on cycleway to St Georges Basin, along foreshore track to Sanctuary Pt. Cycleway again to Huskisson. Return on cycleways and roads. Swim possible if hot.
Map: Shoalhaven Cycleways View
|12 Feb, Tue 8:30AM||Bendeela Paddle – up Kangaroo River|
|Length||9km||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Leader Changed) We drive to Safari Kayaking located in Kangaroo Valley arriving around 9’ish where we select our kayaks/canoes and life jackets. (You have a choice of double/singles canoe/kayaks). Kangaroo Safari transport our boats to Bendeela and the car pool follows on. Once set up and in the water we head up stream for about 3km to a lunch spot and then make our way back to Bendeela where our boats are picked up by Safari Kayaking and we drive back to Bowral. The cost per person for boat hire is $40 cash payable on the day. Please have the right amount of cash as we need to make a single payment. Please let me know via email by Sunday 10 Feb if you are interested in coming and whether you require a rental kayak. Cossies, hat, sunscreen and plenty of drinking water will be the go... especially if this warmish weather is still around. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give me a call. (I love making up answers). BTW, 5 bonus points for falling in. Deep water paddling. Mostly still water with one short rapid which can be walked if preferred. PFDs compulsory.
Map: Bundanoon 89281S Limit: 20. View
|12 Feb, Tue 9:53AM||Bronte – Clovelly|
|(Jean’s Group) Fran C.|
|Streets, paths, ups & downs. Swim. Bus return to city from Clovelly. View|
|12 Feb, Tue 9:19AM||Glenbrook to Penrith|
|Led by Jim Ward / Shirley Hillier. Walk via The Bluff Reserve, Lapstone, road walking, pathways & parks alongside the Nepean River to Penrith shops. Moderate pace. Train return to city. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. Some rough bushtracks, fire trails, uneven & loose surfaces, steps. View|
|13 Feb, Wed - 13 Feb, Tue||Jibbon Head|
|Grade:2/6||Length||6km||50m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|A morning of photography and swimming around Bonnie Vale and Jibbon Head.
Location: Royal NP
Map: Port Hacking 91294N Limit: 10. View
|13 Feb, Wed 9:30AM||Leichhardt Whites Creek|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|WOW (Worn Out Walkers) level ramble, option to extend. View|
|13 Feb, Wed 9:00AM||Little Forest Farm Wander|
|Led by Barry & Penny Tomkinson. Explore the fields and hills of the Little Valley around Duckpond, and saunter along the twists and turns of the Yackungarrah Creek. Coffee after at Penny and Barry’s.
Map: Milton 89272N View
|13 Feb, Wed 7:00PM||NPA Environmental Book Club|
|The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia by Bill Gammage. View|
|13 Feb, Wed 11:45AM||Walkers get-together|
|(Mal’s Group) Mal|
|Social get-together for Monday walkers who might be out of action, slowing down or just want to stay in touch. Lunch at O'Donoghues Irish Pub, 99 Great Western Hwy, Emu Plains. Crossing the car park.
Location: Emu Plains View
|13 Feb, Wed 9:40AM||Watson Bay to Rose Bay|
|Beautiful harbour and ocean views as we walk to South Head and then to Rose Bay via Parsley Bay, Neilsen Park and the Hermitage Foreshore Walk. Swimming possible at Neilsen Park. No need to contact leader.
Location: Sydney Harbour NP View
|14 Feb, Thu 8:15AM||Kincumber to Davistown|
|(Jean’s Group) Sue W.|
|Mostly along the waterfront to a ferry return from the Lintern St Wharf. Map of route. View|
|15 Feb, Fri||Henson Glen|
|(Updated Details) Guest leader: Bob Seibright. Walk Minnehaha Trail and descend into Govetts Creek via a spur. Walk/wade (some deep wades) in the creek through canyon-like Henson Glen for about 2km. Scramble out near the junction with Katoomba Creek, then re-join Minnehaha Trail and follow it back to the cars. Bring dry bags. Short wet suit is recommended. Rock scrambling.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Katoomba 89301S View
|15 Feb, Fri 7:23AM||Mt Victoria|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||250m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Cancelled) A circuit walk from Mt Piddington, Hornes Point, Witches Glen, Reinits Pass, Little Zig Zag Track, Bushrangers Cave and Pulpit Rock Lookout. Limit: 15. View|
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