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|19 Jan, Sat 7:33AM||Illawarra Escarpment Traverse|
|If you're after superlative views, wonderful sections of rainforest and colourful flowering heathlands then this walk from Stanwell Park Station to Austinmer Station via the Wodi Wodi, Bullock and Escarpment Tracks should be high on your priority. Add a magnificent historic viaduct and a top lunch spot at Sublime Point will make this a day walk to remember. The Wodi Wodi Track can be slippery in parts after rain.
Location: Stanwell Park
Map: Appin 90291S and Bulli 90292N Limit: 15. Best Walk: Illawarra Escarpment Traverse View
|19-20 Jan, Sat (08:00AM)-Sun (15:00PM)||Jenolan River full packwalk|
|Galong Farm - Ironpot Mountain - Tinpot Hill - Galong Creek - Coxs River - Jenolan River (camp) - Coxs River - Breakfast Creek - Ironmonger Hill - Galong Farm. Mixture of track, open off-track and riverside walking, with delightful camping around the junction with the Jenolan River. River crossings; steep climb out 580m will be in the early part of the day. Packwalking experience essential. Joint walk with SBW.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Jenolan 89303N Limit: 6. View
|19 Jan, Sat 10:35AM||North Sydney to Cremorne|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|North Sydney - Neutral Bay - Maccallum Pool - Cremorne. Streets, parks, ups & downs, steps, water views. Swim. Ferry return. View|
|20 Jan, Sun 1:18PM||Clovelly swimming and snorkeling|
|Grade:2/6||Length||4km||50m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Swimming and snorkeling in a shallow cove. This is about the safest snokelling spot I can think of in Sydney. There are always many fishes around. If you haven't done snorkeling before, this is a good chance to learn. You need to buy a properly fitted snorkel. Bring drinks, snacks, sun protection and towel. There is a kiosk at the beach. We are starting the day late because low tide is at 2:55pm. Hazards associated with beach activities. Limit: 10. View|
|20 Jan, Sun 8:00AM||Gerringong to Loves Bay (Kiama)|
|Begin our walk at Boat Harbour parking area and follow the Kiama Coastal Walk. Proceed to the whale watching platform in Boat Harbour Reserve and then stroll across Werri Beach (shallow water crossing possible but unlikely at north end). From north end of Werri Beach follow shoreline cliffs and bays to cliffs overlooking Loves Bay. On the return journey enjoy the views from a different perspective.
Map: https://kiama.com.au/uploads/maps/kiama---coast-walk-brochure---web.pdf View
|21 Jan, Mon 9:22AM||Prince Henry Cliff Walk|
|Walk to Katoomba Cascades. Follow Cliff Walk past Echo Point and Three Sisters to exit at Merriwa Street. Walk back to Katoomba Station. Quite a few stairs to ascend approaching Echo Point.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 20. View
|22 Jan, Tue 9:30AM||Flying Fox & Cooks Nose|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Flying Fox accessed by a fire trail has the remains of the flying fox used to bring timber up from the valley. The walk then returns to the Cooks Nose Lookout, a wonderful lunch spot. On the edge of the escarpment there are spectacular views. Rough track often wet, muddy and slippery, unfenced lookout.
Location: Barren Grounds NR
Map: Robertson 90284N Limit: 20. View
|22 Jan, Tue 9:30AM||Harbour South Shore|
|(Jean’s Group) Fran C.|
|Walk through Darling Point to McKell Park, then around Double Bay to Murray Rose Pool for swim and lunch. Optional extension to Point Piper and Rose Bay. Bus or ferry return. View|
|22 Jan, Tue 9:30AM||North Sydney|
|Walk from Wollstonecraft Station to Milsons Point Station via Reserves & Bays. Moderate pace. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. Steep sections, many steps, some bushtracks. View|
|23 Jan, Wed 8:00AM||Clatterteeth Canyon|
|Clatterteeth Canyon with side trip up Lower Bell Canyon and exit via Wollongambe Canyon. Entry via Joes Canyon, Clatterteeth Canyon, side trip up Bell and exit via Wollongambe Canyon. The side trip up Bell is of classic canyon beauty. Wetsuits, lilos, volleys/similar. Usual scrambling. One fairly easy blockup to negotiate. 8k, 250m desc/asc carrying wet gear uphill with a steepish climb out. Slippery rocks, deep cold water. Some rough scrub.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park
Map: Wollangambe 89312S Limit: 8. View
|23 Jan, Wed 9:30AM||Queenscliff to Manly|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|WOW (Worn Out Walkers) level ramble, option to extend. View|
|23 Jan, Wed 4:00PM||Ulladulla Headland & Rockshelf|
|Walk east on the track around the headland to the lighthouse and continue along the cliff-top track until we reach the steps down to the rock shelf. Return to car park via the rock shelf and stairs. Wear shoes that you are willing to get wet. Dinner afterwards for those who would like to partake, location to be determined. View|
|24 Jan, Thu 10:59AM||Bundeena – Jibbon Head|
|(Jean’s Group) Sophie A.|
|Bushtracks, rocks, beach walking, Aboriginal engravings, optional swim at end of walk (own risk). Ferry return to Cronulla, train return to city. View|
|25 Jan, Fri 7:07AM||Bowens Creek South Canyon (non abseiling route)|
|(Updated Details) A beautiful canyon. We’ll enter via Corkscrew Canyon in order to get into our canyon without abseiling. Plenty of rock hopping and scrambling and some narrow ledges to negotiate. Several wades and/or short swims. An interesting exit with a couple of scrambles - rope may be used. Some exposure at the exit and in the canyon. Bring your helmets and dry bags. Wetsuits recommended. About 8k. 5M, S223E; Canyon Grade 2.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N View
|25-28 Jan, Fri (08:00AM)-Mon (15:00PM)||Namadgi National Park, ACT|
|(Cancelled) The Namadgi National Park has some wonderful granite formations, frost hollow plains, indigenous art galleries and great walking tracks and from the very comfortable Honeysuckle Creek Campground we will explore as much as possible during these 4 days. The campsite has a decent sized shelter, electric bbqs, water and tables.
Cost per person is $6 a night payable to leader ($18). Some rock scrambling amongst the granite.
Location: Namadgi NP Limit: 16. View
|26 Jan, Sat 9:02AM||Australia Day celebrations|
|This is the third year we are doing this beautiful walk to celebrate Australia Day and Lydia Chua's 41st Anniversary of her arrival in Australia. Meet outside circular Quay Wharf 2. We walk across the bridge and along the coastline to Balmoral. Enjoy spectacular views and Aerial Display. Ample swimming opportunities. Walk as much or as little as you wish. There are many exit points. In previous years some walked as far as Manly. The coffee shop outside Wharf 6 sells large cappuccino for $2.50 before 9am. slippery sections
Map: Sydney Harbour View
|26 Jan, Sat 10:32AM||Circular Quay to Bradleys Head|
|(Jean’s Group) Sandra C.|
|(Australia Day) Circular Quay - Taronga - Bradleys Head. Harbour side tracks. We’ll watch Harbour Festivities along the way and lunch at Bradleys Head. Return to city from Taronga Wharf. View|
|26 Jan, Sat 8:00AM||Rocky Creek Canyon|
|Hailed as the most dramatic canyon of its type in the Blue Mountains, Rocky Creek Canyon is spectacular in all aspects with its twisted walls, cascades and hanging gardens of ferns growing up the walls. Rock scrambling and a few short swims.
Map: Rock Hill 89312N Limit: 15. View
|27 Jan, Sun 8:00AM||Snorkeling and walk at Shelly Beach|
|Join us snorkeling to see the blue grouper and other fishes at Shelly Beach, followed by a walk to North Head. On the way, we'll stop at the ice cream shop.
Map: Manly Limit: 15. View
|28 Jan, Mon 9:45AM||From the Mountains to the Sea|
|(Mal’s Group) John H.|
|(Updated Details) Escape the heat of the mountains and enjoy this cooler walk with its spectacular views of Sydney Harbour. We will walk from Watsons Bay to Rose Bay via Nielsen Park, where there will be time for a quick swim in the netted harbour pool. It includes some street walking. Note: This day is a public holiday. Some stairs and uneven ground in places.
Location: Sydney Harbour
Map: Sydney Harbour Limit: 20. View
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