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|11 Apr, Thu 6:30PM||Destination Pagoda|
|General Community Event|
|How the Gardens of Stone spectacular landscape can be protected and enjoyed through the provision of basic recreation facilities centred on Lithgow. Tom Zubrycki, award winning documentary maker, will introduce his new work Gardens of Stone: Living Landscape that tells the story of the Gardens of Stone campaign and how the future of this spectacular region hangs in the balance. Guest speaker Ian Brown, adventurer, climber and respected park management consultant, will then outline the potential of the Gardens of Stone as a world-class tourism and conservation reserve. Destination Pagoda (co-authored by Ian and Elizabeth Dudley-Bestow) outlines a program to create an iconic, rewarding, must-see tourist destination. Coma along and show your support the Gardens of Stone campaign. Register here for the Katoomba launch. View|
|12 Apr, Fri 9:42AM||Little Zig Zag|
|Pulpit Rock, Bushranger Cave, Little Zig Zag, Mt Piddington. Old track, poorly maintained. Rock scrambling.
Location: Mount Victoria
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N and Hartley 89304N Limit: 20. View
|13 Apr, Sat 10:12AM||Botany Cemetery – La Perouse + Fran’s Farewell|
|(Jean’s Group) Ailsa C.|
|Explore historic cemetery then through coastal reserves to La Perouse. Lunch: Fran’s annual farewell at Danny’s Fish’N’Chips. Bus return to city. View|
|13 Apr, Sat 8:30AM||Kangaroo Valley|
|Walk from Jacks Corner on fire trails though eucalypt forests, cross Yarrunga Creek to Griffins Farm and return. Lunch at Griffins Farm open area. Views of Kangaroo Valley landscape. Creek crossing. Limit: 16. View|
|13 Apr, Sat 8:45AM||Springwood Circuit|
|Springwood Station to Sassafras Gully, Perch Ponds, Martins Lookout and return to Springwood via Magdala Creek Track. Swim possible or detour to Psalm Rock. Short section of slippery rocks and rough tracks.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Springwood 90304S View
|14 Apr, Sun 9:29AM||Barrenjoey to Gerringong : Section 5|
|Grade:3/6||Length||25km||1,000m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|North Bondi to La Perouse. Incorporating the soon to be world famous Manly to Bondi Walk, we have planned a series of bi-weekly walks from Barrenjoey to Gerringong. Come join us in this historic & epic adventure. 10 walkers took part in 17 km 460 m elevation Section 4 part 2 walk. This week we are walking from North Bondi to La Perouse. Walk as much or as little as you wish. There are various exit points. Slippery and wet sections.
Map: Botany Bay 91303S Limit: 15. View
|14 Apr, Sun 8:00AM||Blue Top & Conjola Creek Tributaries|
|We will walk out along Blue Top Fire trail, then descend to a tributary of Conjola Creek where we will have morning tea beside a pretty pool. Then look for a way up and out via an unnamed creek. We will end up near cars on Martins Ridge Road. Very rough with several rock scrambles. Most of the walk is off-track. Early start.
Map: Tianjara 89271S Limit: 10. View
|14 Apr, Sun 9:00AM||Narrabeen Lagoon Secrets Revealed|
|For the first time, we are going to circumnavigate Narrabeen Lagoon by kayak - from the Western Basin to the outlet by the Ocean Street Bridge and back again. There is so much to experience (bring your lunch - we'll find a lovely place to take a break). Swim the lagoon from a clean sandy beach or take a plunge in the ocean or nearby rock pool, visit an island in the middle of the lagoon we've never been to before, explore Deep Creek in all its glory, hear about the Royal Family's connection with Middle Creek, be close enough to photograph the over 100 Black Swans that have made the lagoon their home. Plus, find out why Narrabeen Lagoon was a centre of Aboriginal settlement, be amazed at the lagoon's pre-World War 2 German connection and tell us whether you like the idea of an “aquatic walkway” jutting out into the waterway. Start at 9am, finish round 3pm. Hire a quality kayak for just $98pp. No previous kayaking experience necessary, tuition given. Only 8 places remain. Grade easy. Led by former Friends of Narrabeen Lagoon Catchment President and long-time NPA member, Tony Carr. To register phone 0417 502 056 or email email@example.com. View|
|15 Apr, Mon 9:12AM||Lincoln Rock|
|Darwins Walk to Lincoln Rock. Some rough sections.
Map: Katoomba 89301S View
|15 Apr, Mon||Newnes Galleries|
|Park at Little Capertee Creek Camping Ground and walk up Cathedral Canyon. Once on top, explore the area to the east and north east, named Newnes Galleries on a previous walk. It contains spectacular rock formations. Return the same way. Scrambling and exposure. Partly exploratory.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S View
|16 Apr, Tue 10:43AM||Coalcliff to Scarborough/Wombarra|
|(Jean’s Group) Maurice F.|
|Walk via Sea Cliff Bridge. Swimming possible. Train return to Sydney. View|
|16 Apr, Tue 9:15AM||Middle Head|
|Walk via Beauty Point, The Spit Reserve, Balmoral Beach, Middle Head to Chowder Bay. Bus return to city. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. Steep sections, steps, some bush tracks with rough & rocky surfaces. Moderate pace. View|
|16 Apr, Tue 9:30AM||Patons Fire Trail|
|Grade:2/6||Length||9km||150m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Patons Fire Trail meanders through forest to a lookout over Bundanoon Creek. Return by the same route. Rough track, unfenced cliff edges.
Location: Meryla State Forest
Map: Bundanoon 89281S Limit: 20. View
|17 Apr, Wed 8:00PM||Exploring the Hacking River|
|Southern Sydney Branch|
|A photographic exploration of the Hacking River Catchment, the waterway at the heart of Royal National Park. We’ll follow the water from the top of the catchment to the sea, stopping along the way at a few of my favourite places such as Bola Creek, Karloo Pools, Lady Carrington Drive and Shiprock Aquatic Reserve. Guest speaker Gary Dunnett Executive Officer of the NPA. View|
|17 Apr, Wed 10:07AM||Point Clare to Gosford|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|WOW (Worn Out Walkers) level ramble. Option to extend. View|
|17 Apr, Wed 9:00AM||Tabourie to Stokes Island|
|Park near Tabourie Fireshed. Walk to Stokes Island along trail behind sand dunes. Return via beach. Coffee in Ulladulla.
Map: Tabourie 89272S View
|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
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