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|17 Sep, Tue 9:08AM||Royal NP|
|This a Grade 4 walk (all on tracks) involving rock scrambling, rough eroded tracks, steep & rocky terrain, creek crossings (can be slippery). Walk from Waterfall Station, via Uloola & Karloo Tracks & a long steep climb out to Heathcote Station. Moderate pace. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. View|
|18 Sep, Wed||Blaxland to Glenbrook|
|From Blaxland Station locate and follow Pippas Pass. Descend steep section to cross Glenbrook Creek and then ascend initially steep then gradually following a faint sometimes overgrown track to St Helena Fire Trail. Now descend along ridge to the Duck Hole. Cross Glenbrook Creek again and follow a variety of tracks and paths to Glenbrook. Cliff edges, loose rocky areas and creek crossings.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Penrith 90303N and Springwood 90304S View
|18 Sep, Wed 9:30AM||Kings Cross to City|
|(WOW) Ramble from Kings Cross to city. View|
|19 Sep, Thu 10:09AM||Field of Mars Wildlife Refuge|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|(NEW!!!) Circuit walk of Wallumatta Nature Reserve then we walk to Field of Mars Wildlife Refuge. Walk mostly downhill on bush tracks (expected to be muddy) then along boardwalk to lunch spot (only toilets on the walk). Hopefully lots of wildflowers out. Exit to bus stop via boardwalk and steps (uphill). Bus return to City / Macquarie Centre (coffee stop).
Location: Wallumatta NR View
|19 Sep, Thu 9:00AM||Landing Lights|
|Grade:1/6||Length||2km||10m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|A morning photographic session in this remnant wetland near Rockdale. Limit: 10. View|
|20 Sep, Fri 9:55AM||Ikara Head|
|Ikara Head and Girraween Cave. Cross Ikara Gully and find way up to ridge. Return to cars by trail along ridge. Steep track down to cave. Some off-track.
Location: Mount Victoria
Map: Mt Wilson Limit: 15. View
|21 Sep, Sat||Cycle M7|
|Cycle from Casula to Rooty Hill along the M7 and return - 50kms return, we will have an enjoyable lunch at Rooty Hill Pub, then return to Casula. This is a fun and safe ride along the dedicated cycle path. View|
|21 Sep, Sat 10:13AM||Rydalmere Wharf – Silverwater – Rhodes|
|(Jean’s Group) Sandra C.|
|Parramatta River crossing. Walk part 1 of 6 parts. Walk Silverwater and Bennelong Bridges, foreshore paths both sides of river, some suburban streets. Mainly flat walking with close river views. Water available and dropout points. Coffee options. Train return from Rhodes. Joint walk with WEA Ramblers. View|
|21 Sep, Sat||Witches Watch, Hecates Cauldron and Tara Point|
|Park the vehicles at around GR 306 175 on the branch road off the Bicentennial National Trail. Follow the Great Dividing Range north to Gordian Knot and then to Witches Watch, a spectacular lookout above Hecates Cauldron. From here, descend into the Cauldron and explore it underneath the cliff lines and also above, amidst “the bubbles”. Visit the Tower of Hope and other attractions. Descend into the headwaters of Baal Bone Creek, cross the valley and climb up through Tara Slot onto Tara Point. More amazing views. From here, move up to the ridge and re-connect with the vehicles. Unbelievable views, rock formations and pagodas. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Ben Bullen SF and Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S and Cullen Bullen 89313N View
|22 Sep, Sun 9:00AM||Bushwalker Track Working Bee|
|Tasks to be carried during out the day under the guidance of NPWS staff. Morning tea and lunch will be eaten on the track and we will regroup at about 2:30pm for afternoon tea at the car park.
Map: Tianjara 89271S View
|22 Sep, Sun 8:00AM||Gerringong to Kiama|
|Grade:3/6||Length||17km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Come and enjoy this delightful rural coastline. It might be 17 km but there is enough time to stop and soak in the views.
Location: Kiama Coast
Map: Kiama 90281S Limit: 12. View
|22 Sep, Sun 7:47AM||Oxfam Trail: Section 5 and 6|
|Grade:4/6||Length||24km||600m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Led by Bob Crispin, who has done the 100 km Oxfam Trail many times. RSVP essential. The 100km trail features the well-known Great North Walk and the Harbour to Hawkesbury Walking Track in the beautiful bushland of northern Sydney. Section 5 starts from St Ives Showground. Section 6 starts from Frenches Forest Showground. We finish at Davidson Park. Bring snacks and drinks. Steep and slippery sections.
Map: St Ives Limit: 15. View
|22 Sep, Sun 9:45AM||Wildflowers Walk|
|Grade:3/6||Length||11km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Patonga to Umina. Wildflowers are especially abundant in our Parks this year. On this walk, we will see many Waratahs, Grevillea Speciosa, Boronias, Dillwynia, Banksia, Wattles, Pea Flower, Epacris, Rice Flower, Christmas Bells, Hardenbergia and more. Bonuses are beautiful old trees, Grass trees, magnificent sandstones, waterviews to the Barrenjoey and Lion Island, visiting Pearl Beach and Patonga beach. We will also take a circuit bus ride at Patonga to see the township before setting off on our walk. Some steep and slippery sections. Where we walk to Umina from Pearl Beach along the water edge, there is a sign to say "Walk at own risk" as we have to walk next to a Rockface.
Location: Brisbane Water NP
Map: Brisbane Waters National Park Limit: 15. View
|23 Sep, Mon 9:22AM||Old Sewerage Farm|
|Walk to Three Sisters. Descend Giant Stairway. Walk down to Sublime Point Trail from Dardanelles and Federal Passes. Walk through the open area that was the Sewerage Farm and follow track up to Leura Cascades. Steep sections. Some metal stairways are narrow for your foot and can be slippery.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 20. View
|24 Sep, Tue 9:00AM||Parma Creek Mountain-Bike|
|Led by Herbert Frey & Leslie Reddacliff. Ride on gravel roads and fire trails (some quite steep and stony) to visit waterfalls on Parma Creek and its tributaries. Small section of bitumen on Turpentine Road on the way back.
Map: Sassafras 89271N, Nowra 90283S, and Huskisson 90274N View
|24 Sep, Tue 9:16AM||Parramatta Park & Lake|
|Walk to Parramatta Park, then via streets to Lake Parramatta Reserve for a circuit walk on bushtracks with creek crossings, rough tracks, steps. Moderate pace. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. At finish a bus to Parramatta Station. View|
|24 Sep, Tue 8:02AM||Spit to Manly|
|Grade:3/6||250m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Sue Ann M.|
|Scenic walk through bush and coast with lovely views of Middle Harbour and Sydney Harbour. Quite a few steep steps and descent to Manly. Hurried pace in order to catch 4pm train home. A lovely walk in the middle of suburbia. Even walk, few rocks and up and down bush track.
Location: Sydney Harbour Limit: 12. View
|24 Sep, Tue 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, coffee at Panania, train to city. View|
|24 Sep, Tue 8:00AM||Tempe Wetlands|
|Grade:1/6||Length||3km||20m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Date Changed) A morning photography session in and around Tempe Wetlands and incorporating parts of Wolli Creek and the Cooks River. Limit: 10. View|
|25 Sep, Wed 8:00PM||Documentary Screening: Cultivating Murder|
|Southern Sydney Branch|
|Filmmaker Gregory Miller began making the documentary Cultivating Murder soon after the murder of OE&H compliance officer, Glen Turner near Moree in 2014. The film follows the murder trial and conviction of Ian Turnbull, a major rural producer form Croppa Creek. It also reveals the large scale illegal land clearing that was taking place at the time, and questions whether the amount of land in NSW under cultivation is already too much. At the time of the court case the NSW Government set about changing the entire environmental legislation and introduced the new Bio Diversity Act, which is largely based on self assessment principals which are not beneficial for the environment and biodiversity in the state. The screening of the film will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker. View|
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