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|15 Nov, Fri 9:00AM||Winifred Falls|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Cancelled) PARK CLOSED DUE TO FIRE RISK. While we will follow the track from Audley to Winifred Falls and Anice Falls we will also do some exploring beyond the regular route. We will include the South West Arm. Be prepared
Location: Royal National Park
Map: Port Hacking 91294N Limit: 10. View
|16 Nov, Sat 8:00AM||Caves Beach to Red Ochre Beach|
|If you like coastal cruising with the odd swim and snorkel included then this is the walk for you as we saunter along the littoral zone from the scenic Caves Beach, heading south and passing another dozen or so beaches along the way to finish up near Red Ochre sands. Expect rock shelves, colourful heathlands and enough time out to enjoy this magnificent coastline. Rock scrambling in a couple of places.
Location: Munmorah SCA
Map: Swansea 92314N and Catherine Hill Bay 92314S Limit: 15. View
|16 Nov, Sat 9:40AM||Cowan to Brooklyn|
|(Cancelled) This is a popular section of the Great North Walk, with scenery ranging from foreshore to ridge top lookouts. We will follow the Great North Walk from Cowan Station down to the picturesque Jerusalem Bay, then climb up over a series of ridges before descending into Brooklyn. This walk is a great one-way trip from station to station with numerous water views, including a circumnavigation of Brooklyn Dam whilst enjoying a wonderful diversity of flora along the way.
Map: Hawkesbury Limit: 12. View
|16 Nov, Sat 10:00AM||Meadowbank Wharf – Rhodes|
|(Jean’s Group) Sandra C.|
|Walk part 3 of 6 parts. Walk Ryde Bridge, street walking to Brays Bay and foreshore paths at Rhodes Park and Kokoda Memorial Track. Mainly flat walking with close river views. Water available and dropout points. Coffee options. Train return from Rhodes. Joint walk with WEA Ramblers. View|
|16 Nov, Sat||Point Green and Wolgan Falls|
|This is a walk in another spectacular, unprotected part of the Gardens of Stone region, currently under threat. We will visit Point Green and the Wolgan Falls, starting and finishing on Sunnyside Ridge Road. Find out why this area must be protected for future generations. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Newnes SF
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N View
|17 Nov, Sun 8:00AM||Clyde Gorge Scenic Stroll & Sausage Sizzle|
|From the Bhundoo Cottages, follow Clyde River along Deadmans Gulch Road upstream into the Clyde Gorge for a sausage-sizzle lunch and real billy tea near a quiet bend in the river. There is a great swimming hole if it is hot. Return by the same route. Two river crossings. BYO bread and cup.
Map: Corang 89273N Limit: 10. View
|18 Nov, Mon 9:54AM||Pulpit Rock to Fairy Bower|
|Pulpit Rock, Witches Glen, Ferris Cave, Grotto and Fairy Bower. Rough track in places.
Location: Mount Victoria
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N and Hartley 89304N Limit: 20. View
|19 Nov, Tue 7:00PM||Discover The Great West Walk|
|General Community Event|
|Have you discovered Sydney’s brand new 65-kilometre walk? Discover The Great West Walk at the Bushwalking NSW General Meeting. We bet you’ll find something new and accessible by public-transport too in this presentation by Ian Napier, President of The Walking Volunteers! Hear how they amazingly achieved the mapping and coordination of a new walk through Sydney called The Great West Walk. Great North and South Walks Did you know that Garry McDougall created The Great North Walk along with Leigh Shearer Heriot? They put 7 years into finding, mapping and promoting the Great North Walk to local councils. The walk idea was initiated by Leigh's desire to walk the length of the Lane Cove river valley. Garry liked the idea and thought, why not go all the way to Newcastle? Garry is now working on a Great South Walk from Sydney to Canberra. Another reason to seek him out at 7pm Tuesday night, 19th November at Redfern Town Hall Small Hall on the top floor. View|
|19 Nov, Tue 8:59AM||Oatley Park|
|Walk from Como Station to Oatley Station via streets, reserves, bushtracks, fire trails, steep sections. Moderate pace. Carry morning tea, lunch & water for the day. View|
|19 Nov, Tue 9:30AM||Red Track Circuit|
|Grade:4/6||Length||11km||700m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Leader Changed) This walk follows the track through forest, along creeks and beneath the M5 Motorway. The Nattai River and Gibbergunyah Creek are crossed on the way. There are views and waterfalls along the route. Rough track, steep steps, slippery rocks and 4 creek crossings.
Location: Mt Alexander NR
Map: Mittagong 89292S Limit: 15. View
|19 Nov, Tue 10:59AM||Tambourine Bay – Longueville – Northwood|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|Streets, parks, steps, bush tracks, ups & downs, lots of lovely water views. Drop out point available at lunchtime. Bus return to city / Lane Cove shops (coffee stop). View|
|20 Nov, Wed 9:30AM||Paddington to Kings Cross|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Bob S.|
|WOW. Ramble 4 km. Options to extend. View|
|22 Nov, Fri||Green Gully Cliff Walk|
|From Newnes follow the Pipeline Track to the saddle at approximately GR 447 274. Leave the track and head north along the cliff edge for about 2.5 km to GR 437 295 and then attempt to walk out to the end of the spur at GR 435 300. Possible return via Petries Gully. Exploratory sections. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S and Mount Morgan 89311S View
|22 Nov, Fri 8:35AM||Perrys Lookdown|
|(Cancelled) Perrys Lookdown to Blackheath Station via Blue Gum Forest. Steep down, poor track in sections. Lots of steps. Creek crossings. Steep up. Lots of steps.
Map: Mt Wilson and Katoomba Limit: 12. View
|23 Nov, Sat 3:00PM||Destination Pagoda Fundraiser Bush Dance & Music|
|General Community Event|
|Come and celebrate with the Lithgow community their ‘Destination Pagoda’ vision – that offers the Lithgow community a future as an eco-tourism destination to celebrate its internationally unique sandstone pagoda landscape – the Gardens of Stone. Food available for sale. BYO Alcohol. Bookings at www.TICKETEBO.com.au. Funds raised will support Destination Pagoda Visitors Plan for Gardens of Stone. View|
|23 Nov, Sat 10:30AM||Wollemi National Park: Day Walks from Newnes – Part 2 book|
|General Community Event|
|We would like to invite you to the launch of our new book, Wollemi National Park: Day Walks from Newnes - Part 2. It contains an abridged social history of Newnes and two sections of exciting bushwalks - spectacular cliffs and rock formations, and astonishing slots and passes. Come and find out about our favourite walking destinations, like The Labyrinth, Wolgan Guardian and Minotaur Point, and get a glimpse of a unique collection of historic photographs, which is going to be shown for the first time. View|
|24 Nov, Sun||Gerringong Coast Circuit|
|A circuit walk exploring the beaches, headlands and rock platforms around Gerringong. Joint walk with Illawarra Ramblers. Limit: 20. View|
|24 Nov, Sun 8:30AM||Steamers Beach – Blacks Waterhole Circuit|
|Circuit walk through forests and heathland visiting Steamers beach, Brooks Lookout, Blacks Waterhole, Blacks Harbour and Kittys Beach. Fee payable per car into Booderee NP. Meet leader at Bewong rest area.
Map: Sussex Inlet 90274S View
|25 Nov, Mon 8:15AM||Emu Plains to Glenbrook|
|A walk with a difference. Walk along the WEST side of the Nepean River towards Leonay. Look for water dragons. Through Leonay Oval to Knapsack viaduct and along the top track of the old ZigZag railway. Elizabeths Lookout, Marges Lookout, down to Lennox Bridge, then to Glenbrook, option to walk around Glenbrook Lagoon. A few rough tracks.
Map: Penrith 90303N View
|25 Nov, Mon 8:45AM||Narrabeen to Manly|
|Walk vie the beaches. North Narrabeen to Collaroy (3km of sand walking), Long Reef, Dee Why, Curl Curl, Freshwater, Queenscliff, Manly. Joint walk with Bush Club.
Location: Northern Beaches
Map: Walking Coastal Sydney Limit: 15. View
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