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|10 Oct, Sat 9:00AM||Six Foot Track: Megalong Cemetery to the Coxs River|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Fully Booked) This is always a delightful walk and to me the best part of the Six Foot Track.
Location: Blackheath Limit: 12. View
|11-16 Oct, Sun-Fri||Camp Kosciuszko NP|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||300m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(NEW!!!) (Fully Booked) Camp at Sawpit Caravan Park. Rough tracks, unfenced lookouts, steep climbs, slippery rocks.
Location: Kosciuszko NP
Map: Rules Point 86264S Limit: 15. View
|11 Oct, Sun 9:00AM||Harbour Circle: Part 1 Circular Quay to Greenwich|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Nearly fully booked) Due to popular demand, the Harbour Circle, first posted in 2018, is returning for a second round. This is Part 1 of a 60 km, four-day walk, circling Sydney Harbour with the Sydney Harbour and Gladesville Bridges as its eastern and western points. This is a magnificent walk focusing on the Harbour itself – the expanse of water, the bridges, islands, urban bushland and city skyline. The route winds along parts of the foreshore, into bays and on to headlands, through bush, along historic streets and over grand bridges. Part 1 starts from Circular Quay and finishes at Greenwich Wharf. Due to Covid, we'll avoid the walk across the Harbour Bridge and take a ferry from Circular Quay to Milsons Point to start walk. View Esther's future walks
CBM Part 2
Some slippery sections.
Location: Sydney Harbour
Map: Walking Coastal Sydney Limit: 12. View
|11 Oct, Sun 8:00AM||The Great Ocean Walk|
|Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Cancelled) Cancelled due to Covid
Location: Apollo Bay View
|12 Oct, Mon||Botany Bay Coastal Walk|
|Renate Wood will be our guest leader on this walk. We follow the wild coastline south from Kurnell to Cronulla on a combination that includes bush tracks, rocky cliff tops and sandy beaches. The views are first class and hopefully the Flannel flowers will be out in full splendour. We may see some whales as they head south too. Rough track in places, obstacles and walking some distance on sand at times. Fairly exposed.
Location: Kamay Botany Bay NP
Map: Port Hacking 91294N and Botany Bay 91303S Limit: 12. View
|12 Oct, Mon 9:22AM||Katoomba ramble|
|(Allan’s Group) Janet R.|
|Katoomba Station, Explorers Tree, Norths Lookout, Peckmans and Cahills Lookouts, Golf course, part of Catalina circuit, Katoomba Station. Great views if weather is clear. Please provide all contact details and NPA#. Rough, a few roads.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 15. View
|13 Oct, Tue||Bundanoon|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||300m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Fully Booked) Walks to Erith Coal Mine, Lovers Walk, lookouts. Rough track, some off-track, steep climbs, slippery rocks.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Bundanoon 89281S View
|13-18 Oct, Tue-Sun||Ulladulla|
|(Fully Booked) Six day walks out from the base at Ulladulla, including Lake Conjola, Sussex Inlet, Berrara Creek, Tianjara Falls, Bendalong and Jervis Bay. Length 5-16km. Cabin accommodation at Ulladulla (from 12th) and car sharing. COVID rules apply to accommodation, car sharing and socialising. Limit: 20. View|
|14 Oct, Wed 10:00AM||Gerringong to Kiama|
|(Fully Booked) A nice and easy walk along the coast past several beaches, rolling hills and scenic headlands. Could start the walk with coffee at a café in Gerringong and end up in beautiful Kiama for a beer! We will be passing through a less famous blowhole before reaching the famous Kiama blowhole towards the end of the walk.
Map: Kiama 90281S Limit: 12. View
|14 Oct, Wed 9:07AM||Manly Dam|
|(Leader Changed) View|
|14 Oct, Wed 11:45AM||Walkers get together|
|(Allan’s Group) Mal|
|(Cancelled) Get together for Monday walkers who might be out of action, slowing down or just want to sit and chat. Lunch at O'Donohues Irish Pub, 90 Great Western Highway, Emu Plains. View|
|15 Oct, Thu||Disused Darling Harbour Goods Line to Circular Quay|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Explore disused railway heritage area, now a walking link, as far as the Powerhouse Museum. Venture past the new BVN-designed City of Sydney Library, known as the “beehive”, in Darling Square. We then venture to Darling Harbour, King Street Wharf and on to Barangaroo along the newly opened section in front of the new casino.
Booking is mandatory as is the ability to demonstrate a distance of 1.5 m. Hazards include viruses and food delivery bicycles.
Location: City of Sydney
Map: City of Sydney Limit: 8. View
|16 Oct, Fri 8:00AM||Blaxland to Faulconbridge|
|Starting from Blaxland Station, along Florabella Pass and then across Glenbrook Creek and Bullant Track to Lost World, then down across Glenbrook Creek to Perch Ponds and then along Victory Track, passing Clarinda Fall to Faulconbridge Station. Steep and slippery sections, fallen tress and creek crossings.
Location: Blue Mountains NP Limit: 12. View
|16 Oct, Fri||Glen Trig|
|Early start. From the Glen Davis Camping Ground, climb to the top of Glen Trig via the canyon route. Return the same way. Stunning views of the Wolgan and Capertee Valleys. Exploratory. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Mount Morgan 89311S and Gospers Mountain 89311N View
|16 Oct, Fri 9:29AM||Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads: Section 7: Rushcutters Bay to Watsons Bay|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||160m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Nearly fully booked) Co-leader: Heather Lakiss. We will walk from Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads in sections. This week we walk from Rushcutters Bay to Watsons Bay along the water front. Attractions : Double Bay Beach; Exclusive suburb of Point Piper; Rose Bay Foreshore; Strickland House; Nielsen Park; Vaucluse House; Palsley Bay Reserve; Gibsons Beach. The walk ends at Watsons Bay where you can have Fish and Chips at the famouse Doyles and have a swim; Ferry ride across the beautiful Sydney Harbour with million-dollar views.
View Esther's future walks
CBM Part 2
Observe social distancing. Bring hand sanitizer. Steep and slippery sections.
Location: Watsons Bay
Map: Watsons Bay Limit: 13. View
|17-18 Oct, Sat-Sun||Pagoda Spring Tour|
|Option #1: Destination Pagoda Circuit - tbc 4 to 5 hour drive with short and medium walks. Dobbs Drift Lookout, Marangaroo Creek South, Lost City Lookout site, lunch and guided tour of Marangaroo Swamp by expert ecologists. Broad Swamp and ‘Temple of Doom’ if time and road condition permits. OR Option #2: Angus Place Circuit - tbc 4 to 5 hours walking. Twin Gully Swamp in a pre-mined state. See damage caused by mining at East Wolgan or Carne West Swamps. Stop at Birds Rock and then Wolgan Falls - both threatened by longwall mining. Route and sites depend of road condition on day. Time: 10:30am for 11am sharp departure. Finish 6pm. Meet: Lithgow Visitor Information Centre car park, 1137 Great Western Hwy, Lithgow. Recommended: 4 wheel drive and all wheel drive SUV (limit of 4 to a car). Car pooling: Please indicate if you can car pool, or need a lift. BYO: Bring your own morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, drinking water (do not share food or water). Wear good walking shoes & bring wet weather gear. COVID plan: Keep > 1.5 metres apart; only 4 to a car; BYO hand sanitizer; wear masks; if you are sick, unwell, have COVID19 symptoms, or awaiting COVID19 test results, you are not permitted to join event; install COVIDSafe App. Strictly limited numbers: Maximum of 20 people for each tour. Essential bookings: https://www.gardensofstone.org.au Optional: Self organised car camping on Newnes Plateau. Contact Keith Muir 0412 791 404 For more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0428 860 623. View|
|17 Oct, Sat 7:30AM||Pantoneys Crown via Baal Bone Point|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Rising majestically from the Capertee Valley, Pantoneys Crown is an impressive site from any angle and on this walk via the rugged and spectacular Baal Bone Point we will enjoy the superlative views this mesa affords those who scale its heights. Rock scrambling and off-track walking.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S View
|17 Oct, Sat||Wanganderry Pass Fire Trail to the escarpment|
|Grade:4/6||Length||12km||500m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(NEW!!!) (Fully Booked) This walk is along the first part of the Bonnum Pic track. Leaving the fire trail there are a couple of steep gullies to negotiate before joining an old fire trail and then a bush track leading to the escarpment. Wildflowers are prolific and the view spectacular. Steep rough track, slippery creek crossing, fallen trees, unfenced cliff edges
Location: Nattai NP
Map: Hilltop 8929-2N Limit: 16. View
|18 Oct, Sun 9:05AM||Harbour Circle: Part 2 Greenwich to Woolwich|
|Grade:3/6||Length||15km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Nearly fully booked) This is Part 2 of a 60 km, four-day walk, circling Sydney Harbour with the Sydney Harbour and Gladesville Bridges as its eastern and western points. Walk starts from Greenwich Point Wharf to Woolwich Wharf. This is a magnificent walk focusing on the Harbour itself – the expanse of water, the bridges, islands, urban bushland and city skyline. The route winds along parts of the foreshore, into bays and on to headlands, through bush, along historic streets and over grand bridges. Bring water, snacks and lunch. Optional drink at the pub. Some slippery sections. View Esther's future walks
CBM Part 2
Steep and slippery sections
Social distancing to be practised
Location: Sydney Harbour
Map: Sydney Harbour Limit: 12. View
|19 Oct, Mon||Baulkham Hills Heritage Trail|
|(NEW!!!) This walk follows the parks and bushland along Quarry and Toongabie Creeks where some of the earliest settlers set up fruit orchards. We will also visit the Rose garden at Roxborough Park. It will be led by guest leader Renate Wood. Some uneven track surfaces with road and creek crossings.
Location: Baulkham Hills
Map: Prospect 90302N Limit: 14. View
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