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|5 Sep, Sat 8:00AM||Russells Needle and return|
|Rising steeply from the Nattai River valley, Russells Needle is as its name would imply a precipitous spire-like peak protected by its impressive cliff lines but with superb views once you reach the top! Access is via Slott Way and some offtrack walking along the Nattai with a scramble to the top also offtrack. Rock scrambling and offtrack walking in parts.
Location: Nattai NP
Map: Hilltop 8929-2N Limit: 15. View
|6 Sep, Sun||Waratahs|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||400m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Meet at Clarence Station and drive to start of the walk. In 2015, I saw thousands of waratahs. It's because it was after a bushfire. We had bushfires again this year. So hopefully, we'll see many waratahs.
Map: Clarence Limit: 10. View
|8 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Boxvale Track|
|Grade:3/6||Length||11km||450m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|A circuit walk which includes the old tramway track, tunnel and lookout giving views towards the Blue Mountains. Rough tracks, creek crossings, and some steep sections.
Location: Mt Alexander NR
Map: Mittagong 89292S Limit: 12. View
|9 Sep, 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|
|12 Sep, Sat||Mt Airly tramway trail and the Towers|
|This walk includes something for everyone such as loads of history from an old settlement,plenty of rock scrambling around the beautiful pagodas plus an old tramway and superlative views over this rugged and interesting region west of lithgow. Rock scrambling and some off track walking
Location: Mugii Murum-ban SCA
Map: Glen Alice 89314N Limit: 15. View
|13 Sep, Sun 9:45AM||Waratahs|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|We walk from Patonga to Umina. We'll see many waratahs, as well as native orchids and other wildflowers. We'll also visit Elephant Rock and the Postman's trail. Steep and slippery sections.
Map: Patonga Wharf Limit: 10. View
|15 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Griffiths Track|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|A circuit walk through varied vegetation including forest and open heathland. A short detour to a lookout gives views along the coast. There are many birds and a lovely lunch spot by the creek. Rough track, slippery rocks and creek crossing.
Location: Barren Grounds NR
Map: Robertson 9028-4N Limit: 20. View
|18-20 Sep, Fri-Sun||Car Camping Trip Mt Wilson|
|(Fully Booked) Camping at Cathedral Reserve Campground or staying in cottages at Mt Wilson in the Blue Mountains. Three days of walking nearby. Boronia Point walk 4.6km – grade 2; Zircon Creek Walk and Happy Valley Walk – grade 3; Sunday Spur and Bogey Holes Walk 13km – grade 3. Cathedral Reserve Campground is a large grassy open space with plenty of room for tents, campervans and small motorhomes. Own transport is required, may be options for sharing cars depending on availability. Driving to walks will be shared amongst drivers and club rates will apply for passengers. For itinerary and more information contact Adrian Jones. Limit: 20. View|
|19-20 Sep, Sat (08:15AM)-Sun (17:00PM)||Cycle Chipping Norton to Windsor and return|
|On Saturday 19 September we will be meeting at Ascot Drive, Chippington Norton, 8:15am for an 8:30 start. Cycling mostly on quiet roads and bike paths to Canley Vale for coffee, then on bike paths to the M7 cycle way, then to Rooty Hill Pub for lunch (or BYO). Continue to Richmond Road cycle path, then onto Windsor. I have booked a room at the Windsor Hotel, 54 George Street, Windsor. Best to book your accommodation early, after contacting leader. Local Pub for dinner (possibility of a band Saturday night). Sunday 20 September, Windsor Mall Markets from 9am, departing Windsor approx. 10am. ""Picnic lunch"" on the way back. Returning to Chipping Norton between 4 - 5pm. Limited numbers. Approx. 65 kms each way. A social weekend away. View|
|19-20 Sep, Sat-Sun||Provide First Aid- Two Day|
|General Community Event|
|(Cancelled) The Provide First Aid course (formerly Apply First Aid or Senior First Aid) has two components: Pre-course learning. The pre-course on-line learning is a compulsory part of the course, and must be completed before you attend the face-to-face day. Theory content can be found on this link. This content will be in the theory assessment on the face-to-face day. A 1 day face-to-face session. The focus of the practical day will be practical skills and assessment and a theory exam. There is no specific teaching of theory content on the face-to-face day – it is assumed all participants will have completed the on-line material. For more information follow this link bushwalkingnsw.org.au/first-aid-training/ View|
|20 Sep, Sun 10:03AM||Mt Banks one trail loop|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||400m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|The track leads off to the south from the Bell's Line of Road between Mount Tomah and the Mount Wilson turn-off, and there is a sign indicating Mount Banks. You can park at the end of the road. Walk out to the lookout and return over the top. This is a lovely walk and not too difficult. There are superb views of the Grose Valley at the lookout and wonderful northern views as you come down off Mount Banks. There are many wildflowers at this time of the year. If time allows, we'll visit Mount Tomah to see the beautiful waratahs and proteas on the way back. Slippery sections.
Location: mount Banks Limit: 10. View
|22 Sep, Tue 8:00AM||Sydney Harbour|
|Length||10km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|Sue Ann M.|
|A lovely walk around the coastline from Watsons Bay through parks, around beaches and along cliff tops to North Bondi. Some rough paths and road walking.
Map: Bondi 91302S Limit: 12. View
|27 Sep, Sun 11:00AM||Great North Walk Section 8 :Wondabyne to Mooney Mooney|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||325m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Co-leader: Kevin Cliffe. Starting with a steep climb from Wondabyne Train station you will explore a series of large rock platforms with wide views over the Brisbane Water National Park and visit Scopas Peak. After Scopas walk you cross a few pleasant rocky gullies before crossing Piles Creek on the Phil Houghton suspension foot bridge. Here the walk heads towards Mooney Mooney Creek before walking up to the Mooney Mooney Creek Trackhead on the Old Pacific Hwy. You'll need to bring a car for car shuffling purposes. Be prepared for 1 hour of car shuffling before start of walk.
Esther's future walks Steep and slippery sections. No-touch sign on. Social distancing will be observed. Please bring hand sanitizer. Consider installing Covifsafe app.
Map: Brisbane Waters National Park Limit: 10. View
|29 Sep, Tue 9:30AM||Old Argyle Rd|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||625m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|This is a circuit walk along Old Argyle Road into Penrose State Forest. Circle back through the forest crossing the upper reaches of Paddys River to return to Old Argyle Road. Rough track, creek crossings need sandals or alternative footwear.
Location: Penrose SF
Map: Bundanoon 89281S Limit: 20. View
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