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23 Sep, Wed 9:11AM Belrose to Narrabeen
Grade:3/6 Length 12km Sydney Branch
Mike P.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(Cancelled) Belrose to Narrabeen via Deep Creek & Garigal NP. Walk follows Slippery Dip Track and Deep Creek mainly downhill to Narrabeen Lagoon. Varied flora and lovely waterfalls. Leader Mike Pickles 0419 236 939 (day of walk only) 98847428. Eroded bush tracks, fire trails. View

23 Sep, Wed 9:48AM Duffy’s Forest (Kuringai Chase NP)
Grade:3/6 Length 11km Sydney Branch
Gerald H.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(NEW!!!) (Fully Booked) A fairly flat walk on Cowan and Long trails. Lots of flowers incl. Waratahs. Limit: 15. View

23 Sep, Wed Mermaids Pool & Tahmoor Gorge
Grade:4/6 Length 12km  400m Southern Highlands Branch
Mike M.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPhotography | A trip that has a strong focus on encouraging people to capture photographs.Medium / Hard walk along Bargo River via Potholes Track to Diesel Pass and on to See Thru Pool then Mermaids Pool. Then up to Matilda Track to a series of lookouts. We will then drop down Rosies Pass into and along Tahmoor Gorge for lunch. From the bottom of the gorge we will head upstream to Jacks Pass. Covid safe distancing & hand sanitizer etc to be observed. Steep uneven track, unfenced cliffs, slippery water crossing.
Location: Tahmoor
Map: Bargo 90293N and Picton 90294S Limit: 14. View

23 Sep, Wed 8:35AM Patonga to Woy Woy
Grade:3/6 Length 16km  500m Sydney Branch
Marilyn C.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(NEW!!!) Start along the shoreline at Patonga and walk in beautiful bushland in Brisbane Water National Park. Enjoy spring flowers including waratahs and native rose. Enjoy water views of the Hawkesbury, Broken Bay and Woy Woy Bay. Comfortable pace. Finish at Woy Woy Station. http://wildwalks.com/bushwalking-and-hiking-in-nsw/brisbane-water-national- Steep tracks, rocky, slippery creek crossings.
Map: Gosford 91312S and Broken Bay 91301N Limit: 10. View

23 Sep, Wed 6:00AM Submarine Rock
Grade:3/6 Length 13km  380m Southern Sydney Branch
Sheila W
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(NEW!!!) (Cancelled) Starting from Bell Railway Station, walk along the ridge line extending out the the cliff line overlooking the Wollangambe River to Submarine Rock and back. May see a display of Waratahs along the way. Steep and slippery sections and some rock scrambling.
Location: Bell Limit: 10. View

23 Sep, Wed 7:20PM The Effect of subsidence from long wall coal mining on the ecology and water quality of streams and AGM
Southern Sydney Branch
Brian E.
Talk | A talk or slide show presentation.It has been a trying year and we have not been able to hold Branch meetings in person though we have at least been able to get together on bushwalks. I guess I should be pleased for small mercies.
We had hoped to hold a Branch meeting in person on September 23rd in our old venue but to maximise numbers we are deciding to attempt a Zoom meeting. Our guest speaker will be Catherine Cunningham.
Catherine Cunningham will give a well-illustrated address on The Effect of subsidence from long wall coal mining on the ecology and water quality of streams. Catherine will clearly illustrate how the careful use of scientific methodology can tease out answers to important questions regarding possible risks from this modern form of coal mining that has replaced the former border and pillar style mining which left much coal intact for safety purposes. The research was conducted under the auspices of Sydney Water and University of Canberra.
Tune in to Zoom at the following link by 7:20 pm on 23rd September for what should be a fascinating evening. If you have not yet used Zoom we will give you a few pointers to guide you before the presentation begins. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86191730979
Incidentally, this is also our AGM and at this meeting we will be seeking the new office holders. We must select a President, a Treasurer, an Honorary Secretary and four State Councillors. Traditionally we also select a Vice President, a Newsletter editor, an Activities Coordinator and confirm our Executive team. If you have always dreamed of taking on a role please consider and do not be shy. View

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