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|26 Feb, Mon 9:42AM||Mt Victoria|
|Wombat Walks series. Fairy Bower walk. Ladders, rough steps, steep sections. Easy walking pace with time to look around. View|
|26 Feb, Mon 9:35AM||Popes Glen|
|(Mal’s Group) Allan P.|
|(Date Changed) Ridgewell Road, Hat Hill Fire Trail, Popes Glen, Govetts Leap Lookout. Creek crossing could be slippery. Some rough sections.
Map: Katoomba and Mount Wilson Limit: 20. View
|27 Feb, Tue 10:07AM||Coogee – Maroubra|
|(Jean’s Group) Fran C.|
|Streets, paths, ups & downs. Swim. Bus return to city from Maroubra. View|
|27 Feb, Tue 10:00AM||Nicholas Pass, Bundanoon|
|Grade:4/6||Length||8km||250m||Southern Highlands Branch|
| Walk involves creek crossings and is very slippery in parts.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Bundanoon 89281S Limit: 8. View
|27 Feb, Tue 9:48AM||Warriewood – Mona Vale|
|Walk to Warriewood Wetlands then across to Narrabeen Head, Turimetta Head to Mona Vale Beach. Bus return to city from Barrenjoey Rd. Carry morning tea, lunch and water for a full day walk. Steep sections, steps, rough bushtrakcs, beaches. Moderate pace. View|
|28 Feb, Wed 8:00PM||Bhutan’s Environmental Successes: What, How and Why|
|Southern Sydney Branch|
|Bhutan is a Buddhist kingdom in the Himalayas’ known for its monasteries, fortresses and dramatic landscapes that range from subtropical plains to steep mountains and valleys. Guest speaker environmental researcher Ross Jeffree PhD. View|
|28 Feb, Wed||Kincumber South to Empire Bay|
|Grade:2/6||Length||10km||Central Coast Branch|
|Walk from Kincumber South to Empire Bay via MacMasters Firetrail. Day walk, 10km on track, firetrail, roads and some hidden places. Easy pace. Bus one way. The ‘missing link’ and last in the series of six walks around Brisbane Water. Extensive mangroves along the shoreline so that we take to the hills to close the loop.
Location: Bouddi NP
Map: Gosford 91312S and Broken Bay 91301N View
|28 Feb, Wed 8:50AM||Taronga Park Zoo – The Spit|
|Relaxed summer walk with swimming opportunities. Walk can be extended to Manly if anyone is keen and weather is suitable.
Location: Sydney Harbour National Park
Map: Walking Coastal Sydney Limit: 15. Best Walk: Sydney Harbour View
|28 Feb, Wed 9:45AM||Watsons Bay – Coogee|
|Walk from Watsons Bay to Coogee Beach via Macquarie Lighthouse, Bondi, Bronte and Clovelly Beaches. Great coastal views and opportunity for a swim. No need to contact leader unless enquiry. Street walking, some steps and hills.
Location: Southern Beaches View
|1 Mar, Thu 10:00AM||Ingleburn Weir|
|Not far, not fast. Easy walk to the Georges River. Stop to enjoy the wildflowers. Take note of a few environmental issues, and note what makes great platypus habitat. Interesting vegetation. Prickly bush, optional gently scramble. Bunyips.
Location: Georges River NP
Map: Liverpool 90302S Limit: 20. View
|1 Mar, Thu 6:00PM||The history of the koala|
|Koalas are internationally recognized as one of Australia’s most iconic animals. Yet few know that in 1919 one million koalas were killed for their furs during a six month open hunting season in Queensland. Learn about the cumulative impacts of over 200 years of hunting and habitat destruction that is now pushing the koala into the danger zone of extinction. What must we do to save this precious Australian animal? Tutor: Janine Kitson. Bookings essential. Contact WEA, SYDNEY Ph: (02) 9264 2781 E: email@example.com www.weasydney.com.au View|
|1 Mar, Thu 10:00AM||Wolli Creek (Bexley North) to Tempe Stations|
|(Jean’s Group) Sue W.|
|Along part of the Two Valley Trail on formed walking tracks and across parklands.
Location: Wolli Creek Regional Park View
|2 Mar, Fri 8:25AM||Euroka Clearing and Portal Waterhole|
|Visit Portal Waterhole. Drive on to Euroka Clearing. From here walk to Nepean River and back. Clay surface on track near Portal Waterhole can be slippery.
Map: Penrith Limit: 15. View
|3-5 Mar, Sat-Mon||Growee Gulf to Goat Mountain in Bylong Labyrinth|
|Note: there is currently an open fire ban in the Wollemi National Park, to be reviewed on 28/02/18. We may only be able to use gas stoves.
Day 1 - Saturday 3 March. Park at Growee Gulf on Bylong Valley Way. Use Deliverance Gully to gain Growee Range, then follow it east to Key Saddle. Descend into Lee Creek for overnight camp. Distance 10km. Day 2 - Sunday 4 March. With day packs, return to Key Saddle, then traverse a tight and convoluted ridge towards Goat Mountain, as far as the time permits, before returning to the camp. Day 3 - Monday 5 March. Make our way back to the cars along Growee Range and down through Wanda Wanda Crater and Gully. Distance 10km. Partly exploratory. Scrambling and exposure. Numbers are strictly limited.
Location: Wollemi NP Limit: 8. View
|3 Mar, Sat 8:48AM||Hat Hill Canyon|
|Hat Hill Canyon has the advantage of being close to Sydney and is superb in parts with wonderfully constricted sections and views aplenty. Rock scrambling and hopping and 1 short rope assisted section.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Mt Wilson Limit: 12. View
|3 Mar, Sat||Little River|
|Walk through eucalypt forests on fire trails following Blue Gum Creek to Little River and return.
Location: Thirlmere Lakes NP Limit: 16. View
|3 Mar, Sat 10:07AM||Narrabeen|
|(Jean’s Group) Dianne E.|
|Narrabeen - Narrabeen Lagoon - North Narrabeen. Streets, paths, mostly flat, water views. Swim at North Narrabeen Rock Pool. Bus return. View|
|4 Mar, Sun 9:00AM||Clean Up Australia|
|Enjoy an easy stroll along Meroo Point Rd and then around the camping area while collecting rubbish as part of the Clean up Australia campaign. Probably time afterwards for a longer walk or a swim if hot?
Map: Tabourie 89272S View
|4-9 Mar, Sun-Fri||Coolah Tops & Mount Kaputar|
|A series of short walks in 2 fantastic parks, each of volcanic origin. Unique landforms and interesting walking. It will be possible to come for one or both parks. Car camping with basic facilities, may be able to get cabins at Mount Kaputar.
Location: Coolah Tops NP and Mount Kaputar NP
Map: Contact leader Limit: 12. View
|4-10 Mar, Sun-Sat||Lake Gordon, Tasmania|
|(Fully Booked) Lake Gordon and the upper reaches of the Gordon River. Isolated and rarely visited. 6 days camping out of kayaks in the South West Tasmania Wilderness. Paddlers need to be competent and equipped for cold weather camping and paddling. Potential cold weather camping and paddling. Some exposed water. PFDs compulsory. Limit: 8. View|
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