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|26-28 Feb, Sat (08:30AM)-Mon (12:00PM)||Kanangra Boyd national park campout|
|Say goodbye to Summer in style with a 3-day campout at Kanangra Boyd National Park, residing at the beautiful Boyd River Camp Ground and with daypacks, exploring some of the nearby waterfalls.
Day 1:Morong Falls to the Kowmung and return. Day 2:Box Creek Falls exploration.
Day 3:Early morning walk to the Walls to see the sunrise and enjoy the views, then pack up and drive home.
As its Summer I plan to do a lot of swimming as both Morong Creek and Box Creek have some impressive pools in their journey down to the mighty Kowmung River, plus you can experience the Upper Morong Deep if you feel like going all the way down to the bottom which is optional.
There are no camping fees at Boyd River campground only a $6 booking fee.
Bookings open up 90 days prior to the intended dates you require. Rock scrambling and hopping and off track walking.
Location: kanangra boyd
Map: Kanangra 89303S and Gurnang 88291N View
|12-19 Mar, Sat (07:00AM)-Sat (10:00AM)||The Overland Track, Tasmania|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Cradle Mountain to Lake St. Clair. Arguably Australia's premier long-distance walk, The Overland Track is undoubtedly a walk of superlatives, not the least being the supremely beautiful landscape you travel through from Cradle Mountain all the way down south to Lake St. Clair.
On this trip I plan to do several side trips (optional), including climbing Barn Bluff, Mt Oakleigh, Mt Ossa, as well as visiting the Labyrinth. The cost of the walk is $200 and you have the option of staying in the huts along the way, open to availability, but you do have to carry a tent or arrange to share with another. We will get picked up in Launceston and taken to the walk start and again at the finish of the walk will get transported from Cynthia Bay back to Hobart. 4 seasons in one day is Tassies mantra so expect any sort of climatic conditions.
Map: Cradle Mountain by TasMap Limit: 12. View
|1-3 Apr, Fri-Sun||Newnes Weekend away|
|Southern Sydney Branch|
|(Date Changed) (Cabins Full - Waitlist operating) Following on from last year’s successful weekend, we will be back again, bigger and better. This year, the weekend will be dedicated to the memory of our good friend Jim Romanowski. After last year’s weekend, Jim twice asked to make it an annual event, so here it is. Drive to Newnes on Friday afternoon, share accommodation in the comfy and fully equipped Newnes cabins, or stay in the five-star camping ground. Friday night, the famous ukes will be back for a sing-along out the front of the pub. Saturday, a range of walks will be offered with various grades and leaders, the Glowworm Tunnel with a small canyon will be one. Saturday night includes surprise entertainment on the grassed area outside the pub including a toast to Jim. Sunday morning sleep-in then walk to the top of Mystery Mountain for brunch, great views and pagoda exploring. For those interested, a walk around the ruins on Sunday afternoon is available. Cost is approximately $120 pp for both nights in a cabin or $50 for a campsite. Leftover money will be donated equally to The Shepherd Centre and The Colong Foundation. Walks grades 3 and 4. View|
|15-18 Apr, Fri (08:00AM)-Mon (13:00PM)||Grand Buddawangs Traverse|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) All intending walkers must be double vaccinated.
This walk will take in some of the Buddawangs most spectacular walking routes and features and will be a walk you won't want to miss out on! Starting from Wog Wog campground we make our way past the following scenic locations - Mt Corang, Corang Arch, Burrumbeet Brook, Mt Tarn, Mt Haughton, Styles Creek, Hidden Valley, The Vines, and the Endrick river, to name a few! Hidden in these locations are comfortable camp caves, stunning grassy campsites, pristine watercourses and indigenous art sites, all worth exploring.
I lead this walk 4 years ago and it proved enormously popular and I think once we are able to regain our freedom again, after all the lockdowns, this trip will be just the ticket to refresh the senses! Might be some overgrown tracks to be encountered.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Corang 89273N View
|20-26 Apr, Wed (17:00PM)-Tue (14:00PM)||Kosciuszko Pack Walk|
|(Fully Booked) This walk has been postponed twice, firstly because of road closures and secondly because of dreadful weather. This time a change! We aim to leave on 20 Apr but will pick the actual start date after we see the weather forecast. You need to be available in case a slightly later start date is chosen. We have one night on Round Mountain fire trail, then two lovely nights at both Pretty Plain and then Wheelers Huts. A lovely walk to do with the usual great scenery and the usual lovely Koscie bushland and flowers.
Location: Kosciuszko NP View
|6-17 Jul, Wed (06:00AM)-Sun (17:00PM)||Thorsbourne Track, Hinchinbrook Island|
|(Fully Booked) A third attempt to walk this lovely track with the first two being cancelled due to Covid. Some lovely rainforest and ocean scenery, nice campsites, and short walking each day. Mostly fully booked from the previous attempts, but may be some spaces available. Limit: 12. View|
|15-30 Oct, Sat (09:00AM)-Sun (14:00PM)||The Bibbulmun Track: Walpole to Albany|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) On this trip we will experience the best that the Bibbulmun Track has to offer in Western Australia. From the small township of Walpole, we will travel along a series of good tracks through the towering Tingle forests, colourful heathlands, beautiful beaches, granite peaks and through the towns of Peaceful Bay and Denmark where new supplies can be purchased, allowing for lighter packs. The tracks are well marked and make for easy walking. Halfway through the walk we will have a rest day in Denmark. At each campsite there is a hut which can be used as well as water supply, toilets and tables so this is hardly roughing it! The wildflowers at this time of the year are outstanding and you can expect to also see a fair amount of wildlife including seals, quokkas, wallabies and numerous birds to name a few. In short, this is a fabulous walk and one not to be missed. Limit: 17. View|
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