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|1 Oct, Sat 8:00AM||Otford to Waterfall Station|
|Otford - Palm jungle - Curra Moors Track - Wallumarra Track - Forest Path - Couranga Track - Waterfall Station. This is the big walk through the Royal National Park taking in some of the most iconic attractions along the way and also as this will be the height of the wildflower season, some stunning blooms too. For those wanting a swim there will opportunities to do that too!
Location: Royal National Park View
|15-22 Oct, Sat (09:00AM)-Sat (14:00PM)||Spring bushwalking on Lord Howe Island|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Living in the uncertainties of a pandemic, we try to maximise our chance to enjoy this little paradise within NSW. Lord Howe Island is full of life in October with seabirds courting nonstop. The bushwalkers groups in May and June 2021 have set an excellent trip format that we will continue. This trip includes flights, accommodation, meals, lectures, guided walks (day walks, night walks, reef walks, mystery walks, museum walk) and any fun activities that we can slot in. We will engage the best-known local expert Ian Hutton to share his in-depth knowledge about the flora, fauna, history and conservation of this world heritage. Club insurance does not apply to this commercial trip. To get more information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Lord Howe Island Limit: 18. View
|5-12 Nov, Sat-Sat||November bushwalking on Lord Howe Island|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Be as active or as relaxed as you like on this little island of paradise, listed by Lonely Planet as a Top 5 travel destination. This trip includes flights, accommodation, meals, lectures and a variety of guided walks. We will stay at a centrally located lodge, go out bushwalking and birdwatching during the day, and enjoy lectures and delicious restaurant meals in the evening. You can also challenge yourself climbing up the unique cloud forest of Mt Gower, snorkelling with Galapagos nurse sharks and green turtles, doing outdoor yoga with the best view, taking your best ever bird photos... Club insurance does not apply to this commercial trip. To get more information please email me at email@example.com Limit: 18. View|
|12 Nov, Sat 8:30AM||Carrington falls – Missingham steps circuit|
|Carrington Falls - Stevos pass - Kangaroo river - Missingham steps circuit. This spectacular circuit takes in some of the most beautiful rainforested river country in NSW, with plenty of pools for swimming when we reach the Kangaroo river at the half way point. Rock scrambling and rock hopping.
Location: Budderoo National Park
Map: budderoo View
|26 Nov, Sat 8:00AM||Deep Pass canyon|
|(NEW!!!) Deep Pass canyon on Nayook creek offers the adventurous type some real fun whilst following its length with some stunning pools to swim in, a few waterfalls to climb around and swim under via a system of ropes and aids! So come along with your cossies and experience this superb little canyon. A side trip to Split Rock is also a must. Scrambling up the side of waterfalls.
Location: Wollemi NP View
|3 Dec, Sat 8:00AM||Waterfall Station – Heathcote Station|
|Waterfall Station - Kangaroo creek - Uloola Pool - Engadine Track - Heathcote Station. It's time to hit the water and what better place to this than the iconic and incredibly spectacular Kangaroo creek with its myriad of cool inviting pools, waterfalls and cascades. You can expect to have a wild time in and out of the H20! Track rough in parts so expect some rock scrambling.
Location: Royal National Park
Map: Royal National Park Sketch Map View
|10 Dec, Sat 8:29AM||Minnamurra – Bombo headland – Kiama|
|(NEW!!!) The coastline from Minnamurra down to Kiama is absolutely stunning with numerous beaches, headlands and places of beauty to explore including the rugged Bombo headland.
Expect as least 3 swimming stops along the way! Last occasion I did this walk it was rainy so we didn't swim, so I hope to make up for it this time! So bring along your cossies and a sense of fun as we trundle on down along the littoral way! Sunblock and a decent hat needed.
Location: South Coast
Map: Kiama 9028-1S View
|17 Dec, Sat 8:29AM||Clover Hill trail|
|(NEW!!!) Hands up who loves waterfalls? Well on this walk we will encounter more waterfalls than you poke a stick at and swim under a few of them if the need takes us as we follow the Macquarie rivulet up to Clover Falls with a sidetrip or two on the way. Rock hopping.
Location: Macquarie Pass National Park
Map: macquarie pass national park View
|24 Dec, Sat 9:00AM||Shelly beach picnic and North Head walk|
|(NEW!!!) It's that time of the year again, the annual Shelly Beach picnic with a walk after lunch to North head to wear off the yummy picnic food that people will bring to share! Also bring along swimmers and if you feel like it, snorkelling gear. This is basically a Christmas party get together for all my walking friends in the NPA. Too much sun? View|
|13 Jan, Fri 9:30AM||Summer short walk: Centennial Park to Bronte Beach|
|We walk from Centennial Park to Bronte Beach where you can have a swim. Points of interest: Centennial Park, Queens Park, Waverly Park, churches, waterfalls, Bronte Beach. Optional lunch at Bronte. View|
|17 Feb, Fri 10:20AM||Coast to Lake Walk|
|The Entrance Coast to Lake Scenic Walk is a 'string of pearls' walk connecting pedestrians to attractions, landmarks and facilities around The Entrance, covering over 7.6km of Central Coast's beautiful area. Join us for a mini holiday. We walk from the Long Jetty, Tuggerah Lake to The Entrance, then to Toowoon Bay. We start with a coffee and have lunch at the Entrance. Swimming opportunities.
Location: Central Coast
Map: Central Coast street map View
|4-18 Jul, Tue (07:31AM)-Tue (17:00PM)||15 days Kimberley adventure|
|Some of us have already paid the deposit to secure our spots. When you rsvp, please provide your full name, contact no, email address and bedding configuration. I have organised a private tour for NPA with Inspiration Vacations. We are offered a group discount of 5%. A few NPA leaders and members had done a similar tour with them last winter and the feedbacks were positive. For your comfort level, I’’m quoting the insight from Graham. “The walks are no problem for NPA grade 3 walkers. Lots of river stone/rock walking cause they are mostly in gorges. Not long walks. 30 to 34 Deg every day. Down to 10-12 deg some nights so camping gets cool. Campfires. Coolest nights July. Purnalulu is coolest cause no fires allowed." Please see below link to itinerary and prices.
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