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|8 Oct, Sat 9:01AM||Blackmans Crown NR|
|Blackmans Crown rises high above the Castlereagh highway and offers the adventurous bushwalker plenty of opportunities to explore and be amazed at the various nooks and crannies in this area including old mine audits amd much more. Rock scrambling and off-track.
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S View
|8 Oct, Sat||Jinki Fingers & Wilkinson Hill|
|Bells Line of Road - Jinki Ridge - Wilkinson Hill - Jinki Gully - Jinki Fingers - Jinki Ridge - Bells Line of Road. This is a spectacular area containing pagodas, gullies, cliffs and fabulous views. From this side of the Grose Valley you experience a different perspective. Tracks, off-track, steep descent, minor scrambling and a creek crossing.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park
Map: Mt Wilson Limit: 12. View
|9 Oct, Sun 9:05AM||A stunning walk from Manly to The Spit via the North Head|
|Grade:4/6||Length||17km||320m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|We did this stunning walk as a training walk for Cape to Cape. As it is so beautiful, we are putting it on again in Spring when there will be even more wildflowers, so that others can enjoy it as well. This walk starts from Manly, pass a couple of beaches, a couple of lookouts, a hole in Bluefish wall. Then we explore the hanging swamps of Northhead, North Fort, observation post, 2 gun pits, barrel display, and the memorial walk. We will have morning tea at a prestigious point where you see the beautiful South Head from a distance. You can even treat yourself to a cup of coffee and a slice. From there, we will continue our way back to Manly, passing beautiful Collins Flat Beach, amongst lovely houses and ocean views. We can have a good break at Manly seashore for lunch. Then we will continue along some historic buildings and along the waterfront to the Spit. The walk to the Spit is studded with wildflowers at the moment. It is a wonderful treat to have the sea on your left and the spring flowers on your right. We walk past more beautiful beaches before hitting The Spit. For those who are feeling energetic, we will walk along the waterfront, tide permitting to beautiful Balmoral Beach where you can celebrate with a c0ol drink or ice cream. That will be an extra 3 km. Steep and slippery sections View|
|9-20 Oct, Sun (10:00AM)-Thu (15:00PM)||Cape to Cape|
|(SWAG) Bob Rankin|
|(Fully Booked) A relaxed walk along the iconic Cape to Cape track over 12 days, including 2 rest days for whale watching or visiting wineries. On one rest day, there will be an optional short walk at Ambergate Reserve, a wildflower hotspot. Car shuffles each day suitable for 2WD vehicles (some unsealed roads). Leader will stay in one of the parks in Margaret River town, most likely at Margaret River Tourist Park on Station Street. There are many accommodation options. Please keep up to date with WA border entry requirements - these will almost certainly change by October, and any problems are your own responsibility. Detailed itinerary will be provided to successful registrants. Stretches of sand walking, some steep sections. Several long days (longest 21k). Limit: 16. View|
|9-14 Oct, Sun (14:04PM)-Fri (12:00PM)||Southern Highlands Car Camp – Ganguddy NP|
|Southern Highlands Branch|
|(NEW!!!) (Fully Booked) Our annual Spring car camp. A mixture of Paddling and walking. Walks will include, Ganguddy - Dunns Swamp, Mt Airly and Ferntree Gully. Hazards: Paddling - Deep water. Walking: Some uneven steps, cliffs and uneven surfaces.
Location: Ganguddy- Dunns SwampNP Limit: 20. View
|10 Oct, Mon 8:36AM||Florabella Pass|
|Walk bike tracks instead of roads to Florabella Pass track. Walk Florabella Pass. Out and back on side track along Florabella Creek. Then Pippas Pass and Mules Path to Blaxland via St Johns Oval. Creek crossings. Wet rocks could be slippery. Some rough sections.
Map: Springwood Limit: 20. View
|10 Oct, Mon 10:20AM||Kurnell to Cape Bailey|
|(NEW!!!) Please use email or text messaging for bookings. The walk follows the wild coastline from Kurnell to Cape Bailey Lighthouse on a combination of bush tracks, raised walkways and rocky cliff tops. It offers excellent views of the coastline south of Sydney, possible whale sightings and, hopefully, plenty of Flannel Flowers. We will return to Kurnell the same way as we came. A distance of 10km. An option will be provided to continue the walk to Cronulla, a distance of 13km and will be led by Renate Wood. Rough and Rocky Tracks, Cliff Edges
Location: Kamay Botany Bay National Park
Map: Port Hacking 91294N Limit: 15. View
|11 Oct, Tue 9:30AM||Flying Fox & Cooks Nose (#360)|
|Passes through 2 LGA's.
The Council of the Municipality of Kiama
Shoalhaven City Council
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Flying Fox accessed by a fire trail has the remains of the flying fox used to bring timber up from the valley. The walk then returns to the Cooks Nose Lookout, a wonderful lunch spot. On the edge of the escarpment there are spectacular views.
Hazards: Rough track often wet, muddy and slippery, unfenced lookout.
Location: Barren Grounds NP Limit: 20. View
|12 Oct, Wed 10:00AM||Ku-ring Gai Wildflower Garden|
|Meander bush trails through Ku-ring Gai Wildflower Garden. Lovely bush scenery.
Location: Kur ring Gai Limit: 15. View
|15 Oct, Sat 10:01AM||Culture Walk Series No 3 St James to Justice & Police Museum|
Leader: Heather Lakiss: RSVP to leader : firstname.lastname@example.orgWe walk from St James Station via the Royal Botanical Garden to Justice and Police Museum where we will view the exhibitions. Entry fee is $15 ($12 concession). This walk is only open to people who commit to both walk and visit to the museum. View
|15-22 Oct, Sat (09:00AM)-Sat (14:00PM)||Spring bushwalking on Lord Howe Island|
|(Nearly fully booked) 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 email@example.com
Location: Lord Howe Island Limit: 18. View
|15-29 Oct, Sat (09:00AM)-Sat (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|
|15 Oct, Sat||Thirroul to Towradgi|
|(NEW!!!) Moderate pace. Thirroul to Towradgi via McCauley’s Beach, Bulli Harbour, Sandon Point Beach, Bulli Beach, Woonona Beach, Bellambi Beach, Harbour and Lagoon, Corrimal Beach, Towradgi Rock Pool. Ocean views most of the day. Mostly flat easy walking on formed paths. Possibly some sand walking, depending on level of creeks and tide, and slippery and muddy sections. Walking poles might assist. Wet feet possible. Ups and downs. Some unsealed tracks. Quiet street walking. Break off points available. Limit: 14. View|
|17 Oct, Mon 9:03AM||North Lawson to North Hazelbrook|
|Echo Point, Fairy Falls, Empire Pass, Fire Trail and track down to Halls Parade. Return to Hazelbrook Station. Rough, hills, fire trail, some road walking.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 15. View
|17 Oct, Mon 9:30AM||North Ryde Loop|
|(NEW!!!) Please use email or text messaging for booking. This is a loop walk in the river valley of the Lane Cove NP. We will walk along and cross the Lane Cove River, walk to Magdala Park, follow the Lane Cove River in Mowbray Park. During the walk, we will observe the spring flowers that are in bloom. The tracks could be muddy and slippery.
Location: Lane Cove National Park Limit: 15. View
|18 Oct, Tue 9:30AM||The Joan Lowe Memorial Walk – Mt Gibraltar (#xJL011)|
|Fully inside Wingecarribee Shire Council|
|Grade:3/6||Length||10km||300m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) A time to reflect as we enjoy the Gib. We will finally celebrate Joan by traversing parts of the Gib and taking in some of the special and lesser known lookouts that Joan loved so much.
Hazards: Some steep steps and unfenced cliff edges.
Location: Mt Gibraltar NR
Map: Mittagong 8929-2S Limit: 20. View
|19 Oct, Wed 9:30AM||Glenbrook loop|
|Walk from Glenbrook Station back to station via Chalmers Lookout, Sandstone Quarry and Knapsack Bridge. Limit: 15. View|
|21 Oct, Fri 9:30AM||Neighbourhood Walk No 40 Cheltenham to Eastwood|
|(SWAG) Ian B.|
|Booking opens 2 weeks prior to event. Walk from Cheltenham Railway Station to Eastwood Railway Station via the Lane Cove National Park. Follow fire trail along Devlins Creek to the junction of the Great North Walk (GNW). Follow GNW until we come to the turnoff to the Terrys Creek Track. Follow this track through various parks to Terrys Creek falls and on to Vimiera Park. Road walk to Eastwood Railway Station. Possible sighting of flannel flowers and other flowers in bloom during this walk. Rough and slippery track in a few spots. Creek crossings.
Map: Lane Cove River Limit: 15. View
|23 Oct, Sun 9:01AM||The Great North Walk Section 8: Cowan to Brooklyn|
|Grade:4/6||Length||13km||500m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Walk the classic Cowan to Brooklyn. The highlight of the whole walk is the incredibly picturesque Jerusalem Bay. Steep and rocky sections.
Map: Hawkesbury Limit: 15. View
|24 Oct, Mon 9:22AM||Castle Head|
|Walk out along Narrowneck Trail to Castle Head. Great view to Ruined Castle and Mt Solitary. Maybe not cars but bicycles may be encountered on Narrowneck Trail.
Map: Katoomba and Jamison Limit: 20. View
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