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|20 Jun, Mon 9:00AM||Cheltenham to Epping|
|Passes through 4 LGA's.
City of Parramatta Council
Council of the City of Ryde
The Council of the Shire of Hornsby
|(Date Changed) Booking open 11 June 2022. Cheltenham Railway Station to Epping Railway Station via the Lane Cove National Park. Follow the fire trail along Devlins Creek passing Whale Rock before coming to the junction with the Great North Walk (GNW). We will continue along the GNW to Browns Water Hole and the turnoff to the Terrys Creek Track. Once on this track we will navigate our way to the falls. Depending on the water level in the creek, we will cross the creek and proceed to Epping Station. Booking essential giving mobile, emergency and NPA numbers. Rough and slippery track in a few spots. Creek crossings.
Location: Lane Cove National Park
Map: Parramatta River 91303N Limit: 15. View
|20 Jun, Mon 9:42AM||Mt York Lawsons Long Alley Lockyers Trail|
|(NEW!!!) Please write date of walk in email subject line. Meet Mount Victoria outside station. Car allocation. Drive to end of Mt York Road (7 km). Morning tea and opportunity to look around, walk to lookout etc. Then drive back to Lawsons Long Alley. Walk down Lawsons Long Alley, Hartley Vale Road, then up Lockyers Trail back to cars. Views, rocky outcrops. Steep, VERY muddy area guaranteed to get feet wet. Limit: 15. View|
|21 Jun, Tue 9:30AM||Winter Solstice Tuesday– Sunrise on the Boxvale Track followed by 40′ Falls #042|
|Fully inside Wingecarribee Shire Council|
|Grade:3/6||Length||12km||240m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) This year the winter solstice falls on a Tuesday so we plan to combine our breakfast winter solstice event from the Boxvale Track. Return to the car park to offload unwanted bits and then do the 40' Falls Track to make a day of it. Bring hot soup and camera. As this is a two part event walkers can opt to do either or both parts. We expect to return to the cars for the 40' falls leg at around 9:30.
Hazards: For Tunnel: Uneven track, dark tunnel (bring torch). For 40' Falls Track: Rough track, steep sections, slippery rocks and unfenced cliff edges
Location: Boxvale Track
Map: Mittagong 8929-2S Limit: 20. View
|24 Jun, Fri 10:02AM||Culture Walk Series No 5 : Windsor|
|(SWAG) Marilyn C.|
|Historic walk including First Fleet Grave at St Matthews Anglican Church Windsor, Rickabys Creek and crossing the new Windsor Bridge over the mighty Hawkesbury River. Easy walking. View|
|25 Jun, Sat 9:47AM||5 Lands Walk: Mcmasters Beach to Terrigal Surf Club( info only)|
|This is for your information only. I am not leading. Public transport times are also suggestion only. You can you anytime. When you arrive at McMaster Beach, there will be marshalls and you just follow instruction( or the crowd). The 5 Lands Walk is a physical, spiritual and cultural journey. A gift to you from the communities and sponsors of the Central Coast. A place where no one is excluded. A place where family, friends and the wider community are encouraged to celebrate life, have fun and connect to our deep Aboriginal history, European settlement, and who we are today. In doing so we take a step to create a more harmonious and inclusive society on the Central Coast and beyond. The 5 Lands Walk is a day-long festival held on the Saturday closest to the winter solstice when the whales, a significant totem of the Darkinjung people, are migrating north, along 10 km of spectacular coastline.
In 2006 we were inspired by Italy's Cinque Terra, but we created our own uniquely Australian event, a collaboration between the Aboriginal and broader communities, to connect people to people and people to place. We've been improving it every year since.
2021 will see many old favourites plus some new features and events. Roughly 22 000 people are estimated to join us this year, so be prepared to be inspired.
Coffee available at McMasters Beach. BYO lunch or buy on way.
To register There are several long steady climbs, up and down, and a couple of short steep sections with steps. There’s even a boggy patch to add interest.
Location: central Coast
Map: Central Coast View
|25 Jun, Sat 8:01AM||Sunnyside canyon and the Acoustic Chamber|
|On this walk we enter a world of great beauty as Sunnyside creek /canyon is followed and explored. One of the highlights is the enormous Acoustic chamber but there are plenty more too, including dramatic cliff lines, overhang and various lookout points. So bring along your sense of adventure and you won't be disappointed! Rock scrambling and off-track walking. Rock scrambling.
Location: Newnes State Forest
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N View
|26 Jun, Sun 9:03AM||Harbour to Hawkesbury No 2|
|(Date Changed) The Harbour to Hawkesbury track (59km) is a well-marked route from Manly to Berowra Waters, traversing Garigal, Ku-ring-gai Chase and Berowra Valley National Parks through a variety of terrain.
Part 2 is The Spit to Davidson Park :pleasant walking along Middle Harbour & around Bantry Bay through Garigal NP
Map: Garigal NP Limit: 12. View
|27 Jun, Mon 9:00AM||Meadowbank to Concord West|
|(NEW!!!) Booking open 20 June 2022. Meadowbank to Concord West via Rhodes, the ship wrecks, the old brickworks to Concord West. Limit: 15. View|
|28 Jun, Tue 10:05AM||Grand Canyon|
|(SWAG) Sophie A.|
|Bush tracks, hundreds of steps up and down, beautiful scenary, creek crossing. Steep and slippery sections
Map: Blackheath View
|2 Jul, Sat 8:30AM||Koopartoo Point – Koopartoo Gully|
|Towering above the Wolgan Valley is the impressive Koopartoo Point and on this walk we will access it via a ramp and then a bench that follows the clifflines along to Koopartoo Ravine. Needless to say the views from the top are incredible with Donkey Mountain and many of the local peaks clearly in sight. Rock scrambling and off-track walking.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S Limit: 15. View
|3 Jul, Sun 9:27AM||Bridges Series No 7: Gladesville, Iron Cove and Anzac Bridges|
|Grade:3/6||Length||14km||200m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|We walk from Huntleys Point to Pyrmont Bay. Points of interest : Bretts Park, Huntleys Point Interchange, Gladesville Bridge, Birkenhead Point, King George Park, Callan Park, Sydney College of the Arts, Anzac Bridge, Giba Park, Darling Island, Pyrmont Bay Park, Welcome Wall. View|
|3-4 Jul, Sun (13:38PM)-Mon (13:00PM)||Kiama Coast Walk|
|Expression of Interest for a two (short) days of Kiama Coast Walk staying in Kiama overnight. Day 1: Starting at Minnamurra Station 13:39 train (TBC) walking to Kiama. Day 2: Kiama rail bus 8:00 to Gerringong and walking back to Kiama by about 13:00. For further details email me please. Must be double vaccinated. Tides, beaches, footpaths, cliff edges, mud, creek crossings. Limit: 15. View|
|4 Jul, Mon 8:25AM||Red Hands Cave|
|From the station to the causeway and up to Red Hands Cave. Return via Link Track to Campfire Creek. Creek areas can be slippery.
Map: Penrith Limit: 20. View
|6 Jul, Wed||Helensburgh to Semi Detached Point (coast) and return|
|(NEW!!!) From Helensburgh Station follow a variety of tracks to the Coast Track. Explore the Semi Detached Point area and return along alternative tracks back to Helensburgh. Lots of variety, great coastal views, river crossings and a short off track section. Unhurried pace. Cliff edges, river crossings, slippery rocks.
Location: Garawarra SCA and Southern RNP Limit: 15. View
|6 Jul, Wed 9:00AM||Mt Victoria – Bardens Lookout, Mt York and Lockyers Track Head|
|(DRAFT - do not publish yet) Travel by car to start of Cox Road Walking Track along Mt York Road, pass through a couple of lookouts including Bardens Lookout to Mt York and then on to Lockyers Track Head and back along Lockyers Road track. Steep and slippery sections.
Map: Mount Victoria Limit: 12. View
|8 Jul, Fri 9:30AM||Bridges series No 8 : 10 bridges walk|
|(SWAG) Allan P.|
|RSVP only accepted from two weeks prior up to 7 pm the day before walk. Glenbrook to Emu Plains. It is uphill to Knapsack Park. Morning tea will be at the convict built Lennox Bridge (1833). From there we visit Marges Lookout with views to Penrith Lakes, before taking a rough steep track down to the old highway. We walk up this to cross the Knapsack Viaduct, another stone bridge (1865). More rough tracks before concrete paths take us across the Nepean River twice and on to Emu Plains Station. We should have photos of 10 bridges at the end. Steep and slippery sections. View|
|9 Jul, Sat 8:30AM||The pagoda Maze circuit|
|From Moffitts Trail we will enter a world of ridges filled with pagodas of all descriptions and wonder at the superlative views along the Mercury Ridge towards Pantoneys Crown and beyond, before heading past the amazing Tarpien Rock and then the highlight of the walk the Pagoda maze. So bring your rock scrambling attitude and come along for what will be a very interesting walk indeed. Rock scrambling and off-track walking.
Location: Gardens of Stone NP
Map: Ben Bullen 89314S View
|11 Jul, Mon 8:55AM||Wilson Glen|
|Explore various fire trails and tracks into and out of the Glen. Quality of track varies. Some off-track is a possibility.
Map: Katoomba Limit: 20. View
|13 Jul, Wed 10:12AM||Ferries walk series no 1: Parramatta Heritage Walk|
|Leader: Lynne Hewitt We walk from Rydalmere Wharf to Parramatta Wharf via the bike share path. Highlight of today's walk is the heritage walk at Female Orphan School at the Western University of Sydney. https://www.whitlam.org/visit View|
|13 Jul, Wed||Scarborough to Otford|
|(NEW!!!) A walk with lots of variety. Starting from Scarborough Station, follow paths to Sea Cliff Bridge. A visit below the bridge might be possible. Continue along the coast and ascend track to Mt Mitchell stopping at various lookouts along the way. Follow tracks along the cliff top visiting Coalcliff Dam and Stanwell Tops. Cross road and follow Princess Marina track to Kelly's Falls. Continue along tracks to Bulgo Knoll and end with an off track section to Otford Station. Cliff edges, creek crossings, slippery conditions. Limit: 15. View|
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