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|16 May, Sun 10:30AM||Hobart Beach to Wallagoot Gap|
|Grade:3/6||Length||8km||Far South Coast Branch|
|Walk in Bournda National Park from Hobart Beach to Wallagoot Gap. This is principally a beach walk along Wallagoot Beach. Lunch on Kangarutha Track. 3km beach walking. 1km rough track.
Location: Bournda National Park View
|20 May, Thu||Paddington|
|(NEW!!!) Stroll Paddington streets and lanes, past Victorian terrace houses, galleries, churches, heritage listed buildings and many corner public houses. Mainly flat walk with some gentle ups and downs. COVID safe numbers. Return to city from Edgecliff interchange. View|
|5 Jun, Sat 9:00AM||Nobles Canyon – Carne Creek cliff lines exploration|
|Normally a canyon involves getting wet feet and a swim, abseil or at least a wade through waist-deep water but Nobles Cayon, also known as the Dry Canyon is a rare exception and a wonderfully spectacular one at that. On this trip we will follow Nobles Canyon down past its 2 constrictions to the cliff lines above Carne Creek then explore the cliff lines south of that creek before crossing over a pagoda laden ridge back to the main track. Rock scrambling and off-track.
Location: Wollemi NP
Map: Cullen Bullen 89313N Limit: 15. View
|9 Oct, Sat 9:00AM||Capertee Valley birdwatching and photography|
|(NEW!!!) The Capertee Valley on the western fringe of the Blue mountains is a bird watchers' paradise if you know where to go with a wide variety of birds not often seen around Sydney. So bring your binos, camera and picnic lunch, and we'll try and spot as many of our feathered friends as possible. View|
|6 Nov, Sat 8:00PM||The Grand Canyon … by night|
|(NEW!!!) From Neates Glen after sunset we will descend into the world of the night creatures and walk through the Grand Canyon, exiting at Evans Lookout Track. The prime reason for doing this walk is to see the amazing displays of glow worms which leave the colony in the Glowworm tunnel for dead with their brightness and sheer numbers. Plus we might see possums, gliders, the odd frog and experience this world heritage walk in a completely different way. People doing this walk are encouraged to do the walk to Mt Victoria beforehand and to stay in the mountains to avoid the long drive home. Care is needed walking in the dark and a good torch is essential.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Katoomba 89301S View
|20 Nov, Sat 8:30AM||Birrabang Canyon|
|(NEW!!!) Birrabang Canyon is one of the easier canyons to explore as there's no abseils or swims involved but it still has some spectacular sections and is a beautiful and rewarding canyon worth visiting. On the walk out are some spectacular pagodas also worth a look as a bonus. Rock scrambling and wet feet with some slippery rocks in parts.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N View
|18 Dec, Sat 9:01AM||Shelly Beach Christmas picnic and walk to North Head|
|(NEW!!!) What better place to catch up and meet your bushwalking friends than on the beach for a picnic, swim and snorkel, then to walk off all that good food with an optional short stroll to the picturesque and historic North Head. Every time there has been quite a lot of marine life to see under the waves. Bring food to share. View|
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