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29 Jan, Sun 3:00PM Birding; Lady Carrington Drive
Grade:1/6 Length 5km  100m Southern Sydney Branch
Brian E.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longEducational | A trip where the leader will focus on teaching or training.Photography | A trip that has a strong focus on encouraging people to capture photographs.Slow pace | A trip where the leader will set an easy pace.(NEW!!!) Over the afternoon, as birds become active, the northern sections of Lady Carrington Drive can become active. It's a good time to explore, with binoculars and camera, and who knows what we might find!
Location: Royal National Park
Map: Port Hacking 91294N Limit: 10. View

10-12 Feb, Fri-Sun Kangaroo Valley Weekend – Music, Walking, Kayaking
Grade:1/6 Southern Sydney Branch
Bob C.
Accommodation | An activity that involves an overnight stay, using hard-roofed accommodation such as a cabin, hut or hotel.Camp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.Paddle | A canoe or kayak tripWalk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longSocial | A trip where people will be encouraged to interact and chat with each other.Friday Drive to Kangaroo Valley. Book into Glenmack Caravan Park (Cabin or camping). Saturday morning walk around, explore area. Saturday afternoon/night attend Red Hot Summer Music festival Berry showground (Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins, Troy Cassar- Daley, Vika and Linda Bull etc) Sunday morning walk to Kangaroo River and hire kayaks. Kayak 5km downstream to Bendeela where you get picked up and bought back to town.  Walk back to town for a late lunch at the Friendly Inn and drive home.  You will need to organise your own accommodation and purchase music tickets. PFDs compulsory. View

19 Mar, Sun 10:36AM The Alphabet series: “T” Thirlmere Festival of Steam
Grade:1/6 Sydney Branch
(SWAG) Esther
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longFirst time friendly | A trip that is perfect for most new members (assuming you have a reasonable level of fitness)Public Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(NEW!!!)
Leader: Philip Wright
In 2023, Thirlmere village will once again awaken to the enchanting sound of the steam whistle for the annual Thirlmere Festival of Steam.
From newly restored steam Locomotive 3001 and Legend of Steam Locomotive 3801 to the Southern Hemisphere’s largest operating steam locomotive Beyer-Garratt 6029, visitors will be spoilt for choice with the biggest display of historic NSW railway steam engines at this year’s Thirlmere Festival of Steam.  All locomotives listed will either feature on display in steam or operate one of the many steam train rides throughout the weekend along the historic Loop Line. Their will also be a range of smaller steam traction engines in and around the NSW Rail Museum .
Full details and tickets:
Please book early for the 11:20 am entry and train ride to avoid disappointment.  $20 for seniors.  Enjoy a stroll in historic Picton after the festival.

3 Nov, Fri 10:00AM The Alphabet series: “D”..Dangar Island
Grade:1/6 Length 5km  100m Sydney Branch
(SWAG) Esther
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longLeader: Lynne Hewitt. Join us for a tour to this idyllic island just a hop, skip and a jump from Hawkesbury River Station, Brooklyn. Upon arrival on this car-free oasis of bush, beach and tranquillity, we will be welcomed by tree-lined palms and jacarandas. On the lower grounds we'll walk past the Bowling Club and Bradleys Beach. On the higher grounds we'll get great views of the Hawkesbury River. We'll also walk past a Blackbutt – Rough-barked Apple Forest. Enjoy the scenic train ride across the Hawkesbury River and a joy ferry ride to the island. Enjoy lunch or Devonshire tea at Dangar Island Depot before taking the ferry back home. Bring money for ferry ($8.50 one way adult, $4.30 one way concession (not sure seniors are considered concession)). View

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