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|4 Jul, Sun 10:00AM||Two Creek Track|
|(Bob Shayler’s Group) Fritz W.|
|Walk Two Creeks Track. Beautiful bush. Email for booking. Bush tracks. Steep. Slips and trips.
Location: Kur-ring-gai NP Limit: 12. View
|5 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 90303N Limit: 16. View
|10 Jul, Sat 8:31AM||Lockyers Rd – Coxs Rd – Mt York|
|One of the classic circuit walks in the Blue Mountains starting along the Lockyers Track down into Hartley Vale before tackling the scenic if steep in parts Coxs Road back up to Mt York then along the track back to the start. A historical saunter and a relatively easy one at that.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Hartley 89304N Limit: 15. View
|11 Jul, Sun 9:46AM||Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads: Section 26|
|(Nearly fully booked) Lake Illawarra entrance to Minnamurra via coastal headlands, beaches and Killalea State Park. Leader will arrange a boat assisted crossing of the Minnamurra River for a small fee to the boat owner. How exciting!!! Part of the Great South Coast Walk (http://greatsouthcoastwalk.net/) a long-distance walking route along the southern coastline of New South Wales, from Bundeena on the southern fringe of Sydney, to Mallacoota, just over the border in Victoria, 660km in total. Limit: 12. View|
|11-22 Jul, Sun (08:00AM)-Thu (16:00PM)||Thorsbourne Trail|
|(Date Changed) A lovely pack walk on the Thorsbourne Trail on Hinchinbrook Island in Queensland. This is one of Queensland’s Great Walks and is a wonderful mixture of rainforest and beaches. Some great campsites; some nice swimming holes; mostly short days; with at least one 2-night stop, all make this a really terrific walk. There is great demand for the limited walk permits at this time of the year so we need to book close to the possible one-year in advance. Seven days (6 nights) of actual walking. A day of snorkeling on the reef prior to the walk is also planned.
Location: Hinchinbrook Limit: 8. View
|12 Jul, Mon 9:55AM||Hourn Point and Ferris Cave|
|Follow the clifftop from Pulpit Rock to Hourn Point. Then visit Boronia Point and Ferris Cave and on to Mount Piddington. Clifftop track is unformed. Exposure might be felt at a couple of points where the track is close to the cliff edge.
Location: Mount Victoria
Map: Mount Wilson 89301N and Hartley 89304N Limit: 16. View
|16 Jul, Fri 9:31AM||Neighbourhood walk 24 : Bantry Bay Loop|
|Co-leader: Heather Lakiss. A varied loop, which passes the Bantry Bay Aboriginal engravings next to the Engravings Track, descends to Bantry Bay along the timber Getters Track and returns via the Scenic Bluff Track. There is an enormous Aboriginal engravings site (82 figures). We will visit The Bluff Lookout, a rock outcrop from which there are unobstructed views up Bantry Bay to Middle Harbour. As we ascend the Bluff Track there's constantly changing perspective over the bay and the historic Explosives Magazine buildings. Steep and slippery sections.
Location: Garigal NP View
|18 Jul, Sun 8:53AM||Crossing the Blue Mountains: Section 9|
|(Nearly fully booked) This is a historic walk http://heritagedrive.com.au/project/history-walk-faulconbridge-steam-saw-mill-site/. We walk from Linden to Faulconbridge. Visit an Aboriginal site and the historic sawmill, and a few rocky vantage points, which offered spectacular views of the valley. The track to the creek is steep and involves some rock scrambling but it is adorned with wildflowers of various colours, overhangs and caves. Unfortunately this walk involves 4 km of street walking. Creek crossings, steep and slippery sections. Gortex boots an advantage. Walk will be cancelled in severe weather warning, bush fire warning or park closure. Please check your mailbox the night before to make sure walk is still on. Steep and slipppery sections. Steep and slippery sections. 5 creek crossings, narrow, rocky and wet paths. Long sleeve shirts and trousers recommended. Gortex boots an advantage. Walk will be cancelled in severe weather warning, bush fire warning or park closure. Please check your mail box the night before to make sure walk is still on.
Map: Blue Mountains Limit: 12. View
|19 Jul, Mon 7:53AM||Linden Ridge|
|Linden Station to Linden Ridge. Take turn off to Faulconbridge Linden Link Ridge across Linden Creek. Then up to Grose Rd and on to Tom Hunter Park. Follow steep track down to Springwood Creek and on to Springwood Station. A long walk mostly on roads and trails. Creek crossings.
Map: Katoomba 89301S and Springwood 90304S Limit: 16. View
|21 Jul, Wed 2:00AM||Evans Lookout and Govetts Leap|
|From Katoomba Station take bus to Evans Lookout Road, walk to Evans Lookout and Govetts Leap, Horseshoe Falls, Boyds Beach etc and Blackheath Station. Steep and slippery sections.
Location: Blackheath Limit: 15. View
|23 Jul, Fri 9:45AM||Neighbourhood Walk No 25: 7 beaches walk|
|(NEW!!!) Leader Claire Finnigan. 7 beaches walk from Avalon to Narrabeen. This is a fair weather walk, hugging the coastline. Inevitably, this involves some street walking . As this walk is fairly exposed, it will be postponed if it is a wet and cold day. Optional lunch at Narabben Lakes Steep sections, lots of steps
Map: Northern Beaches View
|25 Jul, Sun 8:50AM||Harbour to Hawkesbury warm up walk: Cremorne to Balmoral/The Spit|
|(Updated Details) What makes the Cremorne to Balmoral walk unique is that even though the city skyline is just a couple of kilometres away, you feel like you are miles from any city while walking here.
Over the course of the walk you will come across
|25 Jul, Sun 10:44AM||Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads: Section 27 Minnamurra to Kiama|
|(Nearly fully booked) As part of Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads walks series, we will walk from Minnamurra to Kiama on the 'Kiama Coast Walk' - part of the Great South Coast Walk (http://greatsouthcoastwalk.net/) a long-distance walking route along the southern coastline of New South Wales, from Bundeena on the southern fringe of Sydney, to Mallacoota, just over the border in Victoria, 660km in total. This section takes us via the spectacular Minnamurra river entrance then headlands, beaches and rock platforms to Kiama harbour and Blowhole. Steep and slippery sections. Limit: 12. View|
|31 Jul, Sat 10:10AM||Neighbourhood walk 26: Narrabeen|
|Leader will be Sue Atteridge. Today we walk CALEYI TRAIL , Deep Creek Valley Trail and continue along the Narrabeen lagoon to the Tramshed. CALEYI TRAIL is named after Caley’s Grevillea, a medium to tall shrub that is only found in an 8km square area that includes Belrose, Ingleside and Terrey Hills/Duffys Forest). As we are now closer to spring, expect to see wildflowers, grass trees, ferns and eucalypts. There is a wide rock platform and some interesting sandstone formations. There are some nice views over the GARIGAL NATIONAL PARK. Near the trail are carvings of two kangaroos, one of which has a spear in its back (described by WD Campbell). Where the track meets Deep Creek, the creek cascades over the rocks and drops into a small pool below. Steep and slippery sections, some parts a bit rugged, creek crossing
Map: Narrabeen Lake View
|1 Aug, Sun 8:26AM||Harbour to Hawkesbury No 1|
|(DRAFT - do not publish yet) 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 1 is Manly to The Spit– stunning coastal scenery along Manly Scenic Walkway. Limit: 12. View|
|1 Aug, Sun 10:42AM||Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads: Section 28 Gerringong to Kiama|
|(Nearly fully booked) As part of Parramatta to Shoalhaven Heads walks series, we will walk from Kiama to Gerringong on the now most visited section of the Kiama Coast Walk. Part of the Great South Coast Walk (http://greatsouthcoastwalk.net/) a long-distance walking route along the southern coastline of New South Wales, from Bundeena on the southern fringe of Sydney, to Mallacoota, just over the border in Victoria, 660km in total. steep and slippery sections Limit: 12. View|
|4 Aug, Wed 8:41AM||Springwood to Blaxland|
|Walk from Springwood station to Blaxland Station, on Magdala Gully Track to Perch Ponds, along Glenbrook Creek on the Victory Track, after crossing the creek along the Kings Link Track, Bunyan Lookout track, The Bullants Track, Florabela Pass and Pippa's Pass to Blaxland Station. Possible side trip to Lost World. Moderate pace. Please contact leader via email to register.
Creek Crossings, wet and slippery sections.
Location: Springwood Limit: 15. View
|6 Aug, Fri 10:00AM||Colour Walk series No 1: Colourful Lisgar Garden|
|Leader will be Brad Sichter. Today we explore Hornsby and Normanhurst including Lisgar Gardens. Lisgar Gardens is a wonderful, secret garden hidden in the back streets of Hornsby. Spread across 6 acres, the garden packs a lot in with a little bit of something for everyone. This walk will be easier than my Neighbourhood Walk with less steep climbs. Preview of Lisgar Gardens https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUlfnaefiH0
There are sixty Camellia Gardens of Excellence in the world, with the Camellia Gardens and Lisgar Gardens in Hornsby being the only two in NSW. Stairs and slippery sections.
Location: Hornsby Limit: 12. View
|7 Aug, Sat 8:27AM||Boxvale Track – 40 Foot Falls Track – Mt Alexandria Track|
|The Boxvale Track follows the formation of a historic railway line which makes its way through cuttings, along embankments and through a 84-metre long tunnel on the way to a fabulous lookout above the Nattai River. We will also follow the 40 Foot Track down to the river on the return leg and then back over Mt Alexandra to the finish. Track steep in places.
Location: Sounthern Highlands Limit: 15. View
|9 Aug, Mon 10:00AM||Drawing Room Rocks and Bomaderry Creek|
|(Fully Booked) Leader: Bob Rankin. This is an extra day walk to follow the last leg of the Parramatta to Shoalhavens series. As we are staying overnight on Saturday 7th Aug to walk the Seven Miles Beach, we will stay another night to do another day of two short walks: The Drawing Room Rocks near Berry and Bomaderry Creek near Nowra. Great views of the NSW south coast. Looking out over Berry, 7 mile beach and Jervis Bay & on a clear day can see pigeon house mountain & the lighthouse at point perpendicular. The climb to the plateau is challenging. Rocky terrain, steep and slippery sections Limit: 10. View|
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