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|3-15 Jul, Mon (07:30AM)-Sat (17:00PM)||13 days Kimberley adventure|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) There is a travel resurgence after Covid. I would like to invite you to join us on this once in a lifetime adventure to the Kimberleys. I am sure many are still concerned about Covid and border closure but the cancellation policy is very flexible. When you rsvp, please provide your full name, contact no, email address and bedding configuration. A few members from NPA did this walking tour of Kimberley last winter and the feedbacks were positive. For your comfort level, I’’m quoting the insight from Graham. “The walks are no problem for NPA grade 3 walkers. Lots of river stone/rock walking cause they are mostly in gorges. Not long walks. 30 to 34 Deg every day. Down to 10-12 deg some nights so camping gets cool. Campfires. Coolest nights July. Purnalulu is coolest cause no fires allowed." Please see below link to itinerary and prices.
Deposit & Payments
Cost $4299 twin share, Single supplement $200. A payment of $350 on booking; Payment in full is required at least six weeks prior to the tourStandard Cancellation Policy More than 12 weeks: $50 administration fee; between 42 & 84 days inclusive: loss of deposit; between 24 & 41 days inclusive: 25% of full tour cost; between 15 & 23 days inclusive: 50% of full tour cost; 14 days or less: 100% of full tour cost, no refund Limit: 12. View
|11 Aug, Fri 9:17AM||Colour walk series No 6: Rock orchids galore|
|Spring is orchid time. Sylvan Grove Native Garden has such an array of Rock Orchids. They are majestic flowers to admire. https://www.cbcity.nsw.gov.au/environment/parks-reserves/sylvan-grove-native-garden It s also a botanical garden with a variety of plants. After the garden, we will take a walk in Georges National Park with great views of the river. Spring flowers including native orchids will be plenty. Can arrive early to have coffee before the connecting bus. More options on South Side of the Station.
Steep and slippery sections
Map: Picnic Point View
|8 Sep, Fri 11:02AM||Colour Walk Series No 5: Bowral to Mittagong|
|Walk from Bowral station to Gumnut Patisserie for coffee and their delicious pastries. Then walk to Corbett Gardens, Bowral Lookout, Mount Gilbraltar, Jellore Lookout, Mittagong Lookout. Walk finishes at Mittagong. Expect to see some tulips on the way and a very long day. Many steps and overgrown paths. Steep and rocky sections
Map: Southern highlands View
|15 Sep, Fri 9:01AM||Colour walk series: Lisgar Garden|
|(SWAG) Brad S.|
|RSVP only accepted from 2 weeks prior to 7 pm the day before event. 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. Expect to see camelias, spring flowers, orchids, Magnolia, ferns, rare natural heritage, fish ponds, interesting landmarks such as murals and brick pit. Preview of Lisgar Gardens 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. Optional lunch at Hornsby RSL club. Stairs and slippery sections.
Map: Hornsby View
|17-24 Sep, Sun (10:24AM)-Sun (15:00PM)||Colour Walk Series: A few days in the Mountains|
|Co-leaders: Bob Rankin and Ewan Cain. Expression of Interest is sought to stay a few days in Upper Blue Mountains and do day walks. Expect to see waratahs, orchids, wattles and other native flowers.
Six foot track;
Blue Gum Swamp;
Steep and slippery sections
Map: Blue Mountains View
|20 Sep, Wed 10:01AM||Mount Irvine Tessellated Pavements(exploratory)|
|Booking opens 2 weeks prior. Leader: Kevin Cliffe. This walk is in response to Samantha's notes on May 18 Bulletin: "She would love to go on a walk in Mt Irvine to see the Tessellated Pavements and is hoping one of our leaders will organise a walk there soon. I found these track notes on the Mt Wilson website:
This is a stunning walk and a hidden gem. The pavements offer spectacular 270 degree views on a clear day. Bowens Creek to the East (right) and the Wollomgambe to the West (left). There are stunning views to the Bowens Creek Valley. It is worth spending some time at this lovely spot as you explore the full perimeter of the pavements. Steep and slippery sections
Map: Mount Irvin View
|24 Sep, Sun 9:34AM||Colour walk series No 7: Australian Botanical Garden|
|The Australian Botanic Garden Mount Annan showcases Australian flora amongst 416 hectares of rolling hills, lakes, lawns and gardens.
In the late 18th century, the discovery of a new continent filled with exotic plants unknown to the rest of the world created waves of excitement in the field of botany.
The Australian Botanic Garden displays approximately 2000 of these plants via themed gardens across the site as well as the Connections Garden, a four-hectare intensely cultivated space right in the heart of the Garden.
Other features of the Garden include a restaurant, visitor centre with gift shop, free gas barbecues and acres of Cumberland Plain Woodland to explore.
Come Spring, the paper daisies become an attraction for visitors. Various species of Waratahs will be flowering too.
After seeing the floral display, we will walk to the Sundial, Mount Annan Peak, the Blue Tree before leaving the Garden to visit Lake Yandel'ora before catching the bus home. Expect a long day.
Location: Mt Annan View
|29 Sep, Fri 9:00AM||Wild Flower Garden at St Ives|
|Leader: Heather Lakiss. RSVP direct to email@example.com The wildflower garden via creek, Mueller track and Solander track. Pretty along the creek, with a waterfall(Phantom Falls). Some quite wet tiny tracks. Lots of ups and downs. Those who use hiking sticks would need them. Visitors/info centre, next to Senses track, now has a coffee machine. View|
|17 Nov, Fri 9:45AM||Strickland Tour|
|Very pretty walk. Strickland Falls, Cabbage Tree loop, Arboretum loop, red cedars, tall tallowood, planted from 1877, many orchids: Cryptostylis erecta. Creek crossings, slippery and steep sections.
Map: Gosford 91312S Limit: 10. View
|8 Dec, Fri 10:00AM||Sheldon Forest|
|The track meanders through the beautiful bushland of Sheldon Forest, along ridge tops, through open forest on the hill slopes and down to the creek side, following a stream that boasts a number of small waterfalls. The forest is one of the few remaining pieces of the Blue Gum high forest in the Sydney Basin. It is of high conservation status because it contains some of the last remnants of the endangered ecological communities. Echidnas, bowerbirds, water dragons, golden whistlers, pardalotes and powerful owls have been seen. At this time of the year, expect to see the Bonnet Orchids, Hyacinths and other flowers. We will check out Rofe Park as well. Steep and slippery sections View|
|12 Jul, Fri 10:00AM||In the steppes of Central Rose Bay|
|Leader: Kevin Cliffe This walk is not for you if you don’t like steps. Features : Scot college Cranbrook school City views Mansions Gardens Many steep sets of steps Beach Point Piper Rose Bay Community garden View|
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