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|7 Dec, Tue 9:30AM||4 Views – Moolatoo Trig Fire Trail.|
|Grade:3/6||Length||11km||200m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Cancelled) Moolatoo Trig Fire Trail winds through forest. There are 4 separate cliff edge sites with dramatic views over Shoalhaven Gorge towards Ettrema Wilderness. Unfenced cliffs. Sandstone rock can fracture and crumble without warning.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Burrier 89282N Limit: 15. View
|11 Dec, Sat 8:00AM||Catherine Hill Bay – Cotton Candy sea caves – Fraser Beach – Birdie Beach|
|The highlight and one of the main reasons for this walk is to visit the stunning and colourful Cotton Candy sea caves north of Moonee Beach. This will be one of our first ports of call as we head south along the coast, walking, swimming and exploring the beautiful Munmorah SRA. So bring your cossies, blockout and a sense of adventure. Rock hopping.
Location: Munmorah SCA View
|12 Dec, Sun 9:07AM||The Great North Walk: Section 2|
|Grade:3/6||Length||16km||400m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|Today we walk from North Ryde to Thornleigh. It's a beautiful bushwalk along the Lane Cove River, somewhat rocky but generally good track, ending with a steep climb to Thornleigh Station at the end. There are 5 mild creek crossings. Beautiful sandstone caves, magestic gum trees and grass trees are there to welcome you. The track is adorned with wildflowers: Boronia, wattles, rice flowers, grevillea and more. Steep and slippery sections, creek crossings.
Map: Lane Cover River Park Limit: 15. View
|26 Dec, Sun 8:46AM||The Great North Walk Section 3: Thornleigh to Hornsby|
|Grade:3/6||Length||11km||350m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|From Thornleigh to Hornsby. Starting at Thornleigh Station we walk through suburban streets for a short while before diving into the bush at the southern end of Berowra Valley Regional Park. Soon after visiting the site of the historic Zig Zag railway we start wandering through the Berowra Creek Valley, passing a few cascading creeks. The track undulates along the side of the valley visiting a range of environments from moist fern forest to the drier grass tree and eucalypt forests of the ridge. There is a short side trip to visit the Westleigh engravings and a chance to pop down to fishponds, before climbing up the depression era stone steps to Hornsby Station. Steep and slippery sections.
Map: Mt Kuring-gai Limit: 15. View
|28 Dec, Tue 9:30AM||Manning Lookout to Crystal Pool|
|Grade:3/6||Length||6km||330m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Postponed) The walk begins at Manning Lookout near Fitzroy Falls. Here there are great views over Kangaroo Valley. The walk then follows the escarpment past several view points and along a fence line across a couple of small creeks to Crystal Pool. The water leaves the pool to fall over the escarpment into the valley below. Return by the same route.
Hazards: Indistinct and easily lost track, rough track, fallen trees, slippery rocks and unfenced cliff edges.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Kangaroo Valley 9028-4S Limit: 20. View
|23 Jan, Sun 8:52AM||The Great North Walk Section 5 : Galston Gorge to Mt Kuringgai|
|Grade:3/6||Length||13km||350m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|From Galston Gorge, the walk keeps following the Berowra Creek through the Crosslands campsite to Calna Creek, and then up to Mt Kuring-gai. Jumping fish, birds, turpentine and gum trees. Many grass trees. Some wildflowers. Steep and slippery sections. A few creek crossings.
Location: Mt Kuring-gai Limit: 15. View
|6 Feb, Sun 9:00AM||The Great North Walk Section 6 : Mt Kuringgai to Berowra|
|Grade:3/6||Length||11km||300m||Southern Sydney Branch|
|This would be the shortest section of the Great North Walk...take a breather in summer.. We walk from Mt Kuringgai to Berowra via Berowra Creek. Nice wild flowers and mushrooms.
Steep and slippery sections
Map: Mt Kuring-gai Limit: 15. View
|18 Feb, Fri 9:30AM||Flat Rock Beach|
|(SWAG) Bob R.|
|It’s quite a shaded track with some rainforest-like sections. There’s some impressive sandstone cliffs and overhangs, some weathered by thousands of years of wind and water erosion. Clambering to the top of these cliffs provides some great views over Middle Harbour. Involves Steps, clambering and boulders. Social distancing, Hand sanitizer, masks
Map: Middle Harbour Limit: 12. View
|1 Apr, Fri 10:00AM||Rumbalara Explorer from Gosford Station|
|(DRAFT - do not publish yet) Pretty well the grand tour of the Rumbalara Reserve, this walk takes in much of the great scenery the reserve has to offer. The walk covers both the lower and upper sections of the reserve and passes through the great variety of forest on show. The walk also passes three of the four bronze sculptures in the reserve. Yaruga picnic area would be a great spot to stop for lunch with it’s facilities and excellent views. Limit: 10. View|
|20-26 Apr, Wed (17:00PM)-Tue (14:00PM)||Kosciuszko Pack Walk|
|This walk has been postponed twice, firstly because of road closures and secondly because of dreadful weather. This time a change! We aim to leave on 20 Apr but will pick the actual start date after we see the weather forecast. You need to be available in case a slightly later start date is chosen. We have one night on Round Mountain fire trail, then two lovely nights at both Pretty Plain and then Wheelers Huts. A lovely walk to do with the usual great scenery and the usual lovely Koscie bushland and flowers.
Location: Kosciuszko NP View
|18 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
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