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|5 Jun, Mon 9:10AM||Helensburgh Circular Walk|
|From Helensburgh Station we walk into Garawarra State Conservative Area. Mostly flat tracks with a few ups and downs, creek crossing, rough sections, a few muddy sections, minimal street walking, then back to Helensburgh Station early afternoon. Beautiful bushland. Walking poles may be helpful. Leader will meet you at Helensburgh Station. Book from one week prior to walk by email or text.
Location: Illawarra Escarpment SCA Limit: 12. View
|5 Jun, Mon 9:31AM||Medlow Meander|
|(Updated Details) Email preferred. Include NPA#, mobile and emergency #'s.
Various tracks behind the Hydro Majestic. Great views on a clear day. Wonderful heath and Mountain Ash. Slippery, steep, muddy, rough, trips on bark and strappy leaves.
Map: Katoomba 89301S Limit: 15. View
|6 Jun, Tue 9:30AM||Beehive Point (#140)|
|Fully inside Shoalhaven City Council|
|Grade:3/6||Length||14km||400m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Fully Booked) From the end of Jack's Corner Road follow Griffins Fire Trail to a track to the left. Follow this through the forest to a steep descent to the main dirt road leading to Beehive Point on Lake Yarrunga. This is a lovely picnic area and chance for a swim. Return by the main dirt road.
Hazards: Rough track and some steep sections both up and down.
Location: Morton NP (Kangaroo Valley)
Map: Bundanoon 8928-1S Limit: 20. View
|7 Jun, Wed 9:30AM||Glenbrook Circuit|
|Walk a circuit at Glenbrook visiting Elizabeth Lookout, Marges Lookout and Lennox Bridge.
Beautiful bush and views. Some streets, fire trails and bush tracks which are fairly flat. Bookings only from one week prior to date of walk please.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park Limit: 15. View
|8 Jun, Thu||Whites Creek|
|Whites Creek, winds it's way past The Magic Lane in Annandale, many parks, a wetland and onto the growing engineering masterwork, the Rozelle Interchange of WestConnex. Crossing over into Glebe we follow Rozelle and Blackwattle Bays past the construction of the new Fish Markets to Pyrmont.
Location: Sydney Inner West Limit: 10. View
|9 Jun, Fri 9:00AM||The Alphabet series: “M” Moon Rock|
|(SWAG) Mike P.|
Walk start: B-Line bus stop just beyond Narrabeen tramshed at 09.45
Walk north over bridge turning left into Wakehurst P'way then follow Narrabeen Lagoon trail. Turn right under Wakehurst Pkway to Deep Creek Reserve. Then follow firetrail into Garigal NP and then take track looping around Moon Rock.
Return to Narrabeen .
|10-12 Jun, Sat (08:00AM)-Mon (15:00PM)||Buddawangs scenic circuit|
|(Fully Booked - Ask leader about waiting list) Come along on this walk into a place completely unlike almost anywhere else you've been before, the Buddawangs! From Wog Wog campsite we walk along tracks past the amazing Corang Arch, Profile Hill Rock and onto Burrumbeet Brook where a comfortable camp cave awaits us.
Then on day 2 we will do a day walk to Mt Cole, 7 Gods pinnacles and the Monolith Valley.
On day 3 we will return to Wog Wog via Burrumbeet Brook and the Corang Walking Track. Regrowth on the route.
Location: Morton NP
Map: Corang 89273N and Endrick 89274S Limit: 12. View
|11 Jun, Sun 8:01AM||20km plus walk series : Canoelands Ridge Walking Track|
|(Cancelled) Canoelands Ridge walking track is a beautiful day walk. See scenic Hawkesbury River views and native wildflowers along the way on this long hike.
The original inhabitants of the Canoelands area were the Darug people. The Darug were the custodians of the majority of what is now the Greater Sydney region. They were divided into a number of different 'clans', whose quick demise upon European settlement has sadly resulted in very little information remaining on how they utilised the local area. When you RSVP, include your full name, member number, mobile no, and emergency contact no. Steep and slippery sections
Map: Marramarra National Park Limit: 12. View
|11 Jun, Sun 7:45AM||Pretty Beach To Pebbly Beach Loop Walk|
|A steep climb to start, up Mt Durras, then walk across to Pebbly Beach (partly on the road) and stop for lunch. On the way back explore the new track along the coast back to Pretty. Some uphill and down, along rock platforms, up and down constructed steps, short section on the Pebbly Road. The walk is long but pace will be steady with plenty of time to enjoy the coast on the way back. Whole day walk. Should be back at cars around 4:30 pm.
Location: Murramarang NP
Map: Kioloa 89261N Limit: 10. View
|12 Jun, Mon 8:48AM||Faulconbridge Turtle Falls|
|Email preferred. Include NPA#, mobile and emergency #'s. Note: Public Holiday. For the adventurous. Faulconbridge: tracks to Adeline Park. Down to Turtle Falls. Vague track through tall ferns to the beautiful Blue Gums. Steep up hill to Adeline Park. Return to station. Steep, slippery, rough, some road walking. Limit: 15. View|
|12 Jun, Mon 9:30AM||St Leonards to Waverton via the Lane Cove and Parramatta Rivers|
|(NEW!!!) We walk through Gore Hill to follow Gore Creek through the beautiful Lane Cove Bushland Park to lovely vistas of the Lane Cove River and then onto the Greenwich Ferry Wharf. From there we walk around Gore Cove to Berry Island Reserve. Thence to Waverton Station for the train home. Booking essential with your NPA, phone and emergency contact numbers (unless I already have them). Some street walking, creek crossings and a tunnel under River Road, so bring a torch. Muddy and slippery after rain and one long staircase at Waverton.
Location: Lane Cove Bushland Reserve & Harbour reserves
Map: Parramatta River 91303N Limit: 20. View
|13 Jun, Tue 9:00AM||Budderoo Track to Gerringong Falls (#340)|
|Passes through 2 LGA's.
The Council of the Municipality of Kiama
Shoalhaven City Council
|Grade:3/6||Length||17km||306m||Southern Highlands Branch|
|(Fully Booked) The walk follows the Budderoo Fire Trail for 6kms to a locked gate on the right. Through the gate is a relatively unused fire trail which deteriorates to a single track leading to Gerringong Creek. Follow the creek along to the falls.
Hazards: Rough track, slippery rocks and unfenced cliff edges.
Location: Budderoo NP
Map: Robertson 9028-4N Limit: 20. View
|13 Jun, Tue 10:00AM||The Colour walks series No 14: Camellia Gardens Carringbah|
Leader: Philip WrightCamellia Gardens Located in Caringbah and overlooking beautiful Yowie Bay, the Gardens were recognised by the International Camellia Society as a Camellia Gardens of Excellence in 2014. 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. The Gardens have over 400 cultivars and species donated and acquired since its first plantings began in 1969, in addition to many other rare ornamental and native plants. The collection is of unique value to Australian horticulture. The Gardens have something for all seasons. The camellias are in season during autumn and winter. Tea house serves delicious devonshire and lunches. We will play by ear. A walk at Woronora Cemetery can be added on.
Location: Caringbah View
|14 Jun, Wed 10:25AM||Historical Picton|
|An easy walk around Picton, looking at its many historic buildings, as well as visiting the old train tunnel, now a mushroom farm. Explore Picton’s Botanical Gardens. Bookings only from one week prior to date of walk please. Limit: 15. View|
|14 Jun, Wed 9:00AM||Stokes Island – Figure 8 Walk|
|Drive to Tabourie Fire Shed head to park vehicles. Head south along Tabourie Beach then inland behind dunes to Blackbutt Road, and then eastwards on to Stokes Island picnic area. Then north along beach and bush tracks to return to cars. Bring some morning tea to enjoy along the way.
Map: Tabourie 89272S View
|16 Jun, Fri 9:30AM||Metro Walk: Rouse Hill Circuit|
|(SWAG) Brad S.|
|(Date Changed) RSVP only accepted from 2 weeks prior to 7 pm the day before event. A loop walk around the suburb of Rouse Hill on footpaths and cycle paths mostly following Smalls Creek and Caddies Creek. Good views of North West Sydney from Turkey Nest Reserve. Occasional slip and trip hazards.
Location: North West Sydney Limit: 15. View
|17 Jun, Sat 8:01AM||Traverse of the Gods and Mt Banks via the south side|
|(Fully Booked) This is one of the most spectacular walks you can do in the Blue mountains as the route follows along ledges on the spectacular Banks Wall, passing various beautiful overhangs, grottos and of course you have a million dollar views all along the route, before we ascend via the south end of Mt Banks before ending back at the car park. Rock scrambling and off-track walking.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park
Map: Mt Wilson Limit: 15. View
|17 Jun, Sat||Wongarra Hill Area|
|Bells Line of Road – Walls LO – Wongarra Gully – Lunch Ledge – Wongarra Ridge – Wongarra Hill - Bells Line of Road. This is a spectacular area containing pagodas, gullies, cliffs and fabulous views. From the northern side of the Grose Valley you experience a different perspective. Cancelled this walk in April due to weather. Tracks, off-track, steep descent, cliff edges, minor scrambling and a creek crossing. Only a grade 4 due to the off-track sections.
Location: Blue Mountains NP
Map: Mt Wilson Limit: 8. View
|18 Jun, Sun 9:00AM||Heathcote to Bundeena|
|(NEW!!!) This walk dissects upper north section of RNP. It takes you past some of the great more inland spots including Karloo Pool & Audley. On conclusion an interesting ferry ride to Cronulla & Central. View|
|18 Jun, Sun 8:00AM||Murramarang Resort to Richmond Beach|
|Walk around Wasp Head, past Wasp Island, along beautiful Emily Millers Beach to Myrtle Beach and onto Richmond Beach on the new Murramarang South Coast Walk. Return via forest tracks. NPWS park entry fees apply.
Location: Murramarang NP
Map: Durras 89261S View
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