Program listing

Program listing

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22 Mar, Mon 9:41AM Pink flannel flowers Mount Victoria
Grade:3/6 Length 6km  150m Sydney Branch
Janet R.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longEducational | A trip where the leader will focus on teaching or training.Public Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(Cancelled) Apparently not germinated and flowered since 1957, there is a fantastic show of pink flannel flowers (Actinotus forsythii) at Ikara Head. They appear after bushfire (2019) followed by heavy rain. We'll walk out to Ikara Head and back, taking our time to admire the flowers. Distance 6 km return. If time and interest we will add on additional walking tracks. Social distancing, rocks, rough tracks.
Map: Mt Wilson Limit: 15. View

22 Mar, Mon 8:42AM Springwood to Valley Heights
Grade:3/6 Length 13km  450m Sydney Branch
Janet R.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.(Postponed) Down the lovely Sassafras Track. Along Magdala Creek. Up to Martins Lookout. Along road to Valley Heights fire trail. Up to Valley Heights Station. Rough, steep parts.
Map: Springwood 90304S Limit: 15. View

22 Mar, Mon 9:00AM World Water Day
Grade:1/6 Length 5km  10m Southern Sydney Branch
Brian E.
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)Photography | A trip that has a strong focus on encouraging people to capture photographs.Water means different things to different people. This conversation is about what water means to you. How is water important to your home and family life, your livelihood, your cultural practices, your wellbeing, your local environment? On this day we will focus on its role in natural spaces, where water can mean peace, harmony and preservation.
Today, water is under extreme threat from a growing population, increasing demands of agriculture and industry, and the worsening impacts of climate change.
We will aim to tell us our stories, thoughts and feelings about water through photography and by recording - and celebrating - all the different ways water benefits our lives, we can value water properly and safeguard it effectively for everyone.
Meeting place is Bonnie Vale where we can explore the role of water in Simpsons Bay and in Cabbage Tree Basin. After that we will head to Audley and meander along the edges of the Hacking River!
The aim is to produce a shared PowerPoint presentation on the role of water in our natural world. A day for cameras!
Location: Royal NP
Map: Port Hacking 91294N Limit: 12. View

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