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17 Apr, Sat Airly Turret and the Clifftops to the East
Grade:5/6 Length 6km Sydney Branch
Yuri B.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longFind out why this area, part of the Gardens of Stone region, must be protected for future generations. Leave one vehicle at Airly Mountain and drive to Airly Gap. Climb towards Airly Turret, approaching it from the west, then explore the turret and its slots. Continue east through dissected terrain of pagodas and ravines until we join the road which will take us down to the first car. Scrambling and exposure.
Location: Mugii Murum-ban SCA
Map: Glen Alice 89314N View

17 Apr, Sat Bellambi to Fairy Meadow
Grade:2/6 Length 8km Macarthur Branch
Lyn C
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.Moderate pace. Bellambi Harbour and Lagoon – Corrimal Beach – Towradgi Beach – Thomas Dalton Park – Fairy Meadow. Ocean and lagoon views. Mostly level on formed paths and grassy reserves. Quiet street walking. Option of some beach walking. Limit: 12. View

17 Apr, Sat 2:00PM Brokers Nose Traverse | Slow paced and easy going
Grade:2/6 Illawarra Branch
Jenae J.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longFamily | A trip that is planned to cater for children and their parents.First time friendly | A trip that is perfect for most new members (assuming you have a reasonable level of fitness)Slow pace | A trip where the leader will set an easy pace.The walk can be a (little) steep in sections so ideally some average fitness will assist - however we are going to be taking it very slow! This walk will be ideal for people a bit worried to take on a group walk because of their fitness, we are going to take it very slow, stopping often and taking it very easy so we all enjoy the walk without fear of being too slow or too unfit. A classic Wollongong walk to our most iconic peak. An easy paced walk taking you through various types of bushland with sneaky peaks to the Illawarra below. The walk meanders through creek beds and scrub with opportunities to spot wildlife and interesting plant life. This is a family-friendly walk, so book a family ticket and bring the kids. There is a significant cliff section, so only bring kids that are old enough to follow strict direction - ie. this is not a terrible two friendly walk. We will be taking our time taking in the sites and a chance to meet new people. If you like to take photos, there are some terrific photo opportunities available and a great chance to have an epic shot at the summit - I can help here for the perfect social media photo! In the event of rain the walk will still go ahead but may be modified to suit the conditions. 

Cliff, snakes. Limit: 16. View

17 Apr, Sat 10:30AM Bungoona Lookout
Gary S.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longPublic Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.As part of the Australian Heritage Festival this walk is organised by Sydney Tramway Museum and National Parks Association. The opportunity to learn about the flora and fauna around the Bungoona Path area during walks led by members of the National Parks Association, Sydney Branch. Easy walk on concrete path, approx. 50 minutes for the round walk from start to finish. The guides will meet the tram from Loftus at the R.N.P. Terminus. Last guided walk starts after arrival of tram around 2:25pm. Wear flat shoes and a hat, bring water and a light snack. Toilets at nearby car park. Trams leave Sydney Tramway Museum, Loftus, first heading northwards towards Sutherland hourly from 10am until 3pm, then on return to Museum, departs at 15 minutes past the hour for The Royal National Park, arriving at the terminus there approx. 7 minutes later. Departure from The Royal National Park is from 10:30am then hourly, with last tram at 3:30pm, terminating at the Museum. Travel on the tram is for holders of the all-inclusive Day Ticket ($20, $15, $10) or return Parklink Ticket - $6 Adult, $4 conc./child. More info at
Location: Royal NP View

17 Apr, Sat 10:00AM Heritage festival
Grade:1/6 Sydney Branch
(SWAG) Esther
Picnic | For a mostly static outdoor activity based around a picnicWalk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longCafe | A trip that involves a relaxed stop at a cafe.First 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.Public Transport | There are public transport options to and from this activity.NO need to RSVP. As part of the Heritage Festival, The Tramway Museum will have trams running from the Museum to RNP terminus. Most of the 3.5-kilometre tramline winds through the bush. The timetabled departure from the Tramway Museum is 10:15am then hourly until 4:15pm, with return departure from RNP terminus from 10:30am then hourly until 3:30pm. From the RNP terminus, it is a short stroll to the Bungoona Lookout. A further kilometre’s downhill walk along the Honeymoon Track brings you to the picturesque Audley weir, Weir Cafe and National Park Visitors Centre. Guided walks will be offered by leaders from NPA.
Map: NPWS Royal NP View

17-18 Apr, Sat (09:00AM)-Sun (14:00PM) Section of Six Foot Track
Grade:3/6 Length 20km  300m Sydney Branch
Richard T.
Camp | An activity that involves an overnight stay, usually in a tent.Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or longAn easier pack walk in the Megalong Valley along a section of the Six Foot Track. Lovely scenery and a great campsite next to the Cox River.
Location: Blue Mountains Limit: 15. View

17 Apr, Sat 7:30AM The Mt Solitary traverse
Grade:4/6 Length 22km  1,500m Sydney Branch
Mark G.
Walk | A bushwalk of any kind short or long60 Best walks | This is one of the NPA's 60 best walks.(Fully Booked) We start at the Prince Henry Cliff Walk, then walk down the Furber Stairs and along the Federal Pass walking track where we will access Mt Solitary, which has been out of bounds for over a year due to the previous fires of last summer. Then over the top of Mt.Solitary, down the Col and over the Kedumba River before we climb up onto the Kings Tableland where we finish the walk. This is a big walk with 2 decent climbs but all on tracks. Anyone contemplating this walk should be fit as this is definitely not a bludge walk by any means! Rock scrambling up onto Mt Solitary.
Location: Blue Mountains National Park and Blue Mountains NP
Map: Jamison 89302N and Katoomba 89301S Limit: 15. View

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