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Leader: Robert Seibright
Photographs by: Kiki Hoang
Date of Walk: 06/07/2024
Date submitted: 07/07/2024 at 9:24 pm
Submitted by: Kiki Hoang


Overall, it was an excellent hike showcasing various aspects of the Aussie bush.

This was a truly astonishing walk. However, the track is definitely not a regular grade 3M track like those I have walked six times over the past three weeks. The terrain was rugged, and the ascents were tough for an all-day hike of approximately 7-8 hours!

The walk was intensely satisfying, including everything from ‘the top of the world’ lookouts with panoramic views over Jerusalem Bay, Cowan Creek, and the Hawkesbury out to Lion Island and beyond.

It also featured a bit of charming history, rock outcrop, some ancient ruins, a running wallaby, and a trail that was more bush-bash than track.

Once I reached the top of Taffy’s Rock, I was speechless, feeling like a bird ready to fly! The view was magnificent!

But the cherry on top of the cake was a special cave that Bob led us to. What a wonderful surprise!

Thank you, Bob, for another extraordinary walk, and thank you, Taffy!

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