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648128/07/2024 04/08/2024Grade: Mixed Grades
Highest: 4
Medium
100km
600m total climbs
Day Walks from O’Reilly’s & Binna Burra

Walk Full / Wait List Operating – Expressions of Interest. Grade 3 & 4. Day walks split between the two sections of this amazing World Heritage Gondwanaland Rainforest with your choice of accommodation (own tents, safari tents, upmarket rooms), at each of the sections. Preliminary itinerary:
Day 1 – travel to O’Reilly’s and set up.
Day 2 – Albert River Circuit: 22km +590m
Day 3 – Toolona Creek Circuit: 16km +530m
Day 4 – West Canungra Creek Circuit or Larapinta Falls: 14km +500m
Day 5 – travel to Binna Burra and set up
Day 6 – Ships Stern Circuit: 19km + 615m
Day 7 – Coomera Circuit: 16km + 470m
Day 8 – Illinbah Circuit: 16km +480m.

Contact leader giving phone no, emergency contact no, 1st aid qualifications

Walks Secretary: Pending

Adrian Jones: Pending

Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Kevin Yeats

Pending

Submitted: 10/06/2024

648025/07/2024Grade: 3

Unhurried
12km
400m total climbs
LTW

Highlights of Waterfall

Circuit walk to include Scout Camp, Mt. Westmacott, Lake Toolooma, Kingfisher Pool and following the Mooray and Bullawarring tracks. Creek crossings, great views and excellent track walking.

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Walks Secretary: Pending

Adrian Jones: Pending

Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Adrian Jones

Pending

Submitted: 10/06/2024

647921/07/2024 27/07/2024Grade: Mixed Grades
Highest: 4
Medium
20km
450m total climbs
Day walks around Tenterfield

Walk Full / Wait List Operating – Trig Walk – Expressions of Interest. Grade 3 & 4. Day walks to local NPs around Tenterfield with your choice of accommodation (own tents, cabins, rooms). Expect early wildflowers in Girraween (means “place of flowers”), with its massive granite pyramids and arches and unique wildlife. The massive Bald Rock is the second largest monolith in Australia after Uluru. The other two NPs have stunning waterfalls. Preliminary itinerary:
Day 1 – travel to Tenterfield
Day 2 – Girraween NP northern tracks incl The Pyramid (some exposure) & Granite Arch 10 – 20km, +350 – 750m
Day 3 – Castle Rock, The Sphinx & Turtle Rocks, Mt Norman: 15km +600m
Day 4 – Mt Norman, Peak Trail, Twin Peaks, Underground Creek (car shuffle): 16km +600m
Day 5 – rest day. Plenty of local attractions.
Day 6 – 85 Trigs walk – Bald Rock trig. Bald Rock, Little Bald Rock & Basket Swamp Falls: 16km +450m
Day 7 – 85 Trigs walk – Boonoo Boonoo Trig (TS6585), Boonoo Boonoo River & Falls: 16km +400m (G4 incl some off-track to get to trig))
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Walks Secretary: Pending

Adrian Jones: Pending

Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Kevin Yeats

Pending

Submitted: 10/06/2024

647821/07/2024Grade: 4

Medium
16km
550m total climbs

Pierces Pass – Blue Gum Forest return

Starting at Pierces pass, we follow the walking track with spectacular views across the northern end of the Gross Valley, through dense vegetation past Fairy Grotto, continuing down until we reach the river crossing. From here it’s a fairly open track beside the gorgeous Grose river to Blue Gum Forest. Return via the same route. The bush on this descent is simply delightful. Group limit 8.
Hazards: Muddy in parts, plenty of steps, river crossing, can be slippery when wet. Joint walk with NPA.

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Walks Secretary: Pending

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Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Carol Thompson

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Submitted: 10/06/2024

647711/07/2024Grade: 3

Unhurried
21km
600m total climbs
LTW

Stanwell Park to Waterfall

Descend from the station and follow paths to then ascend the new sandstone staircase to Bald Hill. Continue along the Coast Track to Burning Palms and head up the Burgh Track to Garawarra Farm. Possible diversion to Split Rock Canyon. Follow Bolo Ridge along sometimes faint track and descend to Lady Carrington Drive. Follow the Forest Island, Couranga and Uloola Tracks crossing the Hacking River to Waterfall. Lots of variety on this walk. Joint walk with NPA. “

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Walks Secretary: Pending

Adrian Jones: Pending

Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Adrian Jones

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Submitted: 10/06/2024

647403/07/2024Grade: CYCLE Easy/Medium Grade

Unhurried
45km
100m total climbs

Cycle – Woy Woy – East Gosford – Umina Beach

Cycle Woy Woy to Edogawa Gardens East Gosford for coffee. Cycle to Umina Beach Surf Club and lunch. Return to Woy Woy station. Shared paths quiet back streets and Brisbane Waters foreshore passing through parks, and reserves. Relaxed pace stops along the way. Mostly flat Suitable for all bikes, Helmet, bell, lights, high visibility top.

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Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Colin Isaac

Pending

Submitted: 10/06/2024

647301/07/2024 16/07/2024Grade: 5

Medium
160km
2500m total climbs

Chewings Range 2024

Trip Full – Expressions of interest are invited for a 16 day full-pack walk (one food drop) in the remote western section of the Chewings Range (approx. 200km west of Alice Springs) with spectacular views, amazing gorges and waterholes.
The first stage of this walk will start out from Ellery Creek which we will follow passing through the Chewings Range and walking along the northern side visiting a number of spectacular gorges before heading into Ormiston Gorge to replenish supplies.
The second stage will head back along the southern side of the range to climb Mt Giles and visit Diagonal Gorge before returning via Bowmans Gap to Ormiston Gorge for our transport back to Alice Springs.
The planned route may vary subject to Remote Walking Permit approval from NT Parks. This walk is entirely off-track in an arid environment with some parts being steep, rocky, sandy with some possible mild exposure where you will be required to carry up to 8 days food and at least one water carry for part of the first day.
This walk is suitable for experienced walkers with prior full-pack multi-day walk experience a must. Walk is partly exploratory for the Leader. Party size limited.

Contact leader giving phone no, emergency contact no, 1st aid qualifications

Walks Secretary: Pending

Adrian Jones: Pending

Linda Mallett: Pending

Robyn Christie: Pending

Rosemary MacDougal: Pending

Carole Beales_Evans: Pending

Robert Carter

Pending

Submitted: 10/06/2024