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This page covers activities for one month starting from the second Wednesday of February. For more walks, click on the Future Walks and Walks Archive tabs.

If you are a non-member interested in taking part in Club activities, and want information about walks in the program send an email to . For other general information about the club email .

Please note: Bookings for all walks on a weekend must be made to the walk leader by 2pm on the Thursday immediately before. Some walks may be fully subscribed before this time so early booking is advisable.

If you are not familiar with the procedures of the Club, please read the Walk Information (see menu at left) for details of booking on a walk, gradings, our requirement that all walkers sign an acknowledgement of risks and obligations, equipment hire, search and rescue procedures, etc. For membership enquiries click on the Join CBC button in the main menu.

Wednesday 13 February: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Leader: Eric P.

13 February–21 March: New Zealand – M/R–L/R

15–18 Feb Arthur Range, 21–~28 Feb Lewis Pass to Mt Robert, ~3–7 March Douglas Range, ~ 9–11 March Paparoa NP, ~15–20 March Rees–Dart. Options to join for some or all the walks. Walkers must be experienced at rock scrambling & use of 3 wire bridges, competent swimmers in case of unexpected river crossings, & capable of some 10 hour days. Leaders: Linda Groom & Peter Conroy; Keith Thomas for Lewis Pass walk. Contact Keith Thomas 6230 1081(h) or before 19 Feb for more info. Maps: available on request. Transport: buses or shared rental car.

Thursday evening, 14 February: Bruce and O'Connor Ridges – S/E

Meet at 6.30 pm in the the car park opposite 160 Dryandra St, O'Connor for a walk in these two pleasant areas. No need to book. Maps: Bruce and O'Connor Ridges Nature Reserves (Canberra Nature Park Maps) online. Leader: Stan Marks 6254 9568(h), 6274 7350(w) Transport: drive yourself.

16–17 February: Corang Lagoon – S/E

Foot track from Wog Wog to the lagoon and return. Maps: Corang, Endrick. Leaders: Jenny and Rob Horsfield 6231 4535 (h). Transport: ~$112 per vehicle.

Monday evening 18 February: Aranda Bushland and Frost Hollow S/E

Meet at 6.30 pm in the car park accessed via the lane beside 57 MacKellar Circuit, Cook (go through the gate) and we will walk through the Aranda Bushland and Black Mt Reserve and return to the cars via the Aranda frost hollow. No bookings. Maps: Aranda Bushlands and Black Mt. Nature Reserves (Canberra Nature Park Maps) online. Leader: Stan Marks 6254 9568(h), 6274 7350(w) Transport: drive yourself.

Tuesday 19 February: a Circuit to the West of Orroral Hill, Namadgi National Park – L/R/X

Another partly exploratory trip to look at some of the granite slabs and tors to the west of Orroral Hill. We passed through this area on the Thunder Bluff walk on 18/12/2012; it was slow going but the slabs & tors were interesting. This trip visits different features. Start at the Orroral Tracking Station site and follow the Granite Tops Walking track for 3 km before heading off track for the day. We will link up a number of prominent slabs & tors and pass to the south of Orroral Hill before continuing east and descending steeply to the Orroral Valley Road. The following grid references give an approximate guide to the route: 749554, 739550, 734543, 738539, 749536, 761532, 772531. Minimum distance: 15 km with ~700 m ascent and 9 km of scrub. Map: Rendezvous Creek. Leader: Ian Wright 6286 1473, Transport: ~90 km return. Limit: 8.

Wednesday 20 February: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Contact: Mike Smith (for NPA)

Thursday pm, 21 February: Red Hill – S/E

Meet at 6.30 pm in the car park on Red Hill, near the restaurant. We will walk along the ridge to Hindmarsh Drive and back again. No need to book. Map: Red Hill Nature Reserve (Canberra Nature Park Maps) online. Leader: Stan Marks 6254 9568(h), 6274 7350(w) Transport: drive yourself.


View from Mt Tate

(22) 23–24 February: Snowies 2 (various)

Drive down Friday night and stay at the Southern Alps Ski Club Lodge at Charlottes Pass. Two Saturday options: Mt Tate, to be led by Edwina Yee, out along the ridge past the Guthega trig, Consett Stephen Pass and on to Tate, returning via the Tate Ridge, 11 km, 550 m climb and 6¼ hours walking. The other is to Twynam and Guthega (car shuffle, estimate 14 km, 400 m climb and 5¾ hours walking), slightly longer but easier than Tate. Both are a mixture of on and off track. On Sunday, a shorter walk, route to be advised. Maps: Perisher Valley (for both walks), Geehi (for the Tate walk). Leader: Stan Marks 6254 9568(h), 6274 7350(w) Transport: ~$50–$60 incl park entry. Accommodation: single room – $120 per person for the weekend, double/twin – $75 per person ($150 for the room) for the weekend.

Saturday 23 February: Honeysuckle Creek – navigation exercise – S/M

A training exercise in map and compass near Honeysuckle Creek, for prospective leaders and regular walkers who wish to learn how to navigate. Participants must bring their own map and compass. They must also purchase and read Finding Your Way In The Bush, obtainable from the Club (see website), before the activity. Return to Canberra afterwards, or camp by the cars at Honeysuckle Creek (fees apply) and join the Legoland walk the next day. Map: Corin Dam (essential). Leader: Jeff B., Transport: ~100  km, ~$37 per car, $9–$12 per passenger (+ camp fee if staying overnight). Limit: 7 plus leader.

23–24 February: Budawangs – M/R

From the Yadboro River, climb to Castle Gap (~350 m ascent), then descend to the Clyde River and walk downstream to the Western Distributor Road. If we have time, we will climb Byangee Mountain (an extra 100 m). Great cliff views and swimming in the Clyde. Wear sandshoes or runners – you will get wet feet. Short car shuffle needed. Map: Corang. Leader: Meg M. . Transport: ~360 kms.

23–(24) February: Orroral to Bimberi, and return – L/E

Leave Orroral early Saturday morning to beat the heat and walk to Murrays Gap. Climb Bimberi Peak, looking for border markers. Leave to return by torchlight on Saturday night. For fit and fast walkers. Around 55 km and 2000 m climb. Maps: Rendezvous Creek & Corin Dam. Leader: John Evans 0417 436 877, Transport: ~$12. Further details at www.johnevans.id.au


Legoland

Sunday 24 February: Legoland – S/M

A very short walk (finishing early afternoon) among the granite boulders of Legoland, Trojan Wall and Sentinel Rock. All over 1200 m elevation, so cooler than Canberra. Some (straightforward) scrambling is involved over rocks, through tunnels and onto balconies with fine views. Come from Canberra on the day, or spend a pleasant Saturday night camping by the cars at Honeysuckle Creek (fees apply) with the navigators. Map: Corin Dam. Leader: Jeff B., . Transport: ~100 km, ~$37 per car, $9–$12 per person (+ camp fee if staying the previous night). Limit: 16.

Monday evening, 25 February: Burley Griffin S/E

Meet at 6.30 pm in the car park on the right of the road outside the Governor General's residence on Dunrossil Drive for a wander along the lake to Weston Park and back. No need to book. Map: Canberra and Queanbeyan Walking and Cycling Map online. Leader: Stan Marks 6254 9568(h), 6274 7350(w) Transport: drive yourself.

Tuesday 26 February: Isaacs Ridge and Mt Mugga Mugga – M/E–M

Full morning walk at a brisk pace. From the southern-most point of Isaacs to Mt Stanley (841 m), along crest of Isaacs Ridge to Mt Sheaffe trig (793 m), descend and cross valley to historic (circa 1920) Mt Mugga quarry, circumnavigate quarry and ascend to Mt Mugga Mugga peak (812 m). Great views to East and West. Return via new O'Malley to goggle at recently built MacMansions thence along fire trail at rear of suburban Isaacs to start point. Mostly on track or open ground. About 12 km and 300 m climb. Maps: Isaacs Ridge Nature Reserve and Mt Mugga Mugga Nature Reserve online. Leader: Eric G. Transport: Please drive yourself. Limit: 12.

Wednesday 27 February: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Contact: Mike Smith (for NPA).

Thursday evening 28 February: Tuggeranong Hill, Theodore Knolls and axe-grinding grooves – S/E

Wander the Tuggeranong Hill Nature Reserve. North-west to Tuggers Hill, then North-East over the Theodore knolls to the Indigenous axe-grinding grooves. Around 8 km and 300 m climb. Map: Tuggeranong, or http://www.tams.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/390586/cnpmaptuggaranong.pdf. Leader John Evans 0417 436 877, Transport: Please drive yourself to meet at the Callister Crescent entrance to the Nature Reserve by 6 pm. No need to book. Further details at www.johnevans.id.au

Thursday evening, 28 February: Flat Black Mountain – S/E

Meet 6.30 pm, park at end of Frith Rd near electricity substation for a wander over and around the little known, low mountain to the north of the main peak for some different views. No need to book. Map: Black Mountain Nature Reserve online. Leader: Stan Marks 6254 9568(h), 6274 7350(w) Transport: drive yourself.

Late Feb–early Mar: Western Arthur Range, Frenchmans Cap, Tasmania – M/M–R

Two of the best walks in the different topography, forests of Tasmania's south-west; come for either. The first skylines the intricate maze of a glaciated ridge, while the 'Cap' is a rewarding walk to a lonely quartzite fang also with wonderful views; we'll also see how the Dick Smith – initiated bypass around the 'sodden Loddon' is going. Contact leader by mid-November for details. Joint activity with NPA. Maps: tba. Leader: Rupert Barnett

Saturday 2 March: Mt Gingera – M/M

From Ginini car park on Mount Franklin Road we will walk along the fire trail to Pryors Hut for morning tea. We continue from there, partly on fire trail and partly on footpad, to Mt Gingera. After enjoying lunch with great views we will return, off track, to Pryors Hut and then back along the fire trail to our cars. Distance around 15 km with climbs totalling about 550 m. Map: Corin Dam. Leader: Phillip Starr 6161 3835(h), 0419 281 096(m), Transport: $50 per car ($13 – $15 per person).

2–3 March: Bimberamala River bludge – S/M–R

This trip is suitable for novices, who are invited to contact me to discuss gear etc. Wander a small number of kms downstream from the Western Distributor crossing, select a suitable campsite, then explore further downstream and/or make good use of a swimming pool. Return can be either back up river or via one of several fire trails back to the road. You are invited to bring goodies to help mark the 300th trip I've led. Map: Brooman. Leader: Alan V. Transport: ~$108/car.

Sunday evening/night 3 March: Mt Tennent sunset – L/E

Mt Tennent gets a flogging, but is always a nice trip to cause huffing and puffing. Let's add a twist by watching the sun go down and walking back by torch-light. Sunset at 7.39 pm, twilight ends 8.05 pm. Start walking about 4 pm. Bring your evening meal and perhaps something to share. Around 14 km and 800 m climb. Map: Williamsdale. Leader: John Evans 0417 436 877, Transport: ~$5. Further details at www.johnevans.id.au

Tuesday 5 March: Jerrabattgulla Creek, southern tributaries – M/R/W/X

The walk is in a preserved forest area in the Tallaganda State Forest, 20 km east of Jerangle. Lovely creeks with quite easy walking and extensive sections of tree ferns. This walk is also exploratory, but this time we will visit two of the southern tributaries. Start and park cars on the Jerrabattgulla Forest Road at approx Krawaree 265279 and follow a creek north for ~3.5 km to the main Jerrabattgulla Creek. Walk 1 km down the creek to a tributary at Krawaree 284298, which we then follow south for 1.5 km, before heading back to the cars. Maps: Jerangle, Krawarree & South Coast Forest Map 1:150,000. Leader:Ian Wright 6286 1473, Transport: ~200 km return $74 per car. Limit: 8.

Wednesday 6 March: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Contact: Janet E.

Saturday 9-Monday 11 March: Southern Blue Mountains – M/M–R

A three day walk on the Canberra Day long weekend to look at two rarely-visited ridges of the Kowmung River, run jointly with Coast and Mountain Walkers. Saturday: descend from Kanangra Walls to the Kowmung River via Brumby Ridge and camp at Orange Bluff (800 m descent). Sunday: ascend Orange Bluff Ridge for great views over Bulga Denis Canyon, walk along Scotts Main Range to Mt Feld, descend Denis Ridge to the Kowmung (400 m ascent and descent). Monday: return via Roots Ridge (800 m ascent). Map: Yerranderie. Leader: Meg M. Transport: 500 kms, $185 per car, $46 pp. Limit: 8.


Wattamolla Beach

9-11 March: Royal National Park coastal walk – M/M

This walk on the Canberra Day long weekend traverses the length of Royal National Park (RNP) along the coast covering about 28 km over 2 days. We will walk along cliffs, beaches and escarpments, taking in magnificent ocean views and the rugged beauty of Royal National Park's coastline as we go. Sat: drive to Otford and park cars. We then catch a train to Cronulla, board a ferry to Bundeena and camp at Bonnie Vale campground overnight. Sun: from Bundeena we walk 18 km to North Era campground and camp overnight, surrounded by the stunning coastal scenery. Swims possible along the way. Monday: walk out to the Otford Pie Shop, about 10 km. Maps: Port Hacking and Otford. Leader: Barry Keeley, 6241 3447 or Transport: ~$60. Camping fees: ~$25. Limit: 10.

Saturday 9–Monday 11 March: Kanangra Car Camp – M/E or M/R

Kanangra Walls is an isolated sandstone plateau in the southern Blue Mts not far from Oberon, with magnificent views. We will camp beside the cars at Boyd Crossing each night. The walks are: (Sat) Uni Rover Trail to Lost Rock, or Wallaby Pass and Mt Bungin; (Sun) Plateau walk with views all over or Spire Point (for an unusual view of Kanangra Walls, Thurat Spires and Danae Brook Falls); and (Mon) Box Ck Falls or Morong Falls (both west of the sandstone, in granite – finish around lunchtime). You will have a choice between M/E and M/R options. Maps: Shooters Hill, Kanangra & Yerranderie. Leaders: Stan Marks and Jeff B., bookings to Jeff 6231 5899(h) jcmbenn@ozemail.com.au Transport: ~$70 (based on 3 per car), plus park entry if the voucher machines are operational. Limit: 16

Monday 11 March: Gigerline Trig – M/M

Tharwa bridge, riverside, up to the trig, return on a different line; a good panorama from the top. Map: Williamsdale. Leaders: Jenny & Rob Horsfield 6231 4535 (h). Transport: ~$5 per person.

Tuesday 12 March: Border Markers from Blue Range Hut - L/M-R,ptX

From Blue Range Hut, climb via fire trail to Blue Ridge. Follow the straight line of the ACT border NE to past Two Sticks Hill. Return via fire trail. Around 14 km and 800 m climb. Map: Cotter Dam. Leader:John Evans 0417 436 877, Transport: ~$7 per person. Limit: 8. Further details at www.johnevans.id.au



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This page covers activities from the second Wednesday of March onwards. For more walks, click on the Current Month Walks and Walks Archive tabs.

If you are a non-member interested in taking part in Club activities, and want information about walks in the program send an email to . For other general information about the club email .

Please note: Bookings for all walks on a weekend must be made to the walk leader by 2pm on the Thursday immediately before. Some walks may be fully subscribed before this time so early booking is advisable.

If you are not familiar with the procedures of the Club, please read the Walk Information (see menu at left) for details of booking on a walk, gradings, our requirement that all walkers sign an acknowledgement of risks and obligations, equipment hire, search and rescue procedures, etc. For membership enquiries click on.

Wednesday 13 March: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Contact: Janet E.


Booroomba Rocks

Saturday 16 March: Booroomba Rocks – M/M

We will walk along the AAT from Honeysuckle Creek Camp Ground to Booroomba Rocks car park and then follow the footpad to Booroomba Rocks. From there we will walk off-track and across wonderful granite to spot height 1396. This is an area not usually visited by tourists as they usually stop at the end of the footpad. A short car shuffle before we commence the walk will mean that our return journey will end at the Booroomba Rocks car park. Distance around 12 km with climbs totalling about 450 m. Map: Corin Dam. Leader: Phillip Starr 6161 3835(h), 0419 281 096(m), Transport: $36 per car ($9–$11 per person).

16–17 March: Shanahans Mtn and Max's Hut – M/R

A weekend round along the ridge from Shanahans, down to the hut to camp then up the Naas to Horse Gully Hut, Shanahans Falls Creek and back up the mountain. Map: Michelago. Leaders: Jenny & Rob Horsfield 6231 4535(h). Transport: ~$15 per person.

Sunday 17 March: Coronet Peak – L/M

Coronet Peak out and back on the Australian Alps Walking track from Orroral Valley. We will go via Cotter Gap and down to Pond Creek then up onto Coronet Peak. We will have to start early as the distance is about 27 km and ~1000 m ascent. I have done the walk before but some time ago. Maps: Corin Dam, Rendezvous Creek. Leader: Lorraine Tomlins, 6248 0456(h), Transport: ~ $15 per person. Limit: 8.

Tuesday 19 March 2: The Battlements Outcrop & Honeysuckle Crag, Namadgi National Park– M/R/X

From Honeysuckle Creek camp ground, follow the Orroral Ridge Road & then part way down the Orroral Link Road, through pleasant forests for 6 km. The rest of the day is off-track. Leave the road and ascend to the small outcrop known by climbers as The Battlements, at Corin Dam 786570. We'll also explore along the ridge for about 1.5 km south-east as there appear to be other large tors & slabs in the forest. We will then follow the ridge north-west & north-east back to the cars via Honeysuckle Crag (also known as Spinnaker Rock). Distance: ~14 km Ascent: 450 m. The off-track sections are likely to have moderate to thick scrub. Map: Corin Dam. Leader: Ian Wright 6286 1473, . Transport: ~80 km return. Limit: 8

Wednesday 20 March: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Contact: Janet E.

Saturday 23 March: The Spinnaker – S/R

Honeysuckle Creek camp ground, trail and scrub to the SSE and return. A short strenuous climb near the top. Map: Williamsdale. Leaders: Jenny & Rob Horsfield 6231 4535(h). Transport: ~$8 per person.

23–24 March: 2 days Hume and Hovell Track – M/M

On Saturday 8 am drive the Brindabella Rd to walk the Hume and Hovell Track along Micalong Ck. From this delightful track waterfalls and views of the creek bubbling along can be seen. We return the same way and car camp overnight in a delightful, grassy area known as Bossawa Campsite. This is a walk and car camp very suitable for beginners, as well as veterans. Next day after breakfasting on pancakes made by me, we wander along the Micalong Swamp Track for a few hours then return drive to Canberra. This is a joint activity with BBC. Leader: Janet E. Map: Couragago / Bobby's Plain or Hume and Hovel Walking Guide Book p 99. Transport: tba Please book by 20 March so transport can be arranged.

Sunday 24 March: Billy Range – M/R

At GR 825510 there appear to be some nice granite outcrops. Propose to check these out. About 500 m of climbing, scrub bashing and easy rock scrambling involved. Map: Michelago. Leader: Roger Edwards 6288 7863(h) or Transport: $52.00 per car. Limit: 8.

Tuesday 26 March: Musgrave Creek – M/R/X/W

From near Clyde Mountain on the Kings Hwy to Sugarloaf Mountain, descend into the impressive rainforest of Musgrave Creek. Down the creek until time suggests we should exit. Short car swap, for which I have found safe parking points, to avoid walking back up the busy highway. Exploratory for this leader though there are 2 trip reports on the web for walks in this area. Scrub, rock-hopping and creek-wading; unlikely to be any compulsory swims. Main descent 400 m to creek, and 300 m climb out. At least 8 km. Map: Monga Leader: Linda Groom , 02 6281 4917 Transport: $80 per car. Limit: 8

Wednesday 27 March: Wednesday walk

For fit and experienced walkers. Contact: Janet E.

(28) 29 March–1 April (Easter): Oulla Creek, Mt Donovan, Burra Creek – M/R/W mostly X

A route that combines creeks, rainforest and rocky ridges with views, in the Deua NP. Depart Canberra 3 pm Thursday to allow time to do a car shuffle. Idyllic camp site at 651 E, 388N, about 1 km downstream of NPWS Dry Creek campsite (Jimmys Hill on the map). Next day up Dry Creek and a previously recce'd fairly clear ridge with patches of macrozamias to the junction of the Merricumbene and Oulla Ck fire trails, then down into rain-forested Oulla Creek. Next day over Mt Donovan and into the interesting rocky ridges to its south, and down to Donovan Creek. Third day down Burra Creek. Fourth day a few kms up lower Oulla Creek, then east to the shuffled car at ~ 690E, 275N. Mainly off-track, with rock hopping, scrub, and deep wades or swims to cross the Deua. Maps: Burrumbela & Bendethera. Leader: Linda Groom , 02 6281 4917 (note, may not be able to reply between 21 Feb & 21 Mar). Transport: $160 per car. Limit: 8

29 March–1 April (Easter): Budawangs northern circuit – M/M

A pack walk among the spectacular sandstone cliffs, heaths and forests of the Budawangs. The route is Nerriga – Tea Tree Ck – The Vines – Quiltys Bora Ground – Hidden Valley – Mt Sturgiss – Styles Plains – Square Top Mtn – Flat Top Mtn – Nerriga. Over 80% of the walk is on tracks and the pace will be moderate but we cover a fair distance over the four days and some stamina is required. Map: Endrick. Leader: Jeff B., Transport: ~300 km return, $28–$37 per person. Limit: 12.


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13–14 April: Clear Point, painting and photography – S/E

A weekend of various activities around a camp at Clear Point near Pebbly Beach. You can walk around to study bird life and take photos, you can draw or paint the seascapes, you can even climb Durras mountain if you so wish. Leaders: Alison M. and Gösta L. Map: Kioloa Transport: ~$40.

20–21 April: Wambagugga Creek – S/R with M/R option

A morning's walk to spacious grassy campsite beside Wambagugga Creek in the Deua NP, with an option to do an afternoon circuit without packs to the Shoalhaven River. On Sunday, a short optional climb (100 m up, 0.5 km) to a knoll; back to the cars, probably before 2 pm. Apart from the optional knoll, gradients are gentle. There is 3 km of fire trail and the rest is off-track – tussocky grass and fairly light scrub, and some logs to climb over. There is some rock hopping and thicker scrub on the side trips. 7 km to the campsite and a further 10 km in the optional afternoon circuit. Suit walkers with experience of several CBC day walks who wish to try an overnight walk. Drive is about 2 hours from Queanbeyan, and needs Subaru Foresters or similar. Map: Snowball Leader: Linda Groom Transport: $80 per car. Limit: 12

(21) 22–25 April: Wollemi NP – M/R

Sawmill ruins (GR417682), Mount Coricudgy, camp on saddle SW of Middle Hill, climb Mt Davis without packs, ridge W of Mt Davis (fab views), camp in comfy cave near Coricudgy Creek junction, wade/scrub bash 2 kms up Coricudgy Ck, explore eastern tributary (iron oxide stalactites, beautiful rainforest) (camp), Jones Hole, Gavins Swamp, Sawmill ruins. A rugged trip taken at a leisurely pace in the wonderful Wollemi. Wet feet in the creeks (boots not suitable), possible rock scrambling. Drive to Dunns swamp near Rylstone afternoon or evening of 24th. Run jointly with Coast and Mountain Walkers. Map: Coricudgy. Leader: Meg M. Transport: TBA. Limit: 8


Flinders Ranges

6–20 May: Flinders Ranges – Mostly M and one at L/R

Two base camps from where we will do day walks in the beautiful Flinders Ranges including some of the Heysen Trail. Make your way to Melrose S.A. (2 days drive from Canberra) by Monday 6 May ready to start walking on Tuesday. First week day walks including Alligator Gorge, Hidden Gorge, Devils Peak, Mt Remarkable, plus a rest day. Second week 12–20 May staying at Rawnsleys Bluff, day walks including St Marys Peak (v tough), across the Pound, walks in Aroona/Wilpena NP, Blinman Pools, a rest day and drives through beautiful gorges. You will need to be fit. There will be an information evening in February. This is a joint activity with BBC. Leader: Janet E. Expressions of interest to Janet who will then email out a more detailed walking program. Transport: each car to arrange. Maps: tba. Accommodation: ~ $30–$55 per person per night in 4 person (1 couple + 2 singles) cabins or in vans, or $120/ $165 per night for a double cabin, or tent for ~ $15 per person. Accommodation needs to be booked asap. Limit: 20.

26 June–20 July: Kakadu – M/R/X/W

Three walks in succession in the South Alligator River and Jim Jim Falls area. Maps: El Sherana, Callanan, Koolpin, Goodparla and Jim Jim Falls, all 1:50,000. Transport. Airfare around $600, share of 4WD rental around $750 plus petrol. Leader: Linda Groom , 02 6281 4917 Limit: 9. This trip is now fully booked and has a waiting list.

June–July 2013: Kakadu M/R/X/W

The walks in Kakadu offered by Walks Secretary Linda for this year's dry season are full, however it may be possible to arrange similar walks at different times. Options include South Alligator River, Jim Jim–Twin Falls, and the Koolpin–Barramundi Creek area. Maps: El Sherana, Callanan, Koolpin, Goodparla and Jim Jim Falls, all 1:50,000. Leader: Rupert Barnett . Transport: Airfare around $600, share of 4WD approx $1200. Limit: 6. If you are interested contact me immediately.



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The picture at the top of this page is of the Murramarang National Park on the South Coast of New South Wales. Club walks extend to the coast and the area around Mt Durras (on the right of the photo) is a favourite destination for cabin-based walking weekends (photo David Briese).