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Overnight Walk Ideas

Overnight (and longer) Walks: Previous club walks for:

WALK .
WalkID: 49
1-5 Nov (Sat-Wed): PUTTY TO CULOUL RANGE VIA WOLLEMI CK (M-H) Five-day walk- in conjunction with Friends of the Colo. Survey and treat willows (if any!) along Putty and Wollemi Creeks- exiting at Tinda Creek. For experienced overnight walkers. Lots of wading- sand and rock-hopping- but delightful gorge scenery and campsites. L Limit: 8. Map: Wirraba- Six Brothers (2008)

WALK .
WalkID: 654
1-8 Nov (Mon-Mon): SNOWY MOUNTAINS (M-X) Hut Walk of the Snowy Mountains, Kiandra to Kosciusko. A walk mainly track visiting new and old huts. Limit: 8. Map: Cabramurra, Denison, Khancoban, Mount Kosciusko (2010)

WALK .
WalkID: 1096
3-9 Nov (Sat-Fri): COLO COLOSSUS (H) From Newnes to Culoul Range via the Wolgan and Colo Rivers. Join Friends of the Colo in this wonderful journey through magnificent gorges, and do a little feral plant control along the way. This is a biannual exercise aimed at keeping willows and other serious weeds out of this part of the Wollemi Wilderness. There is no track. Participants can expect lots of wading and rock-hopping, but great campsites. Experience in multi-day off-track wilderness trips is essential. Limit: 8. Map: Mt Morgan & Six Bros (2012)

SNW .
WalkID: 4021
3-4 Nov (Tue - Wed): LINCOLN AND ERSKINE CREEKS () A short but interesting almost full pack but overnight walk South of Glenbrook. From Pisgah car park, follow the faint track down Monkey Ropes creek to the confluence with Lincoln Creek. Ascend Lincoln creek, negotiating pristine rainforest obstacles, to a good camping cave at a creek junction with a rock platform and nearby small waterfall with plunge pool. Next day ascend side creek onto Erskine Ridge and follow the ridge to eventually descend a rough gully opposite the Dadder Cave. From the Dadder Cave follow the rock platforms of Erskine Creek to the big pool and then scramble to Pisgah rock and then a short walk to the car. Mostly off track 10km with two 250m ascents and descents. Some visitor book placement and replenishment. Limit: 6. Map: Penrith (2020)

WALK .
WalkID: 2477
4-6 Nov (Fri-Sun): AIRLY CAR CAMP (E-M-X) The Airly car camp has been cancelled. Frank Limit: 20. Map: Glen Alice (2016)

WALK .
WalkID: 958
4-7 Nov (Fri-Mon): AIRLY VIA CAPERTEE (E-M-X, Bike riding) Another car camp at Airly (now Mugii Murumban SCA)just east of Capertee. Day walks of all grades and great camp fires and cooking. We will attempt a 15 km walk and alternatively bike ride from Airly to the new Capertee NP homestead. Bring everything, toilets provided. Limit: 40. Map: Glen Alice (2011)

WALK .
WalkID: 2968
5-30 Nov (Mon-Fri): NEPAL (H) A great trek in the Everest region, trekking from Phaplu to Namche Bazaar, Gokyo and Ama Dablam base camp. Return flight to Kathmandu from Lukla. A fully supported trek staying in traditional Nepalese traditional lodges. The best month for mountain views! You can't book online - phone or email me and I'll send details including costs. Limit: 10. Map: Jiri to Everest Base Camp (2018)

WALK .
WalkID: 1975
6-8 Nov (Fri-Sun): DUNNS SWAMP (E-M) Dunns Swamp which is on the Cudgegong River east of Rylstone. A weekend of doing as much as you want, some short walks, canoeing ,liloing swimming, birding and of course those photos. Limit: 20. Map: Olinda (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 2818
7-10 Nov (Tue-Fri): NEWNES CAR CAMP (M-H) THIS ACTIVITY HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT YEAR All walks will be in steep country, climbing a minimum of 200m. Day 1, Tues: Starting from Petrie's Gully, we follow a side gully up to an old log chute, where in mining days, they used to slide logs down into the valley. Interesting remnants remain anchored in the narrow walls of the chute. Day 2, Wed: On the opposite side of the the Wolgan River to Zobel's Gully we will climb steeply to a dry canyon called Minotaur Lair (approx 415232 Ben Bullen map). Day 3, Thur: We will climb up Mystery Mtn to the cliff line, then follow the base of the cliffs until we find a chute to the top. Then walk over the ridge and down through the rainforested Zobel's Gully back to camp. Day 4, Fri: Maybe a short walk before we return home. Limit: 8. Map: Ben Bullen, Mt Morgan (2017)

OTHER .
WalkID: 2055
7-10 Nov (Sat-Tue): WOLGAN WALLOP (M-H) Join in this Friends of the Colo activity. Check along the wonderful Wolgan from Starlight Creek to below Rocky Creek for stray willows and cape ivy, and check key cape ivy sites down near Annie Rowan Creek. Wading and rock-hopping is involved, but little back-packing due to vehicle support from NPWS. Limit: 8. Map: Mount Morgan (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 53
8-9 Nov (Sat-Sun): CENTRAL COAST CYCLING (E-M) Sample the beautiful scenery of the Central Coast from some excellent cycle paths - perhaps travel around Brisbane Water from Umina to Gosford or along the shores of Tuggerah Lake or maybe Budgewoi Lake. All will be scenic- reasonably flat and mostly off road. Expect distances of about 30 km or so each day. Overnight at our week-ender. L Limit: 10. Map: UBD Citylink Directory. (2008)

WALK .
WalkID: 35
Sat 08-Nov to 09-Nov: Breakfast Creek (E-M) Camp alongside the Cox's river near Breakfast Creek. Walk in probably down Ironmonger Spur, very steep descent to the river. Apart from the descent, a reasonably easy weekend with time to enjoy any pools there may be. Limit: 8. Map: Jenolan (2008)

WALK .
WalkID: 1744
8-9 Nov (Sat-Sun): MOUNT BANKS TO MOUNT HAY ((M-H-X, Scrub Cliffs) This is a co lead walk with two parties, each travelling the same route but in opposite directions. Saturday night rendezous on the Grose River. This will avoid a lengthy car shuffle. Just in case each team will be carrying two sets of car keys! The number one team walks the Explorers Range over Mt Strezlecki and descending Garrard's Gulch to the Grose River and meeting the A Team at our known camp site on the Grose River just below Shaws Gully. The A team travels from the Mt Hay Car Park over Boorong Crags to descend via Shaws Gully. The next day each team completes the second part of their journey including should time permit a visit to the unique perched lake. NB: A section of this walk is through park burnt in the 2013 state mine fire and is currently closed. Dates may be adjusted earlier or later according to accessibility. Limit: 8. Map: Mount Wilson (2014)

WALK .
WalkID: 3620
9-10 Nov (Sat-Sun): BOX CREEK, BOYD PLATEAU (M) From the Kowmung River Fire Trail walk down the ridge to the top of Box Creek Falls. Find a camp site and explore down the cascades and go swimming in the pools then return to campsite. Next morning cut over a ridge and explore Black Banksia Falls and return to the cars. Depending how we feel we may go for a stroll somewhere else as well. A pretty easy walk but with rock scrambling and swimming. Hopefully there'll be some rain before hand. Limit: 6. Map: Kanangra/Shooter (2019)

WALK .
WalkID: 1539
9-10 Nov (Sat-Sun): BUDAWANG NP (M-X) On this car camping weekend we will explore the Little Forest Plateau area of the Budawang NP. We will meet down there on Friday and on Saturday we will walk out to Rusden Head and Florence Head (16 kms return). On Sunday we will walk out to Mt Bushwalker (7kms return) and explore 'The Ravines' area. All of the walks are tracked, fairly level and lead to great lookouts. Where we camp will depend on the weather.If it is hot we will camp at Lake Conjola so we can go for a swim otherwise we will stay in the neighbouring state forest. However, we didn't find any excellent camp sites in the state forest. Limit: 8. Map: Milton/Tianjara (2013)

WALK .
WalkID: 984
11-12 Nov (Fri-Sat): LOCKLEY PYLON () Easy overnight walk along a formed track to camp under the full moon, on top of a treeless hill. Speccy views over the Grose Valley. If raining, we may go to Dr Dark's Cave instead. Commencing at 7pm from the Mt Hay Fire Trail. Return to the cars by 0930 Saturday. Beginners welcome. 8km return. Limit: 8. Map: Katoomba (2011)

OTHER .
WalkID: 2056
11-12 Nov (Wed-Thu): NEWNES CAR CAMP (M) Car-camp at beautiful Newnes, with Friends of the Colo. Check a few kilometres up and downstream for crack willows. Wading and rock-hopping involved, but no back-packing. (This is being held midweek to avoid the yahoos who have spoilt our weekend camps there in recent years.) Limit: 12. Map: Mount Morgan, Ben Bullen (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 983
12-13 Nov (Sat-Sun): MOUNT CAMERON (M-X) Explore the area around Mount Cameron. Start at natural bridge, walk along the Mount Cameron fire trail to an area supposedly with open forested camping (an old farm and remains of hut - 9km on track). May need to explore to find water. Return the same way. Limit: 8. Map: Rock Hill (2011)

SNW .
WalkID: 2512
12-13 Nov (Sat - Sun): WOLLEMI CREEK () A return to the Wollemi Creek gorge to check out the possible routes used by canoeist Ock Hatherly to get out from and back to his stash cave in 1933. Round trip from the Hollow Rock carpark on the Culoul Range. Camp by the creek. 500m descent and ascent. Boulder hopping along the river. Rock scrambling likely on the passes. Limit: 6. Map: Six Brothers (2016)

WALK .
WalkID: 704
13-14 Nov (Sat-Sun): NARROW NECK CEDAR CREEK (M-X, Cliffs & scrub?) Jamie Where the XXXX are you? This will be an interesting strategic foray into an area where it would have been difficult not to blunder onto a major fire trail. Green Gully, Carlon's Head, Walls Pass, Cedar Head, Bunba Yaka Creek, Cedar Land Ridge, Medlow Gap, Green Gully. The trip may be altered depending on weather and participants. May need to carry water short distance to what promises to be a great camp site. Limit: -4. Map: Jamison (2010)

WALK .
WalkID: 990
14-18 Nov (Mon-Fri): BEN BOYD NATIONAL PARK (, E/M) Monday 14th: We'll drive down and climb Mt Dromedary at Tilba where there are some fabulous rock formations. Then spend the next 2 days doing the easy 30 km 'Light to Light' pack walk from north to south after organizing a car swap. The walk has plenty of sandy beaches, ocean platforms and sheltered inlets....swimming, fishing, maybe whale watching and some history. On Wed night we could book into the Green Cape Lighthouse cottages and pamper ourselves [$280 for a cottage taking 6 people]. People who just want to do day walks in the park are welcome. Thursday and Friday, we'll do some of the many other interesting walks in the area before driving home. Email for options available. Limit: 12. Map: Eden (2011)

WALK .
WalkID: 708
14-18 Nov (Sun-Thu): MYALL LAKES (M-X) Come and spend a week exploring this lovely waterway. Some time will be spent exploring the lakes (exact locations will depend on wind conditions) and then we will paddle down the Myall River to Tea Gardens. Ability to swim and paddle essential. You must have a PFD. Limit: 10. Map: Great Lakes National Parks” NP publication and “Ca (2010)

VOL .
WalkID: 1693
15-16 Nov (Sat-Sun): JENOLAN CAVES () Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve Sycamore War: Help control the 50ha of weed trees invading bushland at Jenolan Caves. Training in techniques & weed identification given. Accommodation & main meals provided. BBQ Dinner & Saturday evening activity eg. Guided Cave Tour or Native Fauna spotlight walk. Limit: 0. Map: (2014)

WALK .
WalkID: 1238
16 Nov to 2 Dec (Fri-Sun): ILLAWARRA/SHOALHAVEN (E-M) EXPRESSION OF INTEREST Walks by negotiation. I will be down at my sister's again with her daughter while she's away so anyone wishing to do some walks in this area, please contact me. You are welcome to stay at her house with me with it's views of the lake and escarpment. See 17th and 18th for planned walks. Limit: 12. Map: Books - Walks in the Illawarra and Shoalhaven (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 1243
17-19 Nov (Sat-Mon): COLO RIVER (H) Travel the Colo gorge from Boorai Creek to Canoe Creek, in lightweight packrafts. This is a Friends of the Colo activity, checking for willows and doing some follow-up treatment on small patches of tree of heaven and cape ivy. 10km walking, 500 metres descent and ascent; 10km of river, portaging past many of the rapids. Experienced in multi-day remote trips essential. Priority to experienced rafters and weed spotters. Limit: 8. Map: Six Brothers and Colo Heights (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 2732
18-19 Nov (Sat - Sun): BOYD RIVER KANANGRA () Mountain biking on fire trails. Cyclists from Summer Hill-Newtown will be there. One is a friend of mine. Two rides planned, 28 km and 21 km. The following text is from their leader. Day 1 Loop Start at the camp ground and head towards the Walls. Turnoff after 2kms onto a 4WD track. After about 8kms, turn left and head left down to the Morong Creek Falls. Come back on same track and then turn left again. Cross Morong Creek and then turn right along the Boyd River Fire Trail. This eventually comes back to the main entrance road and we then turn right and roll down to the camp ground. The road surface is generally good with some muddy sections (which can be avoided). I am not taking knobblies but just using normal road tyres. I can provide topo maps for people who want to do more than just this – there is a challenging ride down to the Kowmung river along this route. Day2 Loop This is a little more challenging than Day 1 (because of the road surface and the climbing) but hey! we have plenty of time. I strongly suggest a detour down to the Walls lookout. Limit: 10. Map: Kanangra (2017)

WALK .
WalkID: 910
19-22 Nov (Sat-Tue): COLO RIVER (, M-H) Travel the Colo gorge on packrafts from Canoe Creek to Bob Turners Track, with the Friends of the Colo. On the way check for willows, tree of heaven and cape ivy. For experienced wilderness walkers and paddlers. We will be travelling on pack-rafts, with rock hopping necessary around rapids. Steep 500m descent but easier climb out on track. Limit: 8. Map: Colo Heights, Mtn Lagoon (2011)

WALK .
WalkID: 333
21-22 Nov (Sat-Sun): COLO RIVER AT PINCHGUT CREEK (M-H) An overnight walk and lilo trip, with a beautiful camping spot on a beach. The walk in is steep and rugged. Depending on the weather and inclination, the return on Sunday will be by the same route, or by liloing down the river to Canoe Creek and climbing out via the track. This is a joint activity with Friends of the Colo, and a few hours will be spent treating a cape ivy patch and some tree of heaven (involvement optional). Limit: 8. Map: Colo Heights (2009)

COMBINED .
WalkID: 2096
21-22 Nov (Sat-Sun): SHOALHAVEN RIVER (M, 3) A combined Willow Warriors/SBC activity with National Parks support. We will drop of Matador ridge to the greater Horseshoe Bend (2 km; 330m descent. On the river (manly Grade 2 whitewater) we will packraft down the Shoalhaven (16km), including Blockup Gorge, treating isolated willows and tree of heaven, exit at Bungonia creek (3km; 490m ascent). NB date may change to 28-29/11 depending on water levels. Limit: 10. Map: Nerringa, Touga (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 3053
22-25 Nov (Fri-Mon): GREENPATCH JERVIS BAY (E, Carcamp) Annual car camp at Jervis Bay. Three nights at Greenpatch in an area of 8 short-walk-in tent sites overlooking the creek we should have to ourselves. Close to good group amenities. Activities include swimming, walks, cycling, campfires and Christmas party. About 10 car spaces only available for these sites so car sharing advised. About 4 nearby large sites available for camper trailers, large tents etc. If interested contact leader for a brochure of full details and recommended sites. Make your own booking directly on or after 22 July to secure a site. Some may wish to extend their stay. Limit: 30. Map: Jervis Bay (2019)

WALK .
WalkID: 1259
23 Nov to 8 Dec (Fri-Sat): NEW ZEALAND () Come and join us on a week's cycle in the north of the south island - Queen Charlotte track and, the next week, the coastal track in Able Tasman National Park. The cycle is an easy one for people new to carrying all their gear on their bike. We will camp or hostel depending on what people want. Catch a train from Christchurch to the start of the cycle (a great train ride) See NZ Topo Maps: http://www.topomap.co.nz/ Limit: 8. Map: Queen Charlotte Track; Coast Track Tasman (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 2708
24-27 Nov (Fri - Mon): BOUDEREE NATIONAL PARK () BRISTOL POINT ANNUAL CAR CAMP at beautiful Bouderee National Park on Jervis Bay. Swimming, snorkeling, bike riding, beach activities and walking or just relaxing. To secure our sites the booking must be made in July and full payment is required once the booking is confirmed. Cost depends on the number but as a guide last year we paid $56 per person for 3 nights. There will be a shared meal on Saturday night.Note tent based camping only. Limit: 20. Map: Jervis Bay (2017)

WALK .
WalkID: 2333
25-28 Nov (Fri-Mon): BOUDEREE NATIONAL PARK (E, S) EXPINTERST BRISTOL POINT Annual CAR CAMP at beautiful Bouderee National Park on Jervis Bay. Swimming, snorkelling, bike-riding, walking or just relaxing. Booking cannot be made until July but we need to know how many to book for. Cost depends on number but as a guide last year we paid $56 per person for 3 nights. Full payment required once the booking is made and confirmed in July. Note: tent based camping only. Limit: 20. Map: Jervis Bay (2016)

SOCIAL .
WalkID: 936
25-27 Nov (Fri-Sun): BRISTOL POINT JERVIS BAY (E, Social) The SBC annual car camp at Bristol Point. All the usual activities bushwalks, bike rides, snorkelling, swimming, beach cricket and much more fun. Bring food to share Saturday night. Cost is $30 per person for the weekend. Please book early to as places fill fast. Limit: 15. Map: Booderee National Park (2011)

SNW .
WalkID: 2107
25-26 Nov (Wed-Thu): WOLLEMI CREEK (H-X) A lilo trip along a section of Wollemi Creek to investigate some 1930s history. Walk to Tinda Creek from the Culoul Range, lilo about 6km and exit back to Culoul on the second morning. Limit: 5. Map: Six Bros (2015)

SOCIAL .
WalkID: 615
26-29 Nov (Fri-Mon): BOODEREE NP. (E, Social) Bristol Point Car Camp. Our annual car camp at Jervis Bay. Activities include bushwalks, bike rides, swimming, canoeing, water-play, beach cricket and anything else one chooses to do! Laughter and merriment are always high on the 'to do list'. Bring food to share for Saturday night festivities which includes a dress up theme. Cost is approx $30 per person, great value for this outstanding weekend. Don't miss out - book in early. Limit: 15. Map: Booderee NP. (2010)

VOL .
WalkID: 1007
26-28 Nov (Sat-Mon): KATOOMBA (H) Blue Gum Forest An opportunity for all who love the Blue Gum Forest area to help control the weeds that may have regenerated after the 2006 fires. Be prepared to get wet. This is a strenuous and remote activity in conjunction with National Parks’ officers Limit: 8. Map: Mt Wilson (2011)

WALK .
WalkID: 342
27-30 Nov (Fri-Mon): Booderee NP (E) Bristol Point Car Camp. Our annual camp at Jervis Bay. Activities include bushwalks, bike rides, swimming, canoeing, water-play, beach cricket and anything else one chooses to do!. Laughter and merriment always high on the 'to do list'. Bring food to share for Saturday night festivities and dress up theme this year is 'Saints and Sinners'. Check with Fran H for bookings and information re payment. Cost is $31 per person, great value for this outstanding weekend. Don't miss out - book in early. Limit: 25. Map: Booderee NP (2009)

EXPINT .
WalkID: 1922
27-30 Nov (Fri-Mon): BRISTOL POINT (E, S) Annual CAR CAMP at beautiful Bouderee National Park on Jervis Bay. Swimming, snorkelling, bike-riding, walking or just relaxing. Booking cannot be made until July but we need to know how many to book for to avoid disappointing those who would like to attend. Cost depends on number but as a guide last year we paid $55 per person for 3 nights. Full payment required once the booking is made and confirmed in July. THIS WALK IS NOW FULL AND THE SITES BOOKED. Limit: 20. Map: Jervis Bay (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 584
27-28 Nov (Sat-Sun): COLO RIVER AT PINCHGUT CREEK (H) An overnight walk and lilo trip, with a beautiful camping spot on a beach. The walk in is steep and rugged. Depending on the weather and inclination, the return on Sunday will be by the same route, or by liloing down the river to Canoe Creek and climbing out via the track. This is a joint activity with Friends of the Colo - a couple of hours will be spent treating a cape ivy patch and some tree of heaven (involvement optional). Limit: 8. Map: Colo Heights (2010)

WALK .
WalkID: 68
28-30 Nov (Fri-Sun): BRISTOL POINT CAR CAMP (S-E) Our annual camp at Jervis Bay. Nearly full- so book in quickly. Check with Wendy W for remaining spaces- and her address- then send Wendy a cheque for $30 per person made payable to Springwood Bushwalking Club. Also send her your intended car rego for free entry with this booking. Theme: “Singing in the Rain” (but hope for sunshine all weekend!) L Limit: 30. Map: Jervis Bay (2008)

WALK .
WalkID: 1669
28 Nov to 1 Dec (Fri-Mon): BRISTOL POINT (E, S) Annual car camp at beautiful Bouderee National Park on Jervis Bay. Activities include swimming, snorkelling, bike-riding, walking or just relaxing. Shared meal Saturday night. Price for 3 nights approx $55 per person to be confirmed after booking is made July 28. Maximum 15 persons on the site and an additional site will be considered if there is sufficient interest. Limit: 0. Map: Jervis Bay (2014)

SNW .
WalkID: 1783
28-29 Nov (Fri-Sat): BRISTOL POINT/GREENPATCH () Annual car camp at Bouderee National Park on Jervis Bay. Camper trailer site at Greenpatch is available. Jenyne & Kevin Debeck booked in but now will be moving house on that day. Would anyone like to take the site, next to other SBC members. Please contact Jenyne at jenynedb@westnet.com.au Limit: 0. Map: (2014)

WALK .
WalkID: 397
28-30 Nov (Sat-Mon): Deanes Creek Traverse (M-X) Deanes Creek traverse- Starting early Saturday morning at Newnes we will walk up through Zobel's Gully to Constance Gorge and then down to Deanes Creek. We will camp somewhere along Deanes Creek on Sat night, then continue on Sunday and camp at the junction of Deanes and Rocky Creek on Sunday night. A leisurely walk back up the Wolgan River to Newnes on Monday. You will get your feet wet and possibly some wading. Maps: Mt Morgan & Rock Hill Limit: 8 Limit: 8. Map: Mt Morgan & Rock Hill (2009)

WALK .
WalkID: 384
28-29 Nov (Sat-Sun): Wollangambe River (M-X) A weekend of river walking exploring the upper reaches of the Wollangambe River. Saturday night will be spent in a great camp cave. There could be swimming with packs. Limit: 8. Map: Wollangambe (2009)

SOCIAL .
WalkID: 1474
29 Nov to 1 Dec (Fri-Sun): BOODEREE NATIONAL PARK (, Social) Bristol Point. This is the Club's annual weekend down near Jervis Bay. All the joys of camping as well as swimming,snorkeling,walking. Booking for 15 to be made on 29th July unless more sign up. Cost to be advised. Contact Selena Williams at selenaestelle@bigpond.com Limit: 15. Map: (2013)

WALK .
WalkID: 1767
29-30 Nov (Sat-Sun): COXS RIVER (M, , Grade 3) Green Gully to the junction of Galong Creek and the Coxs via Ironpot ridge and Tinpot hill. Camp at one of the splendid spots along the Coxs before returning via Ironmonger Spur. This is a relatively easy trip suitable for those wanting to try an overnight walk. Pleasant mountain and river scenery. All on track, no scrub and the distances are not too excessive - Approx 18-19 Km all up. A bit of a climb out on Sunday ? but hey, this is the Blue Mountains. Limit: 8. Map: Jenolan (2014)

WALK .
WalkID: 3593
30 Nov to 1 Dec (Sat-Sun): BREAKFAST CREEK - RESCHEDULED (E, overnight) Date changed. Again! Easy overnight - great for kids or if you're trying out gear. From Dunphy's carpark (Megalong), follow the track down Green Gully and along Breakfast creek to the Cox's river, to camp. Beautiful scenery along Breakfast creek, and there may even be some water in the creek. A bit early for fireflies, but i have seen them in this area at Christmas time. Limit: 8. Map: Jenolan (2019)

SNW .
WalkID: 1512
30 Nov to 1 Dec (Sat-Sun): BUNGONIA NATIONAL PARK (M-H) Due to the bush fires at the time this activity has been rescheduled from the 26th October. An adventurous weekend at Bungonia NP camping, caving and walking. Saturday will be a choice of caving through Fossil Hogan cave(rated E-M) and possibly Blowfly cave(rated M,abseil in and prussic out) or for those not into caving they can walk the Green Track (6 km E-M) which skirts the cliff line and lookouts with views into Bungonia and Shoalhaven gorges, and maybe the Orange track(rated E). Saturday night will be the usual happy hour around the fire. Sunday we will walk the Red Track (5 kms 4-5 hours M-H)through the narrow Bungonia Gorge scrambling over boulders the size of cars. The gorge is about 20 meters wide with 300 meter shear walls either side. It includes a steep 350 meter descent and an easy 350 meter ascent. If you want to go caving you must have your own helmet and head torch. The caves are not muddy but can be dry and dusty. There are hot showers at the campground. Park entry fee is $7 per car and camping fee is $10 per night per person. Hopefully we will get away mid afternoon for the trip home. Limit: 12. Map: Bungonia (2013)

WALK .
WalkID: 3613
30 Nov to 1 Dec (Fri-Sat): MANGROVE CREEK SPENCER (E-M, Kayak) Exploring Mangrove Creek with the tide before camping at Gentleman's Halt on the Hawkesbury River. This is a easy overnight kayaking trip with minimal camping gear and distance involved. Limit: 8. Map: Mangrove (2018)