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Overnight Walk Ideas

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

WALK .
WalkID: 2421
2-3 Jul (Sat - Sun): NAVSHIELD () Be part of this amazing navigation event which attracts entries from local, interstate and overseas organisations. Participants test their bush and compass navigation abilities through 100 square kms of wilderness terrain a few hours drive from Sydney. The idea is to navigate to checkpoints throughout the course area on foot by day and night (the one day event can return after dark). We have usually fielded a couple of teams, some aim at winning, others may be easier paced. All have the same chance to practice navigation (or learn new skills). Join a team or form your own. For more info, register and pay online at http://www.bwrs.org.au/?q=NavShield Limit: 20. Map: unknown Jeanette L 47511392 or 0402228896 bmaudio@exemail.com.au Limit: 30. Map: unknown (2016)

SNW .
WalkID: 3843
4-5 Jul (Sat-Sun): BONNUM PIC, NATTAI NP (H) A full moon special. To coincide with the full moon we will turn this usually day walk into an overnighter camping on the spectacular knife-edge ridge that juts out into the Wollondilly Valley, Nattai NP. This will allow views back across to the Blue Breaks,Kanangra & Mt Colong as the full moon rises. on Sunday we will venture out and down the "ramp-of-death" to the end of the ridge. last time we had spectacular mist in the morning. Distance 16km some off track. Limit: 8. Map: Hilltop. Kelvin M 4754 3856 liz.kelvin@gmail.com. If you have not walked with us before please ring to check the walk is suitable for you. Limit: 8. Map: Hilltop (2020)

WALK .
WalkID: 265
4-5 Jul (Sat-Sun): Mt Dawson (M-X) Overnight walk to Mt Dawson via Little Capertee Creek to the saddle, then follow the escarpment to the camp cave at Mt Dawson. Expect a cold winter night around the campfire. Limit: 8. Map: Ben Bullen (2009)

SNW .
WalkID: 1939
4-5 Jul (Sat-Sun): NAVSHIELD ((E-M-H-X, self paced) Be part of this amazing navigation event which attracts entries from local, interstate and overseas organisations. Participants test their bush and compass navigation abilities through 100 square kms of wilderness terrain a few hours drive from Sydney. The idea is to navigate to checkpoints throughout the course area on foot by day and night (the one day event can return after dark). We have usually fielded a couple of teams, some aim at winning, others may be easier paced. All have the same chance to practice navigation (or learn new skills). Join a team or form your own. For more info, register and pay online at http://www.bwrs.org.au/?q=NavShield Limit: 20. Map: unknown (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 1985
4-5 Jul (Sat-Sun): NAVSHIELD (VHExp) A very veteran team in the overnight rogaining event, class 1. Limit: 5. Map: Unknown (2015)

WALK .
WalkID: 235
4-5 Jul (Sat-Sun): To be announced (E-M-H-X) Navshield! Get your team together for the premier navigation event of the year. Last year one of our club teams won the event, this year it may be your team. This competition is run by BWRS and provides excellent training for those wishing to improve their navigation skills and confidence - and you can go at your own pace. More information on the website - http://www.bwrs.org.au/pages/navshield.html Discount for early registration, and a club subsidy is available for competitors. Limit: 8. Map: Mystery. (2009)

WALK .
WalkID: 1449
6-7 Jul (Sat-Sun): DAWES RIDGE SADDLE (E-M-X, Scrub, Cliffs) Exploration of this excellent wild area continues. Linden Ridge fire trail and Dawes Ridge foot track then off track to set up our base camp then to explore a series of overhangs for signs of habitation. Excellent views and wilderness experience assured. Limit: 8. Map: Springwood, Kurrajong, Katoomba (2013)

SNW .
WalkID: 1182
7-8 Jul (Sat-Sun): NORTH WEST OF SYDNEY (E-M-H-X, self paced) Be part of this amazing navigation event which attracts entries from local, interstate and overseas organisations. Participants test their bush and compass navigation abilities through 100 square kms of wilderness terrain a few hours drive from Sydney. The idea is to navigate to checkpoints throughout the course area on foot by day and night (the one day event can return after dark). We have two teams in the one-day event - one aiming at winning, the other may be an easier paced team, but offering the same chance to practice nav (or learn new skills). Join a team or form your own. For more info, register and pay online at http://www.bwrs.org.au/?q=NavShield Limit: 20. Map: unknown (2012)

SNW .
WalkID: 1184
7-8 Jul (Sat-Sun): WOLLANGAMBE CRATER (E-M) A fairly easy 7km walk gets us to the "crater" where we'll camp. If rain, we'll retreat to a nearby overhang. If you're new to overnight walks, this is a good one to do. Kids are welcome provided they're capable of walking the distance with full pack. Limit: 8. Map: Wollangambe (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 1694
7-30 Jul (Mon-Wed): WOLLONGONG/NOWRA (E/M) In between these dates, I'll be back at my sister's with her daughter in Oak Flats past Wollongong sitting in her sunny room overlooking the lake and the mts watching the sunset. Come and join me - 2 bedrooms up for grabs. Contact me with dates that suit you and walks to suit will follow. Limit: 8. Map: various (2014)

WALK .
WalkID: 609
10-11 Jul (Sat-Sun): KOSCIUSZKO NP () Cross-country ski trip. D1; ski 9km to camp at Teddy's Hut via Brindle Bull Hill. Short arvo tour to Mt Terrible. D2; ski across the Boggy Plain to do a side trip to Cascade Hut, then return to Dead Horse Gap. If you have any skiing experience, AND overnight bushwalking experience, you may just enjoy this. If no-snow down low, then we will go to the Main Range. Limit: 8. Map: Thredbo 1:50000, other various (2010)

WALK .
WalkID: 3437
11-13 Jul (Thu-Sat): DUNNS SWAMP CAR CAMP ((E, Kayak, Bush Walk) A three day camping trip with the opportunity for bush walking and kayaking. Camping fees apply, for more information please visit - https://www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au/camping-and-accommodation/campgrounds/ganguddy-dunns-swamp-campground/map Limit: 16. Map: Olinda (2019)

WALK .
WalkID: 2458
12-19 Jul (Wed-Wed): JATBULA TRACK, KAKADU (M, on track) The Jatbula trail goes from Katherine Gorge to Edith Falls in the Northern Territory. The website says you must be 'Capable of walking over rough ground with up to 15kg backpack'. Sounds pretty easy to me! There is also a 39 km walk in Litchfield that looks interesting, or I'm researching something in Kakadu. Max 15 starters per day - we were lucky enough to book 11 places to start on July 13, for the 5-night option. This walk is now closed, unless someone cancels. Information Jatbula: https://nt.gov.au/leisure/recreation/bushwalking-hiking/nitmiluk-national-park-jatbula-trail Limit: 12. Map: (2017)

WALK .
WalkID: 1698
12-13 Jul (Sat-Sun): MOUNT SOLITARY TRAVERSE () Golden stairs, the ruined castle, the knife edge camp at Singajingawell Creek. Next day descend to and cross Kedumba Creek and up hill to our cars parked at the Kedumba Road gate. A classic blue mountains walk. All on tracks but with significant hills and minor scrambling Limit: 8. Map: Katoomba (2014)

WALK .
WalkID: 1122
15-26 Jul (Sun-Thu): TIBOOBURRA TO INNAMINCKA (M, Bike Ride) Join the Silver City Bush Treadlers on their annual outback pushbike epic or dare to raise money for the Royal Flying Doctors Service. (This is the middle section of a bigger ride from Broken Hill to Birdsville) Sturt Pea Dare-Tibooburra to Innaminka via Cameron’s Corner, and the Old Strezlecki Track. This section will include some time in the Innamiinka Regional Reserve and may include the loop road and/or Coongie Lakes. This will depend on the status of roads at the time. The ride is fully supported. Truck for luggage and trailer for any bikes who cannot make the day with a follow up small bus. Cost includes all meals and camping fees. Great ride, good cause and good company. Limit: 8. Map: NSW & SA Road Maps (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 522
17-18 Jul (Sat-Sun): CEDAR CREEK (M-H-X, M-H-X, Mockum) Where's Jamie??!?, Following in his footsteps, or as close as we can, we follow the plighted route of Mr ONeil - featuring videos, photos and bushtucker vignettes. For this first part will be stumbling into Cedar Valley trying to work out, what (if anything) was in his head at the time. From the ruined castle down to Cedar Creek and then somewhat downstream, returning the same way. Stay tuned for part 2 Limit: 4. Map: Katoomba, Jamison (2010)

EXPINT .
WalkID: 2704
19-23 Jul (Wed - Sun): KAKADU NATIONAL PARK () From Katherine we will make our way to Darwin via Jabiru visiting as many famous Kakadu places as possible. Expect fabulous scenery, amazing plants, astounding art work, swim in lovely pools above the escarpment and do a series of day walks (and possibly an overnight walk) in this world renown area. We will travel via 4wd vehicles to cover as much as possible in the park and camp most nights. Limit: 7. Map: (2017)

WALK .
WalkID: 2690
21-23 Jul (Fri - Sun): PORT STEPHENS () 21st Jly Tomaree & Yaccaba Headlands (M) Two great walks at the entrance to Port Stephens. Spend the weekend at " Chateau Foster " we have room at our holiday house for up to 10 people.Some will need to sleep on the floor. Extras will need to book in to the Shoal Bay Holiday Park -( Ph 49811427) who have a range of accommodation from tent sites to Cabins This is only 500m from our place. We are planning to take the ferry (approx $20 return) to Tea Gardens around 9am Sat. From there we'll walk up the beach and then up Yaccaba Head elevation approx 185m. Sunday a walk up Tomaree Head 161m and look at the WW2 fortifications. Possible options are :- a sunset cruise around the bay on Saturday evening, or fish & chips on the beach. Two National Parks - Tomaree and Myall Lakes National Park. Limit: 20. Map: Port Stephens (2017)

WALK .
WalkID: 1178
21-22 Jul (Sat-Sun): PUTTY VALLEY (E, Social) Have a sociable time while doing something to protect the iconic Wollemi NP. Join Friends of the Colo's annual car camp on private property in the Putty Valley. While the main activity is walking along Putty Creek treating privet seedlings this is not compulsory. You may prefer to relax, read, watch birds and 'guard' the camp. Distance 0-8 km (your choice). Limit: 20. Map: Putty (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 1173
22-23 Jul (Sun-Mon): MT HAY: BOORONG BOOMERANG (M-X) Mount Hay then along the Boorong Crags Ridge and then beyond Shaws Gully to camp in the vicinity of spot height 693. Excellent views and a possible site of significant heritage. Return the next day along the ridge. Limit: 8. Map: Mt Wilson (2012)

WALK .
WalkID: 840
24 Jul to 5 Aug (Sun-Fri): "MERINO DARE" RIDE (COBAR) () Join the Silver City Bush Treadlers on their annual outback pushbike epic or dare to raise money for the Royal Flying Doctors Service. The ride will start and end at Cobar in central western NSW and will head south, passing through Nymagee, Mt Hope, Willandra National Park and Ivanhoe as well as a number of sheep/cattle stations. 3 days will be on bitumen. The rest will be unsealed shire and station tracks. It will cover a distance of about about 900kms. The ride is fully supported. Truck for luggage and trailer for any bikes who cannot make the day with a follow up small bus. Great ride, good cause and good company. Limit: 0. Map: Cobar, Nymagee, Ivanhoe 1:250 000 (2011)

WALK .
WalkID: 610
24-25 Jul (Sat-Sun): KOSCIUSZKO NP () From the top of the Kosciuszko Express chair, ski to base camp near Rawson's Pass, under the big K. We'll go on a short tour under the full moon after dinner. On the second day, we'll brush up on some skating skills as we head back to Thredbo. Yay! Leader has some gear to loan. Hiring everything in Cooma or Jindy is too easy. Limit: 8. Map: Kosciuszko 1:50 000 + various others. (2010)

WALK .
WalkID: 216
25-26 Jul (Sat-Sun): GREEN GULLY (SOCIAL EVENT:) XMAS IN JULY - ADVANCE NOTICE What better way to celebrate yulefest than at the beautiful bush retreat of Green Gully nestled at the the foot of the Megalong Valley. Weekend of relaxation and merriment around a huge cosy log fire - walking trails available for the addicts. Anticipated accomm costs $15pp. Expressions of interest for helpers please. Full details t.b.a. Limit: 28. Map: Jenolan (2009)

WALK .
WalkID: 1167
28-29 Jul (Sat-Sun): DUNNS SWAMP () Dunns Swamp to Hanging Rock, following the route taken by SBC Rogaine Team (Never Never-2000). We will be exploring this beautiful area full of pagodas and extensive aboriginal heritage. Distance 15km approx. Limit: 6. Map: Olinda (2012)