Monday Bushwalks

Bushwalking River Caves on Newnes Plateau
Monday Bushwalks
come out and enjoy the bush

Before taking your first Society walk please make sure you read all the general information about the Society's bushwalking program on our main Bushwalking webpage.

Monday Walks are 'Short Day' walks of 3 - 5 hours, suitable for walkers of average fitness. Bring morning tea, lunch and adequate water. They are all Grade 3 walks unless otherwise noted. Before attending your first Monday walk please phone the designated contact person or the Group Coordinator. Changes to programs appear in red.

Group Coordinator: Keith Dorrian, phone: 0411 162 345, email: keithdor53@hotmail.com

Date (2022) Walk description Time (am) Meet at Add info Leader, phone
27 June Evans Crown, Tarana - 6 km - explore granite rocks and views on the ridge 8.50 Mt Victoria Station Carpark - Carpool fare: $7.00 Steps up, then off track. Map: Tarana Melanie Lawson
0431214687
4 July Lockers Track Head and Mt York - 10km 9.50 Mt Victoria Station Carpark - Carpool - Tracy
0434462611
11 July Blackheath Round walk from Blackheath Neighbourhood Centre to Fort Rock and some of Porters Pass 9.45 Blackheath Neighbourhood Centre Grade 2 Pat Whitehead
0429003639
18 July Lost World Springwood - 7Km - great views 9.00 Springwood Westpac Car Park - Car Pool to start of track at Martin’s Lookout 465m descent from Martin's Lookout, cross creek & climb 465m to Lost World Lyn Bevington
0432352850
25 July Govetts Leap to Evans Lookout and return - 6km 9.40 Blackheath Neighbourhood Centre - Car Pool Clifftop walk with steps Barbara Crighton
0428962460
1 August Murphys Glen Woodford - along fire trail with off shoots to rocky outcrops - 8km 9.00 Woodford Station Car Park South Side - Carpool Grade 2 - Pleasant walk through Blue Gum and Turpentine Forest near the Glen Keith
0411162345

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– the Darug and Gundungurra people –
and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.