Wild TING on Newnes Plateau Wild TING on Newnes Plateau  (Dianne Page)

Wild TING (Thursday Interpretive Nature Group) meets on Thursdays during term time with, usually, no activities in school holidays.

Our walks set a leisurely pace with lots of time to stop and look at birds and plants and other wonders of our native bushland along the way. They are usually half day walks with a leisurely lunch afterwards. Sometimes the Blue Mountains are left behind for the city where we visit pockets of remnant bushland and/or learn about the interesting history of Sydney and suburbs. Sometimes we organise a three or four day trip away to coastal or inland locations.

Wild TING at Evans Lookout Wild TING at Evans Lookout  (Christine Davies)
The activities are organised and led by volunteers who appreciate the natural environment and want to encourage others to do the same. When somebody loves and understands their natural surroundings they are more likely to want to protect them.

Participants are members of Blue Mountains Conservation Society and are required to pay an annual bushwalking levy and to follow the Society's bushwalking guidelines.

If you have most Thursdays free, are not in a hurry to go anywhere and enjoy observing and learning about nature along the way, please email Christine Davies (or phone 4787 7246) to find out more about Wild TING.

Wild TING Virtual Interpretive Bushwalks

Meantime, to get to know us better, have a look at the Wild TING Virtual Interpretive Bushwalks, with photos and descriptions we shared during COVID lockdown in 2021.

Wild TING at Blackheath Wild TING at Blackheath  (Christine Davies)

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