Category Archives: Bushwalking

What else can go wrong? Plans A – G

WOLLEMI NATIONAL PARK – 26 – 30 October 2019 This was to be my epic Rambo Creek Expedition …  if nothing else, this trip proved the value in continually reassessing the situation, being flexible and on-the-spot quick thinking.  But sometimes … Continue reading

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Abercrombie – again?

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 16 – 20 September 2019 How many times can you visit Abercrombie Caves in one year?  Well when your speleo club decides to write a book on the area, and you’re a soft touch when the word … Continue reading

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Gang Gang Creek – unfinished business

SUNNYSIDE RIDGE – 25 August 2019 Day 3 of our Sunnyside Ridge Trifecta.  A couple of years ago John and I (and others) had explored Gang Gang creek and its uninspiring canyon.  But, we did come across a major side … Continue reading

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Sunnyside’s secrets – Wolgan Falls

SUNNYSIDE RIDGE, NEWNES – 23 August 2019 Most people that I’ve walked with know that I “don’t get out of bed for a day walk”, but three day walks on Sunnyside Ridge with the legendary John G, who could pass … Continue reading

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The “Red Centre” truly is Red!

WEST MACDONNELL RANGES NP – 7 – 17 August 2019 For years I’d looked at Meg McK’s trips to the West MacDonnell Ranges (in the Northern Territory west of Alice Springs) and for one reason or another could never go … Continue reading

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