Category Archives: Bushwalking

Recce #2 – Hawkesbury River abseil

HAWKESBURY RIVER – 18 January 2020 You know you’re hard up for an adventure when the prospect of 20-50ml of rain doesn’t deter you.  With our weekend of canyoning cancelled due to Parks being closed, Jeff B (trying to prove … Continue reading

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Abercrombie – the only act in town

ABERCROMBIE CAVES – 10 – 12 January 2020 This trip had been set up months ago, to try to finish off some of the outstanding cave surveying for the upcoming publication of the definitive book on Abercrombie Caves.  I knew … Continue reading

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Coastal fitness walks

CENTRAL COAST – 3 & 4 January 2020 With so many National Parks closed, and high temperatures forecast, a couple of beach walks seemed like a good idea.  Normally not blog-worthy, I thought I’d post because some of you might … Continue reading

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Blue Mountains canyoning – unfinished business

KINGS TABLELAND – 1 December 2019 Back in the winter of 2017,  Trish M, Steve R and I went searching for a way into this creek to see if there were any canyon sections.  We did find a way in, … Continue reading

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Type 3 Adventure – never, ever to be repeated

KINGS TABLELAND – 30 November 2019 Two and a half years ago, I’d done the exit of a published canyon with no problems at all – in fact a return to the canyon in the summer months was on my … Continue reading

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