Category Archives: Bushwalking

Forget the F-ing Glow Worms!

WOLLEMI NATIONAL PARK – Part 1 – 17 – 18 May 2019 The Legendary Louise and Cool Tim invited me on an exploratory canyoning trip to visit an area that was new for them.  This was to be a recce … Continue reading

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Unfinished Business – Tumbledown Ridge

YENGO NATIONAL PARK – 11 & 12 May 2019 Yengo Trail > Tumbledown Ridge > Tumbledown Creek > Nowlands Creek > Nowlands Ridge > Yengo Trail Back in June 2010, I did a recce day walk out to Nowlands Track … Continue reading

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That’s it for me and the bloody Bird Men!

YENGO NP – 5 May 2019 I’ve now been searching for the aboriginal rock engravings, “two Bird Men” or “two Emu Men” for at least four years.  Admittedly I’ve only gone to the area once or twice a year, but … Continue reading

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Did I say I wasn’t going to do any more Overnight Canyons?

GLEN DAVIS – 25 – 28 April 2019 Anna says that I did say that not so long ago!  Exploratory canyoning is a case of “expect the unexpected”, and, you don’t always find a canyon.  Plus, you ALWAYS come away … Continue reading

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IYDM Trip #3 – An Adventure with Flour and Milk

ETTREMA  – 19 – 22 April 2019 The Legendary Louise has extensively explored two creek systems in the Ettrema area, which she’s named, the Lost Pools and New Moon.  When she mentioned the walk to me, I thought it was … Continue reading

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