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The day we were almost eaten by the scrub

BEROWRA – 28 May 2020 Berowra > Waratah Track > Windybanks Ridge > Waratah Gully > Berowra Whilst this walk didn’t devolve into being an epic (as predicted by David), it was unanimous agreed that we loved the beginning and … Continue reading

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248 High Point – don’t go there!

POPRAN NP, Hominy Creek – 21 May 2020 I felt like an off track walk in an area that hadn’t been impacted by bushfires, but didn’t feel like doing too much research so I pulled out a trip that I’d … Continue reading

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Abseiling the Redhead Cliffs – just for the hell of it

REDHEAD – 5 January 2020 Thanks to Brad from BWOC, we were able to go to Redhead and do some big abseils, just for the hell of it.  After all, with no rain and too many fires, there wasn’t much … Continue reading

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Walking in the Wollemi isn’t a piece of cake

WOLLEMI WILDERNESS – 29 & 30 June 2019 Putty Road > Kooroo Creek > Tinda Creek > Culoul Creek > Culoul Range Fire Trail I’ve always admired those early bushwalkers who explored the Colo/Wollemi Wilderness without a GPS to back … Continue reading

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Return to Sugee Bag Creek #2 – more unfinished business?

DHARUG NATIONAL PARK – 8 – 10 June 2019 I first started exploring this area in 2015, looking for a “grassy meadow” campsite in the headwaters of Sugee Bag Creek.  Didn’t find one on that occasion, nor on the 3 … Continue reading

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