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Walks Calendar

Sunday 7 May

Burringbar on the Rail Trail heading North

Leader Peter Moyle 0412 656498 meet Burringbar Rail Station at 9.00am.


The North Coast Rail trail opened in March. Recommended for bikes and walkers. We will be walking, flat terrain obviously - this will be the flattest walk in the club’s history. This section goes through some beautiful terrain and a 500 metre tunnel with glow worms. Cafes open at each village so arrive early for breakfast or lunch when finished if interested. 11km about 3 hours. Please register with Peter as we will be car shuffling.  

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Sunday 21 May

Mount Cougal via Murwillumbah

Leader: Sue Macklin 0402 220 973  

Grade 4

Meet: 9.00am at Taylor’s Corner just before Murwillumbah Showgrounds, Queensland Road, then carpool.

About 10km and 4-5 hours.  On the border between NSW and Qld.  This is a solid walk for the fit with good footwear and stamina. Ring Sue for latest update if unsure if this is for you. Some climbing and scrambling and off-track walking, but you will be rewarded with great views.  For more info and to register ring Sue. Bring lunch, hat, and water. 


Sunday 4 June

Christies Creek between Burringbar and Murwillumbah  

Leader: Mark Osberg : 0408 113 125

Grade 4

10km walking up fire trails before some off track and along creek beds. The creek walk is special and a highlight. Will be at its best after the wet season.


Meet: 9.15am Burringbar Train Station Park where we will carpool to the start. RING Mark for more details and to register. Good walking shoes/boots needed as well as the usual, lunch hat and lunch.  


Sunday 15 - 19 June

Mulligans Campground in the Gibraltar Range National Park 

Leader: Mark Osberg : 0408 113 125

Grade 3-4

Another of our great camp weekends. Camp for as many nights as you like some going for 2 others 4. Cost $6 per person per night, day walks will start at 9.00am. This is a lovely camp area with sites well apart with fireplaces and flushing toilets, west of Grafton about 3 hours from Ballina and Kyogle. We came here last year and loved it, so many interesting walks many we didn’t do so back this year.  National Park vehicle pass required $8 a day or buy an annual one.   

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Sunday 2 July

Rocky Creek Dam

Leader: Peter Moyle : 0412 656 498

Meet at Rocky Creek Dam picnic Area at 9.00am.  “The Big Scrub” in the Nightcap National Park. On tracks but as usual some can be uneven and slippery. Good walking shoes/boots needed as well as water and Lunch. A nice after walk get together at the picnic area.

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