Friday 25th to Sunday 27th June 2021 - Williams Property at Green Pigeon via Kyogle
Leader: Bill Williams
Bill Williams has invited the Nimbin Bushwalkers to spend the weekend on his property. Camping in the front paddock at minimal cost and some nice walks that back onto the Border Ranges National Park. Bill has guaranteed decent firewood maybe a group meal.
Bring: Usual camping gear, walking footwear and a hat
For more info and to confirm your attendance please phone Peter.
Sunday 11 July
Brunswick Heads into the Tyagarah Nature Reserve
Leader: Peter Spearritt
0421 055 292
Walking on the coastal track south about 12 km, diversions to view Simpsons Creek, a relaxing walk on a sand track/road some paperbark forest and coastal heath. This is a lovely bit of coastline which has seen rehabilitation and maintenance.
Return on the beach and a swim for the keen ones. Flat terrain with sand tracks and possible wet feet if you miss a wave on the beach.
Meet: 9.30am Brunswick Surf Club.
Bring water, lunch and hat. I am sure a nice spot for a coffee after can be found. Ring Peter for further details.
Sunday 25th July 2021
Mount Chowan - Mt Jerusalem National Park
Leader: Anne Gilmore
0413 450 440
Please ring to register your interest
Grade 4: There are steep sections involving rock scrambling and if it has been wet, some trails may be slippery. Walking boots recommended and walking poles or a good pole as well.
Meet: 9.15 am at the trailhead off North Chowan Road which is off Smiths Creek road between Stokers Siding and Uki. This is a combination of a steeper bush trail and fire trail walk. With views across to the Border Ranges and on the way up to Mt Chowan a great view of Wollumbin.
We will have an early lunch on the walk and for those interested afternoon tea at nearby Uki.
Sunday 8th August
Terania Creek Basin
Nightcap National Park
Leader: Peter Moyle
0412 656 498
Contact for more info and to register
Mostly off track there will be some slippery rocks and rough walking particularly after rain. We will walk through wild, rugged rainforest, the site of the historic battle to save this precious patch of pristine forest. Plenty of lush rainforest and plenty of water over the falls. This is one of the gems of this World Heritage-listed area.
Meet: 9.00am at the Channon Tavern for car-pooling or 9.30 am at the picnic area at the end of Terania Creek Road 15km from The Channon. Bring the usual, hat, drinking water, lunch, and good bush walking boots/shoes
Friday 29th to Sunday 31th October 2021 - Binna Burra, Lamington National Park behind the Gold Coast
Leader: Peter Spearritt
0421 055 292 to register your attendance
There are varied walks of different lengths.
Meet: At the Campground, contact Peter to register your interest. We have not been to Binna Burra for a few years and only parts were in the bushfire. The campground and safari tents not affected.
Walks: There will be a walk on the Saturday from 9.00am and the Sunday from 8.00am. If you decide to overnight there are all types of accommodation available; the campground caters for tent, campervans, and motorhomes as well as Safari tents if you prefer. Bookings are essential as weekends always busy and need to be made well in advance.
Ring Peter to discuss options.