Sylvia 9745 6270                          

September Saturday 19

Walk: Staples lookout to Mt Wondabyne loop, Woy Woy. 11km medium with a hard climb. Joanne 0410430377

October Long Weekend Sat 3-Mon 5


October Saturday 3

Walk: Garigal NP. Pipeline, Carroll creek to Davidson Park return approx. 15kms Medium.

Kathy 0437789038


October Saturday 10 

Grose Vale (near North Richmond) - Blue Mts National Park - Vale of Avoca Lookouts and lower Grose River. Opportunity for a swim in the sandy Grose River if the weather is warm enough. Meeting at Kurrajong Village. Easy/Medium - 8km return.    Contact: Mary Harris email:

October Saturday 17

New Walk: Lillypilly and Red Gum loop tracks in Wyrrabalong national park, Bateau Bay, with lunch at Crackneck look out. Possible whale sightings  8km easy to medium with a 3km optional extension coastal walk from Crackneck lookout. No public transport so cars required Joanne 0410430377


October Saturday 24

Royal N.P. Walk; Otford Gap, circuit via Burning Palms, Garawarra. Medium. 13km.

Hildegard: mobile: 0425 378 964 phone: 9953 3585 email:


November Saturday 7

Northern Beaches. Walk. Collaroy to Manly. 11km easy/medium. Possible swimming. Public transport. 

Sylvia, mobile: 0438 225 333 phone: 9745 6270 email:


November Saturday 14

Walk. Wollstonecraft to Kirribilli. Hildegard, phone: 9953 3585 email:


November Saturday 21

Walk: Sydney Harbour N.P. Christison Park to Hermitage track via Hornby Lighthouse. 324 bus. Approx. 10km easy. Great views and beaches. Possible swimming. Sylvia, mobile: 0438 225 333 phone: 9745 6270 email:


November Saturday 28

Box Head and the Flannel Flower track, Killcare 10km medium. Public Transport available but cars recommended  

Joanne 0410430377


December Saturday 5   To be advised


December Saturday 12

Women in the bush picnic. The picnic will be organized later depending on the current Covid-19 situation.

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as such, accepts responsibility for any injury or loss to themselves however incurred. The organisation and its’ co-ordinators cannot accept liability

in regard to any injury, or loss suffered by any person while engaged in any activity of Women in the Bush.