September - November

2022

                    www.womeninthebush.org.au kggiles@bigpond.com

                                          or Sylvia 9745 6270 skinder@bigpond.net.au                          

Saturday 3 September

Changed walk due to partly closure of Girkool Picnic area to Reservoir Rd. Somersby Royal National Park:

Walk; Curra Moors circuit. Excellent wild flowers in Spring. 11km walk which takes in forest, heath and coastal areas.

Great views of Eagle Rock and over Garie Beach and headlands. Easy/medium.  

Contact: Sylvia skinder@bigpond.net.au Mobile: 0438 225 333

 

Saturday 10 September;

Manly Dam. Walk: An old favourite, with possibility Spring flowers, lovely views over the lake. 8km Circuit. Contact: Hildegard: 9953 3585 email: hildegardschultes31@gmail.com 

 

Sunday 11 September;

Ten Forty Matrix Tribal Warrior Cruise; on Sydney Harbour, followed by a BYO picnic in Botanic Gardens,

for lesbians over forty. Still some places available cost, $30/$40 Ten forty Members, $66 others.

Aboriginal Guides providing indigenous historical information about Sydney Harbour

and a short walk on Be-lang-le-wool (Clark Island). For more details, also how to join Ten Forty

(for lesbians over age 40),

contact: Sylvia mobile 0438 225 333 phone 9745 6270 skinder@bigpond.net.au

 

Saturday 24 September

Sydney Harbour N.P. Manly to North Head and return via Little Manly Beach - 8km easy to medium.

Meet at Manly Wharf at 9am. Ferry from Circular Quay wharf 3 at 08:40am

Contact: Joanne  0410430377

 

Sunday 25 September

Brisbane Waters Bike ride; circuit approx. 42km. Start and finish at Woy Woy Station.

Ride is mostly on bike paths some paths are at the side of roads, more than half on bike only tracks.

Meet 9.30am trains leave Central 8.18am Strathfield 8.30am.

contact: Sylvia skinder@bigpond.net.au Mobile: 0438 225 333

 

Saturday 1 October

Berowra Valley Regional Park. Walk: Crosslands to Naa Badu lookout & return. Medium/hard 8.2kms return.

Kathy 0437789038 kggiles@bigpond.com

 

Saturday 8 October Walk to be notified

 

Saturday 8 October:

Dinner and Discussion for Older Lesbians 6-8.30pm Jimmy Little Community

Centre, Lilyfield. FREE. How and where will we live as we age? Panel of speakers sharing their different

experiences and group discussion. For more information

contact: Sylvia skinder@bigpond.net.au Mobile: 0438 225 333

 

Saturday 15 October

This walk has been moved from September 3 Brisbane Waters N.P. walk: Girakool Picnic area to Mooney Mooney Creek, finish Reservoir Road, Somersby, walk. This is an interesting walk along creeks and part of The Great North Road.

Car shuffle. 13km medium/hard ; Contact: Sylvia mobile 0438 225 333 phone 9745 6270 skinder@bigpond.net.au  

If heavy rain persists, due to a rock crossing over water, this will be changed to a circuit from Girakool Picnic area to Mooney Mooney Creek 7-8km Med.

 

Saturday 22 October walk to be notified

 

Saturday 5 November   Walk to be notified

 

Saturday 12  November Walk to be notified

 

Saturday 19 November

Ku-ring-gai Chase N.P.  Bobbin Head Loop - 12km medium with a short hard climb at the end. Meet at the end of Bobbin Head Rd North Turramurra just before the National Park entry kiosk at 9am. Ample parking on the street.

Contact: Joanne 0410430377

 

Saturday 26 November 

Book Launch of CAMP (Campaign Against Moral Persecution) history. This was the first Gay and Lesbian organization to fight for justice and against constant harassment from police and others. Jimmy Little Community Centre, Lilyfield All welcome to the book launch at 4.30-5.30pm. This will be followed by the Annual General Meeting of Ten Forty Matrix. Voting only for members and catered supper after the meeting.

For more information contact: Sylvia skinder@bigpond.net.au Mobile: 0438 225 333

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does so as a volunteer in all respects and, 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.