Monthly Archives: September 2011

Blue Breaks Walk

The Blue Breaks is part of the Southern Blue Mountains wilderness contained between the Coxs and Wollondilly arms of lake Burragorang. It is a great area for bushwalking. It offers a sense of remoteness and it is rugged. To walk … Continue reading

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Canyoning in Wollemi National Park

This year we seemed to go from winter to summer without spring. The weather forecast was for hot weather on the weekend – so a group of us headed out along a dirt road in the Northern Blue Mountains in … Continue reading

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Canyoning in the Gardens of Stone – Photo Essay

The Gardens of Stone is a superb natural area on the western side of the Blue Mountains. Part of the area is protected by national park but a lot of it is not. Our weekend visit took us to places … Continue reading

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The Greenway – Bad News!

The funding for the Greenway – the cycleway and walkway connecting the Cooks River with Iron Cove was cut from the recent state budget. This is a very disappointing and short sighted decision. The light rail project will go ahead … Continue reading

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Sports Climbing at Thompson’s Point – Nowra

Thompson’s Point at Nowra is one of the best sports climbing crags around. It is a very popular winter climbing area. Well winter had just finished, but it wasn’t too warm to still climb there. Four of us (Chuin Nee, … Continue reading

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