Monthly Archives: November 2011

Koombanda Canyon

Koombanda Canyon is one of the small upper Grose River tributaries. After doing Whungee Wheengee Canyon the day before with Su Li and Disco, we decided to spend the Sunday doing something shorter. Rain was forecast for the early afternoon.

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Whungee Wheengee Canyon

Whungee Wheengee Canyon is a tributary of Wollangambe Canyon. As canyons go its not too bad at all. It is reasonably ┬álong and has many deep dark sections. It is also quite a sporting canyon – with lots of swims, … Continue reading

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Wollangambe Canyon – The Tourist Section

The day before we had visited Bowens Creek. On the Sunday, another warm day, we went down a section of Wollangambe Canyon. When its a hot day in Sydney, its hard to imagine a better or more delightful place to … Continue reading

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Bowens Creek Canyon – North Branch – Lower Section

On Saturday, last weekend, four of us (Rik, Wendy, Rob and myself) visited the short lower constriction of the North Branch of Bowens Creek near Mt Wilson. It was a beautiful day and plenty of wild flowers were out. The … Continue reading

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M7 Cycleway Ride

From my place this is a nice loop ride of about 110km. The M7 has a very nice cycleway right along its length and for the whole 40km or so there are no traffic lights or other places where you … Continue reading

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Homebush Bay Cycle Loop

It was pleasant to find on my ride this afternoon that a missing bit of the loop around Homebush Bay has now been completed. This is a section that one used to ride on busy roads in an industrial area. … Continue reading

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