All posts tagged: Bushwalking

Marramarra Microadventure

There’s nothing like a spot of winter camping, particularly when Sydney delivers day after day of crisp, sparkling July weather. Last weekend eight of us set off  to Marramarra National Park, about an hour and a half’s drive north of the city. Destination: The Orchard […]

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Leliyn Falls

After a night at Cooinda Lodge (and a super great Thai-inspired fish curry in their on-site restaurant) we drove our trusty hire car out of Kakadu and south to Nitmiluk National Park, where we’d be spending the next couple of nights. To break up a the 3-hour […]

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Walking Kanangra Walls

Over the weekend I got my city-weary self out of Sydney and back to my home town of Bathurst, embarking on a side-trip to the staggeringly beautiful Kanangra-Boyd National Park, part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, for a bushwalk. The walk led from […]

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A Day Trip To Karloo Pools

We Sydney-siders are lucky devils – not only do we live in a bloody beautiful city positively teeming with incredible food, world-class museums, and picture-perfect beaches, but the Royal National Park is right on our doorstep. A 40-minute drive south of the city will land […]

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