A Wednesday Poem

Every Wednesday morning when some are sound asleep A bonny group of lasses stir and through their homes they creep Unearth their hats, their sunnies, their walking poles too  Cuppa tea, plus pitstop (‘cause there may not be a loo)…

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Frenchmans Cap

Frenchmans Cap is a challenging, exceptionally scenic 44.2km out-and-back walk in the Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park, Tasmania. The hike offers rivers, lakes, rainforests, open plains, rugged passes, and the quartzite peak of Frenchmans Cap with captivating 360⁰ views at a height of 1,446m. 

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Green Gully Track

Green Gully Track is a four-day hut to hut loop walk in Oxley Wild Rivers National Park, with a day spent walking in the Green Gully creek. It is a remote and moderately challenging walk, deep in the heart of…

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Catherine Hill Bay

Only 90 minutes north of Sydney, you can find a pretty campsite run by National Parks at Frazer beach in Munmorah State Conservation area. There are several walks nearby so a group of us headed there for a 3 day…

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