Date: Sunday, November 15th Janurary 2017
Meet: 7.30am Lovejoy Street, Mudgee or 8.30 – 9am Big River Camping Area, Goulburn River National Park.
Where To: Big River Camping Area, Goulburn River National Park. Access via Mogo Road.
Description : River walk for about 2-3 kilometers return (easy). The Goulburn River is also an excellent river … Read the rest
Venue: LAWSON PARK Time: 5:30pm – 9pm
Date: Sunday 18th December 2016.
Now for the last activity for 2016 “Xmas Party get-together in the park” AND the one you have ALL been waiting for this year!!! Graded as Easy!! So that means we will see you all there and your partners!! If you have a … Read the rest
The general quarterly meeting will be at the Presbyterian Church Hall, Mudgee, 7:30 PM Wednesday, 14th December 2016. The address is 105 Mortimer St, Mudgee NSW 2850.
Light supper provided after meeting.
Pre-meeting social dinner at the Courthouse hotel, 111 Market Street Mudgee, at 6pm, prior to meeting should you wish to attend.… Read the rest
REPORT by Annette Bruce
Seventeen members met at Lovejoy Street for another big day in the Blue Mountains. Four cars travelled in convoy along the Castlereagh Hwy with a brief stop at Capertee. After passing through the small village of Hartley, we turned left into Mid Hartley Road, right into Browns Gap road, left into … Read the rest
Date: Sunday, November 20th 2016
Meet: 7.30am Lovejoy Street
Where To: Hartley Vale – Mount York (Blue Mountains). Walk will start at Lockyer’s Track Head Carpark at Hartley Vale.
Walk A: Lockyers Pass (dated 1832) , then along the track adjacent to Mount York Road, then Cox’s decent (the first road over the … Read the rest
Location: Tullymore Horse Stud, Cullingral Road Merriwa
Sunday: 30 October 2016
Leader(s): Maurice & Jutta Irvine
Report by: Jutta
Images: Adrian Jordan
19 members and visitors set out on the Tullymore horse stud on 30 October for a walk through the bush on this private property in Merriwa.
The Tullymore horses’ welcome committee awaited the … Read the rest
COMMERCIAL BENEFIT: Small towns such as Lue can benefit enormously from cycling –walking trails passing through. Photo of Lue Railway Station and Lue Pub in the background—potential destinations for walkers and cyclists.
Mudgee bushwalkers and Bike Riders Club is seeking per-mission from the NSW Government for the public to be able to ride and walk … Read the rest