NPA Southern Sydney Branch Activities 2017

18 Mar, Sat. Bicentennial Park, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

A meandering walk from Sydney Olympic Park Ferry wharf, along Parramatta River to the Armory,skirting Newington Nature Reserve, and thence returning via wetlands and Bicentennial Park to catch the train out of Rhodes. A camera is a must. Note the danger of sunburn. T: Public transport friendly.

Grade:3, 15km, elevation ↑↓ 50m

Limit:15

21 Mar, Tue. Royal NP, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to the Costens Point in Royal National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. This is a half day outing.

T: Contact leader for details but the plan is to start early for early morning light. Map: Port Hacking

Grade:2, 2km, Limit:15

28 Mar, Tue. Royal NP, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to the Garie Beach in Royal National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. This is a half day outing. T: Contact leader for details. Map: Port Hacking

Grade:2, 2km

Limit: 15

 

11 Apr, Tue. Kamay Botany Bay NP, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to the Kamay Botany Bay National Park at Kurnell. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. This is a half day outing. T: Contact leader for details. Map: Port Hacking

Grade:3, 10km ↑↓ 100m

 

26 Apr, Wed. Talk/Slideshow at Sutherland, Peter Vaughan: ssydney@npansw.org.au

“Improving cities for biodiversity”. As urban development expands, native biodiversity in cities decreases. However, through ecologically-sensitive planning and development, and strong supporting policies, we can create cities that maintain and support urban biodiversity. The NPA’s new citizen science officer, Dr. Fran van den Berg, will discuss principles and practices which can be adopted to build biodiversity-friendly cities. Learn how you can adopt these biodiversity-friendly practices in your own backyard and community.

T: 8pm at Multi Purpose Centre, 123 Flora St Sutherland (near Belmont St). All welcome.

26 – 30 Apr, Wed.-Sun. Kosciuszko NP, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

Walking in Kosciuszko National Park. Accommodation up to members of the party but the leader is booked into Talbingo Caravan Park. Walks will be in the northern sector of the park. Walk grades will range from 2-4, depending on the party and the weather. Options are to do nothing too!!!!

Grade:3

Limit:20

2 May, Tue. Royal NP, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to the Bola Creek in Royal National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. This is a half day outing. Expect leeches and fungi!

T: Contact leader for details. We might make this an early start to capture sunrise. Map: Port Hacking

Grade:2, 7km, ↑↓ 300m

9 May, Tue. Manly to the Spit, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to from Manly to The Spit, including sections of Sydney Harbour National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. This is a half day outing.

T: Public transport friendly. Meeting at Manly at 8am.

Grade:3, 10km, ↑↓ 300m

16 May, Tue. Sydney Harbour NP, May Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to the Nielsen Park in Sydney Harbour National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment.

This is a half day outing. T: Public transport friendly. Contact leader for details.

Grade:1, 2km, ↑↓ 50m

 

23 May, Tue. Bundeena to Marley Head ead, Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to Marley Head from Bundeena in Royal National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. This is a half day outing. T: Contact leader for details. We might make this an early start to capture sunrise.

Grade:2, 10km, ↑↓ 100m

 

 

30 May, Tue Seven Mile Beach NP,  Brian Everingham: 9520 9341, 0419 260 236, brian.everingham@gmail.com

2017 is our 60th anniversary and we are having a Photographic competition. As part of that event I am leading a series of photographic walks to some special locations. This one is to the Seven Mile Beach National Park. Bring your imagination and equipment and capture a special moment. We will have additional time for this trip out of town. T: Contact leader for details.

Grade:3, 5km, ↑↓ 10m

 

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