Event Details

Woy Woy South (Bushwalking Skills)

When:
Sat 9th Mar 2019 (9am) to Sun 10th Mar 2019 (3pm)
Where:
Woy Woy Station
Railway Street, Woy Woy NSW 2256
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Cost:
Participant (Scout, Venturer, Rover, Leader) (Free)
Registrations:
Open: Tue 5th Feb 2019 (12am)
Close: Sat 23rd Feb 2019 (9am)
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Brief Summary:
Practice overnight hike. Woy Woy Station to Patonga then Pearl Beach and Umina Beach. Brisbane Water National Park approx. 20 km. This activity is available to Scouts, Venturers, Rovers and Leaders. Participants will be accompanied by an adventurous activity guide or instructor.
Event Documents

  Download E1 part 1 and 2 Woy Woy South

Please send a signed copy to the GWS Region Office so we can finalise your booking.

  Download Bushwalking Calendar 2019

Additional Information

Join us as we explore the Patonga branch of the Great North Walk. This route is likely to include fire trail, walking track and some off track. Average grade is medium inclusive of some steep ascent/decent sections. This is suitable for entry level and beginners who exercise and or play sport regularly.

Woy Woy Loop via Railway Street, Nagari Road, Dillons Firetrail, Patonga Creek, Van Dahls, x Patonga Drive, Warrah Trig, Warrah Lookout, Pearl Beach, Mount Ettalong, Umina Beach

Campsite may be an informal clearing. A freestanding tent or lightweight fly is advised. Ground may be firm and space limited. Views in the morning should be rewarding. No formal toilet facilities, prepare for bush toileting and hygiene. Toilets may be available on day 2. If we are running late, we may catch the bus from Umina to Woy Woy Station (bring your opal card).

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