Activity: Putty Beach (Bushwalking Skills)
Formation: GWS Region
Location: Bouddi National Park | Bouddi Coast Walk
Friday evening Arrival
Saturday Copacabana Beach to Putty Beach campground via Macmasters Beach, Little Beach, Maitland Bay
Sunday Putty Beach campground to Wagstaffe Wharf via Killcare SLSC, Tallow Beach and Lobster Beach
We may visit Maitland Bay Visitors Centre and Killcare Shops.
Start time: 5 pm Date Friday, 6 Mar 2020 From Pendle Hill Station (or drop off at the campground after 8 pm)
Finish time: 4:30 pm Date: Sunday, 8 Mar 2020 To Pendle Hill Station
Activity Coordinator: Tristan Flores Phone: 0420 634 135
Cost: N/A Payable to: N/A Closing Date: Friday, 21 Feb 2020
Method of transport to and from the activity: NSW Trains, Busways, Palm Beach Ferry (bring your opal card plus seperate ferry money)
The activity will not be under direct adult supervision.
The activity will involve both male and female youth members.
Both male and female leaders will not be present.
If you feel that the participant is overdue in returning from the activity you should contact the nominated emergency contact.
Name: Mrs Helen Flores Home Phone: (02) 4787 5083 Mobile: N/A
Suitable for youth members who are learning to carry a loaded pack.
This route is likely to include footpath and walking track. Track grades are easy to medium with some ascent/decent sections. This involves extended strenuous physical activity and endurance. Suitable for youth and adults who exercise and or play sport regularly.
This camp is self-catered so please bring whatever suits your liking. It is important to bring sufficient food for the duration. Choose hearty and nutritious foods that will provide sufficient energy.
We are staying at Putty Beach campground. Toilets, showers and electric BBQ's are provided. Small tents are prefered.
Prepare for bush toileting and hygiene during the hike. If we come close to a toilet we will stop however they are infrequent and sometimes closed due to maintenance or vandalism.
Participants coming by train are encouraged to travel in small groups and travel in the guard's carriage marked with a blue light. Scout uniform is not required however please wear your scarf.