During June, members of the Upper Lachlan Bushwalkers (ULB) enjoyed a number of outdoor activities, including the views from Hassans Walls (Lithgow), Mt Tomah Botanic Garden, the Silo Art at Portland and the hills of Conimbla National Park.
More recently, local Cowra rural streets provided easy walks during the current COVID-19 lockdown.
For July, we have the following walks planned:
Sunday, July 11
Bendick Murrell National Park, 15km, grade is moderate/hard. Leader is Judy 0421 783 672.
Sunday, July 18
A short walk at Macquarie Woods (Vittoria) in the morning, and then proceed to Abercrombie House (Bathurst) for a self-guided tour of gardens and house.
Entry to the gardens at Abercrombie House will cost $10, paid on the day. Bookings for High Tea at the House have closed. Leader is Jan 0437 136 398.
Sunday, July 25
A return walk from the Visitors Centre to the Friendship Flags on Boorowa Road, via the vineyards. 13km, easy grade. Morning tea at the flags, possibly lunch back at the Rose Gardens. Leader is Terry 0415 253 129.
Future walks - save the date
Date to be decided
Possibly mid week, depending on the weather. Glen Logan Silo area. Easy grade. Leader is Jane 0435 636 798.
Date to be decided - Lachlan Valley sculpture trail, Forbes. Easy grade. Leader is Anni 0404 192 463.
Saturday September 4 and Sunday, September 5.
Weekend walks in Blackheath. Leader is Jan 0437 136 398 for information.
Sunday, September 26
Walk up Bowning Hill, Yass. Leader is Terry 0415 253 129.
Wednesday, October 27 to Sunday, October 31
Walks and garden explorations in Tumbarumba. Leaders are Sharon and Terry 0415 253 129.
All planned walks will leave from the Cowra Visitors Centre carpark on Sunday at 9am unless otherwise informed.
Please contact the leader prior to the walk date and gain extra relevant information that will assist you on the day.
Membership of the Upper Lachlan Bushwalkers is $20 pa, and may be paid via Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) to BSB: 032-820, Account No: 100134, using your name as reference.
New members are always welcome. Readers are reminded they are entitled to join three outings to see if membership is for them.