Shoalhaven Bushwalkers Inc.
Sample Wednesday Walking Program
Grade 1 - Andante
7 mile beach Walk, Gerroa to 7 Mile Beach National Park - 8km
Walk along the beach to 7 Mile Beach National Park for morning tea , then return along the beach to Gerroa for lunch
Grade 3 - on track
Gerroa to Impassible Gulch - 9km
Walk grassy trails and rock platforms to Walkers Beach and the Impassible Gulch. We have options to come back via headlands behind the houses or through the golf course and along the bike path depending on the weather on the day. Meet at Emery Park at Gerroa at 9.30am in time for a coffee before heading off.
Grade 4 - Some off track
Boongan Mountain to Hancocks Creek Road - 16km
A circuit walk, on and off track, above and below Jerrawangala escarpment. Butterbush Trail to the escarpment, views, creeks and waterfalls, out to the rocky tip of Boongan Mountain. Below escarpment, walk through lush vegetation, largely untouched by 2019 bushfires. Scramble back to top of escarpment.
Grade 3 - Multi Day
Sydney Harbour over 3 days - 50km in total
Iconic harbour walks - a circuit, walking from Manly around the harbour to Circular Quay and then on to Watsons Bay.
Grade 4 - Mountain Bikes plus walking
We’ll ride (MTBs needed) the Endrick Fire Trail for 5 or 6 km, leave bikes and head off-track to explore around the Newhaven Creek / Endrick River confluence. Short canyonesque sections, cascades and swimming holes (bring swimmers) with a visit to nearby Battleship Rock.
Members of the Shoalhaven Bushwalkers are eligible for a 10% discount on most items at Outdoors & Beyond in South Nowra. This offer includes a large range of hiking and camping gear. Exceptions are kayaks, fridges, and Weber BBQ's. Club members need to show their club membership card at the counter to get this discount when purchasing. Click the logo to go to their website.
Shoalhaven Bushwalkers Inc is affiliated with Bushwalking NSW. We adhere to the Bushwalkers Code of Ethics and the Natural Areas Policy
Shoalhaven Bushwalkers Inc. acknowledges the traditional custodians of Yuin Country and Dharawal Country, and acknowledges and respects their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their Elders - past, present and emerging - and acknowledge their custodianship of the country in which we walk.