Exploratory Walk The Creeks and Forest of Bidjigal Reserve

Activity Type: 
Walk
Date: 
Sunday, February 28, 2021
Grade: 
2
Distance (km): 
8
Ascents (m): 
140
Descents (m): 
140
Maximum number of people: 
14
Leader name: 
Steve Bamford
Email address for booking a place or asking questions: 
Telephone number for booking a place or asking questions: 
0421 932 938 (questions only)
Car Pooling Required: 
No
Advertise on Meetup (enter 'Yes/blank' or 'No'): 
No
Closing Date for activities such as theatres, restaurants or rogaines: 
26/02/2021

NOTE CHANGE OF LEADER - Leah is not able to lead this walk.

Located in Baulkham Hills and starting from Ted Horwood Reserve - this is an exploratory walk of the creeks and forests in the Bidjigal Reserve.  This area is known for its animal bones and stone artefacts dating back some 10,000 years.  The reserve is located on 300 hectares where over 127 species of birds as well as swamp wallabies, echidnas, sugar gliders continue to make their home.  The walk will be followed by a visit to one of the local cafes for coffee and cake!  When registering please include your member number and mobile phone number.