Strickland State Forest Walking Trails Exploration

Activity Type: 
Walk
Date: 
Sunday, June 13, 2021
Grade: 
2
Distance (km): 
13
Ascents (m): 
100
Descents (m): 
100
Maximum number of people: 
16
Leader name: 
Leah Taylor
Email address for booking a place or asking questions: 
Telephone number for booking a place or asking questions: 
0427 381 702 (questions only)
Car Pooling Required: 
Yes
Advertise on Meetup (enter 'Yes/blank' or 'No'): 
No
Closing Date for activities such as theatres, restaurants or rogaines: 
11/06/2021

Strickland State Forest (located at Somersby on the Central Coast) is a special place and a living exhibition of exceptionally diverse forest habitats including wildflowers and dry heath woodland in the north to tall eucalypts on its slopes through to lush rainforest in the south. The Forest has extensive walking tracks through varying forest types; past waterfalls, under cabbage tree palms and along creeks. We will be exploring 6 different walking trails and tracks each unique to itself which includes the Strickland Falls Trail, Cabbage Tree Trail, Stoney Creek Trail, Ridge To Rainforest Track, Bellbird Trail and the Arboretum Trail. When registering please provide your membership number and mobile phone number.