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2019-02-09 The Peaks

2019-02-09 The Peaks

Walkers: Michele (leader), Julie, Christine D, Pamela,Gary, Paul, Werner, John, Colin

Distance: 26.3

A magnicent long haul today.  The views from all of the lookouts were spectacular.  Leeches were a problem as usual for all of us and Christine this time suffered the worst.  Thanks to Gary and Michele who provided an overnight stay for an early start, and of course the now traditional delicious chocolate cake washed down with coffee and tea.  A spectacular weekend of walking which incorporated a short walk to Denham Scenic Reserve.

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2019-01-26 Upper Ballunjui Falls

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Walkers: Paul (leader), Gary & Michele, Julie, Werner, Christine D, Joy, John C, Colin

Distance: 14.9k

A wonderful day of sightseeing today enjoying all the falls down Nixon Creek to Upper Ballunjui Falls  As Wener said "what better way to celebrate "Australia Day" then to go for a bush walk with good friends". 

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2019-01-12 Coomera Circuit

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Walkers: Colin (leader), Gary & Michele, Julie C, Pam D, Julie & Bruce, Werner & Vangie, John C, Joy, Steve & Wendy, Colin

Distance: 18.9k

Coomera Circuit - 18.9k of magnificent falls today. 

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2018-12-08 Christmas Coast Classic

Walkers: John (leader), Gary & Michele, Julie C, Paul, Pam S, Pam D, Christine J, Jackie, Julie & Bruce, Helen & Grahame, Louise, Colin - Distance: 12.8k

20181208 Coast Classic

 A pleasant walk before Bushwalkers' Christmas party.

 

 

 

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2018-11-24 Minyon Falls

Walkers: John  (leader), Paul, Julie, Werner, Christine, Susan, Joy, Pamela, Colin.  Distance: 14.9k

20181124 Minyon Falls

This walk was memorable for the wonderful scenic drive through the Northern Rivers region of Northern NSW capped off with bushwalking scenery we are not familiar with in SE Qld.

Minyon Falls had much more water flowing than last time I was here.  A popular spot as many, many day visitors were in attendance. 

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2018-11-10 Toolona Creek

Walkers: Michele (leader), Gary, Paul, Louise, Julie, Werner & Vangie, Colin.  Distance: 18.5k

2018-11-10 Toolona Creek

The waterfalls were spectacular again. 

We are catching all these latest walks just at the right time following recent rain but dry enough to be comfortable.

A great walk today with something for everybody.

 

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2018-10-27 Springbrook Pinnacle

Walkers: Paul (leader), Cassie, Christine D, Julie C, Werner, Colin.  Distance: 17.9k

2018-10-27 Springbrook Pinnacle

The waterfalls were spectacular and three climbed the Springbrook Pinnacle.
Christine D wrote "Great day bushwalking with Werner AeschlimannColin BridgeCassie Van MaarseveenPaul Biggs and Judy Cullen. I'd forgotten how tiring Warrie circuit can be. Even made it halfway up The Pinnacles but then made the silly mistake of looking down. Apparently a lot of rain fell while I was in the wilds of Borneo and as a result all the waterfalls were flowing beautifully. Thank you Paul for leading us and being such a gentleman assisting me at the many creek crossings." 

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Copies of the excellent & definitive “ The Mistletoes of Subtropical Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria” by local authors John Moss & Ross Kendall now on sale at $27.50 from Mike Russell (5545 3601).

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TAMBORINE MOUNTAIN FLORA & FAUNA by Russell, Leiper, White, Francis, Hauser, McDonald & Sims is now on sale at local outlets for $15.  

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