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 | June 16, 17, 18 | What a great opportunity to learn to ski tour on cross country skis. Whether you call it Langrenn, Langlauf or in the words of Kiandra goldminers - Snowshoeing - Phil will give you the good oil or right wax. The tuition is not only first rate, but free  so numbers are limited. Get on the blower now and blast Phil with a booking. | | June 16, 17, 18 | What a great opportunity to learn to ski tour on cross country skis. Whether you call it Langrenn, Langlauf or in the words of Kiandra goldminers - Snowshoeing - Phil will give you the good oil or right wax. The tuition is not only first rate, but free  so numbers are limited. Get on the blower now and blast Phil with a booking. |
 | June 16, 17, 18 | Don and Maria Hitchcock are leading a weekend trip to Blue Gum (funny, I thought there were two "​b'​s"​ in it). Glorious views from Evans easy tracks to mighty Blue Gum idyllic camping nearby. Good graded track up Govetts past the spectacular 520 feet Govetts Leap waterfall. | | June 16, 17, 18 | Don and Maria Hitchcock are leading a weekend trip to Blue Gum (funny, I thought there were two "​b'​s"​ in it). Glorious views from Evans easy tracks to mighty Blue Gum idyllic camping nearby. Good graded track up Govetts past the spectacular 520 feet Govetts Leap waterfall. |
-| June 18 | An easy Sunday stroll from Mt. Colah to Berowra leader +| June 18 | An easy Sunday stroll from Mt. Colah to Berowra leader Les Davidson. Nice views along Appletree Creek with a good track to the bay and Cowan Creek. Lovely views along the track to Windybanks Boatshed and a steady climb to Berowra. You're in good hands all the way. | 
- ​- ​Les Davidson. Nice views along Appletree Creek with a +|June 23, 24, 25 | Bob Younger our worthy president is the standard beaver on this interesting test walk. Stroll along the good old Six Foot Track to Father Cox and up on this historic track to Mini Mini Saddle and down to Little River. Some interesting rock hopping along the stream before the green, grassy flats of Little River appear. Lavish green banks along the Cox give way to the flats of Galong Creek and its pretty pink granite falls and cascades. | 
-good track to the bay and Cowan Creek. Lovely views along the track to Windybanks Boatshed and a steady climb to Berowra. You're in good hands all the way. | +| June 25 | Another energetic walk from The Neck - this time led by Alan Pike, down to Cedar Creek and up Cedar Creek with its delightful flats and fast rockhopping to the legendary Cedar Cave with a roof nearly as high as the Opera House. A good ridge leads to scenic Cedar Head and around to the seldom seen Walls Pass with its bright new chain and pitons bring your camera. |
-|June 23, 24, 25 | Bob Younger our worthy president is the standard +
-beaver on this interesting test walk. Stroll along the good old Six Foot Track to Father Cox and up on this historic track to Mini Mini Saddle and down to Little River. Some interesting rock hopping along the stream before the green, grassy flats of Little River appear. Lavish green banks along the Cox give way to the flats of Galong Creek and its pretty pink granite falls and cascades. | +
-| June 25 | Another energetic walk from The Neck - this time led by Alan Pike, down to Cedar Creek and up Cedar Creek with  +
-its delightful flats and fast rockhopping to the legendary Cedar Cave with a roof nearly as high as the Opera House. A good ridge leads to scenic Cedar Head and around to the seldom seen Walls Pass with its bright new chain and pitons bring your camera. |+
 | June 25 | Uncle John Holly has borrowed Uncle Dave's mantle for this popular walk to Bush Walkers Basin known locally the Punch Bowl. Apparently Freers Crossing has always been known as Frere'​s to the locals - but don't let that worry you, the crystal waters, of Georges River hereabouts put the Cox to shame. | | June 25 | Uncle John Holly has borrowed Uncle Dave's mantle for this popular walk to Bush Walkers Basin known locally the Punch Bowl. Apparently Freers Crossing has always been known as Frere'​s to the locals - but don't let that worry you, the crystal waters, of Georges River hereabouts put the Cox to shame. |
-| June 25 | Gladys Roberts gives you another choice for today and +| June 25 | Gladys Roberts gives you another choice for today and Davidson Park it is. Pleasant going down Middle Harbour Creek to historic Bungaroo where Captain Arthur Phillip and his party spent a night in 1788, by the waterfall that falls into the seawater at high tide. Easy going to Gordon or Shot Machine Creek to Lindfield Station - be guided by Gladys. ​|
-Davidson Park it is. Pleasant going down Middle Harbour Creek to historic Bungaroo where Captain Arthur Phillip and his party spent a night in 1788, by the waterfall that falls into the seawater at high tide. Easy going to Gordon or Shot Machine Creek to Lindfield Station - be guided by Gladys.+
  
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