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Bushwalk 4 - The Water Run

Bushwalk 4 - The Water Run

$35 Limited inc GST
Bushwalk 4 - The Water Run

<p><h3> Bushwalk 4 – The Water Run – Sydney </h3></p><p>Bushwalk 4 – The Royal National Park is the (traditional) country of the Dharawal people. Gazetted in 1879 as The National Park, it was renamed

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Bushwalk 4 – The Water Run – Sydney

Bushwalk 4 – The Royal National Park is the (traditional) country of the Dharawal people. Gazetted in 1879 as The National Park, it was renamed The Royal National Park after Queen Elizabeth’s visit to Australia in 1954. On this walk, you will visit isolated beaches, beautiful rock formations, a rugged coastline with grand escarpments that have extensive views up and down the coast. The Royal National Park with its spectacular scenery and isolated beaches has set this walk apart from the rest.

Course Outline

  • COURSE INFORMATION GUIDE DETAILS regarding the Bushwalks will be confirmed and sent to students during the week prior to course commencement.
  • Please consult the Course Information Guide for full details prior to your walk.

Important Information

  • Rating: Moderate – Slightly challenging (includes some easy-moderate rock hopping)
  • Distance: 13km
  • Meeting Place: Meet at Trackhead – opposite No. 1 Foothills Road, Austinmer
  • Driving Instructions: Allow minimum 1 hour 15 minutes travel time from Macquarie Park.
  • Special Note: From Macquarie Park, drive south via Ryde Road/Centenary Drive/King Georges Road/Princes Highway. At Loftus Oval, veer left onto Farnell Avenue. Drive 2.5km, cross Audley causeway then continue onto Sir Bertram Stevens Drive for 10.2km. Turn left onto Bundeena Drive. Drive 9.9km then veer left onto Brighton Street (153m) then veer right onto Loftus Street. Drive 100m to meeting place. National Park entry fees apply.

Event Amendments

  • Bushwalks can sometimes be rescheduled to an alternative location due to park closures, bushfires, flooding, and for other unforeseen circumstances.
  • Bushwalk amendments are usually sent out by e-mail or by phone on the Friday/Saturday preceding the walk. To ensure you are properly informed of any changes, please be sure to pass on your e-mail address and mobile phone number to the Event Co-ordinator prior to the Thursday of your first walk.
  • See also heading, Walkers Disclosure.

Operational Conditions and Postponements

  • We reserve the right to alter or postpone the event/s or part thereof due to extremes of weather or changes to operational conditions such as road closures, bushfires or conditions beyond our usual control. Every effort will be made to keep to the itinerary and advertised departure times, but no guarantee can be made and no compensation shall be made for failure to meet those times.
  • Our events take place in all but exceptional weather conditions. Conditions such as mist, fog showers, rain and windy conditions do not usually affect the event operation. However, if the weather is deemed to be extreme, the event/s will be postponed to another date. Pre-paid event fees will be credited to the new date or a future event.