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“The Great Western Woodlands is an Ark for rare and threatened plants and animals, containing thousands of species found nowhere else on the planet”.

” Located in the southwest of Western Australia, beyond the ‘Wheatbelt’, its one of earth’s most significant places. At 16 million hectares, an area larger than England, there is no landscape as large, diverse or intact as the Great Western Woodlands in all of Australia”

“The Great Western Woodlands is the biggest and most intact remaining wilderness area of its type in the world.” quotes taken from wilderness society

Norseman Great Western Woodland Walk will be a rare opportunity to explore and wonder through this magnificent country.

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This is part of the Gondwana Link Series of Walks

Tuesday 10th April to Thursday 19th April 2012

The walk will start the day after Easter Monday

DRAFT v 17 Feb 2012 GWN Gonwana Norseman – Great Western Woodlands Walk

10th April to 19th April 2012

Day 1

Tuesday 10th April 2012

Departing from Pinakarri, 4 Bottrill Street, Hamilton Hill at 6.30am. We will be taking the Great Eastern Highway. Please bring your own lunch, water & snacks for the day. Camp site that night at Boorabin Rock past Southern Cross.

Denmark Albany Bus will leave Albany by 8.30am from the Lunch Sandwish Shop, Chester Pass Road, near Roundabout.Camp near Hopetoun

Day 2

Wednesday 11th April

Travel to Norseman, then 100km east of Norseman to Fraser Range Station. Camp Site will be signposted off the Eyre Highway. Set up Camp for 4 nights

Day 3

Thursday 12th April

Walks around Fraser Range Station

Day 4

Friday 13th April

Walks around Fraser Range Station- including overnight camp

Overnight walks are generally un- supported which means walkers will have to carry their gear, water and food into the site. For overnight camp walkers will need to have light camping gear, back packs and appropriate foot wear/boots for the county


Day 5

Saturday 14th April

Walks around Fraser Range Station

Day 6

Sunday 15th April

Pack up Camp and Travel to old Dundas townsite campsite area, about 25km south of Norseman.

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Set up camp.

Day 7

Monday 16th April 2012

Walks around old Dundas

Set up camp.

Day 8

Tuesday 17th April

Walks around old Dundas

Day 9

Wednesday 17th April 2012

Walks around old Dundas – Possible day trip to Peak Charles.

Day 10

Pack up Camp,and Travel Home- Freo Bus arriving home probably late into the evening (unless group decides to camp out). Denmark Bus likely to camp out on Thursday night on way back.

Contacts and Further Information

Coordination and Route– Basil Schur 0429481019

Registration : Gerard Laumen 0414558291

Food – Vera Ross – 0401403451

Camp sites and other queries – Basil Schur 0429481019

Norseman Contact; Therese Wade, Railway Inn, 106Roberts Street Norseman WA 6443

(08) 9039 0003 0458995899

View and Download (file/download original ) the registration form

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If the cost of fees are a problem for you and your family… please speak to Basil – we are keen to accommodate people in financial hardship- so they can come on the walk

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Also great if people can put up their hands soon for roles !– especially Catering Coordinator and Registrations Coordinator and also the other roles… Look forward to hearing from you in this regards