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The next Great Walk is not far off!! Balingup to Donnelly River 27th September – 7 October 2022

We are heading to the wonderful South West walking from Balingup to Donnelly enjoying the beauty of our natural environment while being in community with like minded people! Our walks are family friendly and provide the opportunity to camp in lovely surroundings. While we so encourage people to join us for the full ten days we know that is not always possible so please feel free to join us the for the time you can. Walks are varied with both longer and shorter options daily. See below itinerary for the day to day activities. We will also offer the opportunity for some overnight camps for those feeling more adventurous. Details of the over [...]

By |August 30th, 2022|Categories: Latest News, Uncategorised, Upcoming Walks, Walks|0 Comments

Regenerating the Tribal Grounds July 2022

Join us at the Tribal Grounds in Nannup to work, play and play some more!! When: 10th- 14th July and/or 30th/31st July 2022 What to bring? Food to share (include spices as stocks are low) Musical instruments Board Games Drinking water Gum boots/gloves Orange or back paint if you have some spare! For further details contact Kerrianne at crystalsforkids@hotmail.com or admin@greatwalknetwork.org    

By |July 10th, 2022|Categories: Latest News|0 Comments

9 – 17 April 2022: Great Gondwana & Coast Walk

Our Autumn walk takes us through sacred granite Songline country. After 5 nights beside the dam in Nowanup, camp moves to Wellstead - east of Albany, for more Coastal walking. We hope you can join us! --->>> (Great Walk Gondwana Registration April 2022.docx) Itinerary Day 1 Sat 9 April  Bus and Truck travel down to Nowanup, Boxwood Hills (Norman Road) and set up camp at the Dam on Nowanup Day 2 Sun 10 April  Walk around Nowanup. Meeting with Noongar elders/family members Day 3 Mon 11 April   Walk down Yarraweyah Falls and Monjebup Creek to Red Moort Bush Heritage Field Station. Day 4 Tue12 April    Walk down the Corackerup Creek reserve edge to Red Moort Bush [...]

By |February 28th, 2022|Categories: Past Walks|1 Comment
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