Walking and Singing on wonderful country How special it is to walk and sing on the special country connecting the Mt Roe, Stirling Range ( Koi Kyenunu-ruff) and Porongurup National Parks. The Great Walk Network, with input from Green Skills, just completed nine days of walking and camping. Warm camp fires, season opening rain, bush corridors, salt lakes, and ancient mountains! Add lots of delicious vegetarian meals, celebratory songs, guided tours on regenerative agriculture and eco restoration, and much more for more info on Gondwana Link. Highlights of our “Gondwana Connections” Walk On our creative performance night, [...]
We have a new Committee and we are preparing our next walk, to explore the eco-links between the Walpole Wilderness and the Stirling Ranges. Registrations are open now. Please also remember that all members can create posts for the website. Please send us your photos, stories, poems etc.
Autumn Walk 2021 We are planning to walk in the lower south west Stirling ranges and the Porongorups. More information will be posted after summer camp. It will be around the school holiday times, dates depend on campsite availability. Walks will be carefully considered with options for different levels of difficulty.
Summer Camps Boranup then Tribal Grounds (Nannup) Boranup 28th Dec. 2020 to 6th Jan 2021. Then over to Nannup Tribal Grounds: 6th Jan. to 11th Jan. (or stay longer)The first campsite is adjacent to the Boranup Forest and close to Hamelin Bay on private property 20 kms north of Augusta. We have had two previous summer camps here. It is a lovely spot and there are plenty of activities and many beautiful areas just a short GWN bus ride away. We will take the GWN bus and the truck will have our usual camp requisites. We ask that you bring a box of food (about $40-$50 worth) to use in shared meals. A [...]
Summer Camp will be in January 2021 for 2 weeks the first ten days in Boranup Forest, near Margaret River, and the last 4 days near Nannup . In the Autumn school holidays 2021 our walking and camping will be exploring the Stirling Ranges. Details will be updated closer to the time of the walks.