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My WeekendNotes - 63
The six-kilometer Morelia walking track starts from the Manorina car park on Mt Nebo road between Mt Nebo and Mt Gloriou... [more]
Until this Easter, I hadn't been to Moreton Island since 1982. The main thing I remember about that trip was my border ... [more]
I've always been interested in history, especially convicts and penal settlements. This year I've visited two penal colo... [more]
I've been spending a fair bit of time at the Victoria Park Golf Club recently. I haven't been playing golf. I've been ... [more]
I hadn't been to Mt Tamborine for a very long time. That time, I had only visited the shops and hadn't done any of the w... [more]
My bushwalking club had another kayaking trip on, so I signed up for it. I wrote about the previous paddle on the Upper... [more]
The Mt Greville bushwalk was classed as a grade 5 walk by my local bushwalking club. The club describes grade 5 walks as... [more]
The bushwalking club I belong to has started having some weekday walks. I've been going on a few of these recently. I l... [more]
I had walked the Coomera circuit with a friend from Darwin about 15 months ago and really loved it, so when I had the ch... [more]
It had been a long time since I had kayaked the Upper Noosa River in the Cooloola Recreation Area of the Great Sandy Nat... [more]
Last Spring, I climbed Mt Cordeaux and walked to Bare Rock at Cunningham's Gap. It was a wonderful walk with flowering ... [more]
I've kayaked up Nundah Creek and Cabbage Tree Creek in Boondall Wetlands and seen the bird hide from the water on Nundah... [more]
The last time I did any serious bushwalking in Tasmania was a very long time ago, way back in the 1970's. That one was a... [more]
The Innisfail Historical Society is holding an event at the Shire Hall on Saturday 10th March at 7 pm for residents of t... [more]
I was fortunate recently to attend the opening of the "Tasmanian Love Stories" Art Exhibition at the Deloraine Creative ... [more]
03/02/2018 - 25/02/2018
I recently read on a bushwalking blog site about how expensive it was to fit you out for bushwalking. I know good qualit... [more]
It was my second time paddling at Victoria Point. I wrote about the previous trip here. This time, we met at W H ... [more]
I finally got to go on the Artists Cascades walk after my initial attempt was cancelled due to impending storms a few we... [more]
The walk to Greenes Falls at Mt Glorious is a nice easy bushwalk for families. The well-marked track starts at the Maia... [more]
In early December I attended the Brisbane Bushwalkers Christmas weekend. We camped at the Baden Powell Scout camp at Sa... [more]
When you go bushwalking in Queensland you have to watch weather reports. Back in September this year I was booked to go ... [more]
I remember around 2001, when I was working in an office in Alderley with the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medi... [more]
Bindarrabi is just over the border into NSW. It is bordered by the Koreelah National Park with world heritage listed ra... [more]
When Monique first suggested we go for a paddle at Raby Bay, I didn't know what to expect. I remembered all the media fr... [more]
When I was twenty, I got lost in the Tasmanian wilderness in winter and spent a freezing night in the bush. When I saw t... [more]
03/11/2017 - 05/11/2017
Years ago, a friend in Townsville gave me some old photos of tree felling, showing men on planks cutting trees down by h... [more]
The weather forecast was pretty grim. Heavy rain was predicted for Saturday. It was the day I was looking forward to go... [more]
When my friend Bea suggested we should go to King Island one day, I thought she meant King Island off the coast of Tasma... [more]
My friend Marg, who is a busy schoolteacher, asked me to take her to my favourite op shops during the school holidays as... [more]
I love going out into the bush and seeing wildlife, but lately, the wildlife has been coming to me at home in my suburba... [more]
I've been lucky to see the two types of Australian Lyrebirds. Years ago walking on the Lyrebird Falls walking track, in... [more]
I only recently heard about the Banks Street Reserve from two friends who live in Ashgrove. One was walking there regula... [more]
I was interested in a weekend activity on the Brisbane Bushwalker's list of future walks. This one was a weekend camping... [more]
I used to live in a little cottage on a lovely beach north of Townsville. I was recently reminded of my beach home when... [more]
I hadn't been to the Glass House Mountains since the late 1960's early 1970's until this July. Back then I had recently... [more]
I've discovered you really need to walk alone to see much wildlife. I did the short 5 km walk around the Araucaria track... [more]
I just read an article in the Australian newspaper about luxury walking holidays to places like Lord Howe Island, Maria ... [more]
My friend Margaret had two weeks holiday from her busy job as a schoolteacher at a large Brisbane high school. We were p... [more]
I hadn't done any rock hopping for many years. A lot of our walks involved rock hopping up creeks with lots of swims al... [more]
I enjoyed reading Anna's article about Camping at the Goomburra Section of the Main Range National Park in Weekend Notes... [more]
I recently went on a bushwalk to Dave's Creek Circuit at Binna Burra on a very cold, wet Sunday with the Brisbane Bushwa... [more]
My friend Tannis invited me and our friend Bea on a walk with the Sunshine Coast Camino Group. She and her friend Annie... [more]
I grew up in Tasmania where there is lots of snow, but I had my first skiing experience in New Zealand on Mt Ruapehu. S... [more]
I've canoed, kayaked and camped down the Noosa River across Lake Cootharaba into the Everglades, but recently I took my ... [more]
The first time I walked up Spider Hill, I was exhausted. I'm not sure whether it was because I was very unfit or becaus... [more]
You don't have to go far to see native wildlife in Brisbane. I have a lot in my own backyard and I always see a lot whe... [more]
It's starting to get cooler in autumn in Tasmania, so it's a great time to go scavenging around the State. Most peopl... [more]
I'm sitting in my sister's lounge room in the small rural town of Westbury, 30 kilometres west of Launceston in Tasmania... [more]
My friend Jenny was coming over to Brisbane for a week again, so I was on the lookout for something to do with her. I s... [more]
I just took 16 advertising catalogues from my letterbox. The ads were for everything from groceries, clothes, supermark... [more]
I always promised myself I would get back to another Toowoomba Swap Meet. I went to one in 2011 and it was great. I'm no... [more]
04/02/2017 - 05/02/2017
Kids thrive on adventure. Friends told me my adventurous lifestyle would stop after I had children, but it didn't. I tri... [more]
My friend Ailsa's 60th birthday was coming up. Her two sisters had gone to volunteer in Sri Lanka for three months and s... [more]
I knew I was stressed and needed a holiday when I thanked the photocopying machine after it had done some photocopying f... [more]
My friend Jenny from Darwin suggested the road trip. She had bought a house in Bellingen in NSW a year ago and wanted t... [more]
I only found out about the Great Noosa Trail walk by accident. I was on the Sunshine Coast and read about it in a local ... [more]
After a long hard six-hour climb, I could see Mackinder's camp hut 100 metres above me, but I couldn't take those last f... [more]
I was excited about our planned paddle at Victoria Point. Jodie had been paddling there previously on her Stand Up Padd... [more]
Line dancing is a lot of fun and very good exercise for the body and mind. I've been doing it for twelve months and I've... [more]
It had been eighteen years since I bushwalked carrying a full pack before a recent overnight walk to the Lower Portals a... [more]
On a hot Brisbane day, people can head to the cool rainforest at Springbrook. I recently went on an eighteen-kilometre ... [more]
It took me awhile to explore my local area after moving to Brisbane. I was busy working in the city but after getting a... [more]
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