Bushwalking - Northern Beaches Community College

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Course Outline

Alan Toner, founder of EcoWalks Tours delivers quality education that aims to improve your knowledge of Sydney’s bushland. Bush School provides workshops on Aboriginal culture, native plant species, bush walking and navigation, planning and risk assessment, equipment and field craft skills, bird identification as well as bush conservation skills. Bushwalkers must have a reasonable level of fitness

Middle Harbour - 1 June 24

Start Point: Seaforth Oval - 10am

Finish Point: Killarney Heights Oval - 1pm 

Distance 8km

Walking grade: Moderate 

Join our bushwalking activity alongside the forgotten military relics and through the unique bushland of Bantry Bay. We’ll be slowed down to marvel at the beautiful wildflowers and gasp at the incredible views over Middle Harbour.  

This walk is not for the faint hearted and using public transport is strongly recommended. 

Bushwalkers must have a reasonable level of fitness, bring snacks and water as well as wear weather appropriate clothing and enclosed shoes.

Manly Dam - 22 June 24

Start Point: Nyrang Road Carpark - 10am

Finish Point: Nyrang Road Carpark - 1pm 

Distance 9km

Walking grade: Moderate

Enjoy our bushwalking activity through heath scrub and wetland areas of Manly Warringah War Memorial State Park. We’ll walk past waterfalls and over Heartbreak Hill and enjoy the views over Manly Dam and have chance encounters with local wildlife. 

Public transport is suggested. However, this walk is a loop and we’ll arrive back at our starting point. 

What to Bring:

  • Snacks
  • Water
  • Wear weather appropriate clothing and enclosed shoes

Bushwalkers must have a reasonable level of fitness.

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.