Change to schedule for this Sunday 6th June 2021: N’Dhala Walk Circuit, 6 hours off track, grade 4-5.
Contact Ken on 0430526925.
Contact Steve for details 0417 923 047
Sue to lead – contact 0417 814 745.
14km return walk to Counts Point, a high point on the Larapinta Trail.
The recent rains and cooler weather meant that longer walks could be planned without the need to carry a lot of water.
The black colours after the bushfires of recent years have been replaced by greens and the diverse floral colours that Central Australia can reveal to and enthrall onlookers.
Greetings and welcome to season 1 walking for 2021.
Please visit our bushwalks & activities page to view and/or download the schedule.
Thanks Ken for this amazing photo
It may seem like common sense, but all drivers have a duty of care to their passengers. This applies on our bushwalks too. To clarify this, the following has been added to the Leader Guidelines:
In terms of the potential of major injury or death, driving to and from the walk is probably the riskiest part of bushwalking. Drivers should put the safety of their passengers (their fellow bushwalkers) first. Stop or share the driving if tired or unwell.
Due to post-walk fatigue, drivers should be ‘Sober Bob’ and refrain from alcohol and other drugs.
As a passenger, please inform the driver to slow down or pull over if you feel uncomfortable or unsafe.
You can download the full guidelines here.
This article, a curatorial response to the 2012 exhibition, was written and considered for the prestigious national magazine Art Monthly. It was not used.
When I saw the cover image of Philip Jones’s Images of the interior: seven Central Australian photographers (Wakefield Press 2011), I knew that I needed it for the hybrid art–recreation exhibition I was curating: walking country: 30 years in the arid rangelands, a photographic journey.
Download the full article The art of walking country