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About centralozbushwalkers

We are an incorporated association, but really we are an informal group of bushwalkers. We conduct day and overnight walks in Central Australia, both on- and off-track. Visitors and new members are welcome on the walks.

Bushwalk schedule Summer 2022-23

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Central Australian Bushwalkers Association

Bushwalking to enjoy the central desert region! We are a friendly, enthusiastic, knowledgeable group of walkers who love connecting with the great expanse of arid lands, ranges, waterholes and trails. We welcome new members on our variety of walks that … Continue reading

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More walks + planned September October 2022

11 Sept Jennings gorges Grade 4 Ken 0430 526 925 18 Sept Goat Camp Creek Grade 5 Ken 0430 526 925 25 Sept Emily Gap to Jessie Gap Grade 3 Liz 0425 772 612 2 Oct Wiggley’s Waterhole Grade 3 … Continue reading

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Changes to the schedule

This weekend (June 18-19) the scheduled walk to Bowman’s Gap has been re-scheduled to the following weekend, June 26-27.There will be an alternative walk. Please contact Nick – 0468331502 – for the walk details.

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Spring walking schedule

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Winter walking schedule

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Schedule change for Sunday 6th June 2021: N’Dhala Gorge off-track circuit

Change to schedule for this Sunday 6th June 2021: N’Dhala Walk Circuit, 6 hours off track, grade 4-5. Contact Ken on 0430526925. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/N%27Dhala_Gorge_Nature_Park

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Newly added to schedule for Sunday 16 May 2021: Ormiston Pound Walk

Contact Steve for details 0417 923 047

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Sunday 9th May 2021: Larapinta Trail section 8 Serpentine Gorge to Counts Point

Sue to lead – contact 0417 814 745. 14km return walk to Counts Point, a high point on the Larapinta Trail.

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Recent walks

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 The black colours after the bushfires of recent years have been replaced by greens and the diverse floral … Continue reading

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