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Ernie Richards (or Ernie ‘Ridges’), long time member of the Central Australian Bushwalkers Association of over thirty years, was born in the Samuel Merritt Hospital (now the Alta Bates Summit Medical Center) in Oakland, California in the United States of … Continue reading
The Central Australian bushwalking program for walks up to the end of April 2018 is now out. View it on our Bushwalks & Activities page.
Peak baggers in Scotland have the Munros – the high peaks over 3000 feet (910 metres) in elevation. In response Bill Wilkinson devised the Tasmanian Abels – the high peaks of Australia’s mountainous southern isle over 1100 metres with a distinct … Continue reading
The latest edition (Volume 11, June 2015) of Bushwalk Australia’s e-magazine is now out, featuring bushwalking in the Territory. Included are features on the best walks in the NT, a profile on our bushwalking club, and much more. Enjoy the read. … Continue reading
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: Driver Responsibilities In terms of … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading