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August 2010

Shepherds Walk

Club News
Shepherds Walk
17 July 2010

Membership Now Due
Membership is now due and all members will have received a notice by email or by postal mail. Membership is still only $30.00 and is valid to 30/6/2011. A Membership Form can be downloaded from the Club website at http://sites.google.com/site/qldbwc/membership Members have until the end of August to renew their membership or risk having their membership cancelled. If you wish to have the Newsletter posted to you, it will cost an additional $15.00. Otherwise the Newsletter can be downloaded for free from the Club website at http://sites.google.com/site/qldbwc/newsletter

13 Club members attended this annual walk sponsored by the Beaudesert Historical Society Inc. on a fine sunny Saturday in July. Over a 100 people which included members from other bushwalking clubs and locals from nearby areas assembled in Beaudesert at 8.00am. Two buses then took us to Christmas Creek to view the monument erected in memory of Chinese shepherds killed in a skirmish with aboriginals back around 1850. A Chinese woman managed to hide and escaped unharmed, eventually walking to the Shepherds hut at Kerry to relate the events. The Shepherds Walk follows the route taken by her. The walk is about 9 kilometres and starts in Christmas Creek and goes over the Jinbroken Range and then down to the Albert River in the Kerry Valley. It crosses private property and the slope up the Jinbroken Range was only mild. After plenty of rests and stops to admire the scenery along the way, we arrived at the Albert River where the Beaudesert Historical Society provided a sausage sizzle with toast, tea, coffee, and freshly cooked damper with syrup. At $15 it was a bargain as it also included the bus transport there and back. Proceeds go to the maintenance of the Beaudesert Museum. QBW would like to thank the Beaudesert Historical Society Inc. for putting on such a well organised event. Richard Kolarski

Books Donated
QBW would like to thank Danuta Gur, a former member of QBW for the donation of several books recently. QBW's library of bushwalking related books is growing steadily. Members may borrow books from the library at the Club meeting. Contact Noelene on 3889 0264 for any further information.

BWQ Blog Site
Bushwalking Queensland now has a free blog site which is intended to be a publicity facility for all clubs affiliated with BWQ. The web address is http://bwq.org.au/blog/ Clubs can now send material promoting their activities such as meetings, upcoming walks, trip write-ups and pictures to the email address on the blog home page. The blog is being run by Tracey Smith in Bundaberg. The QBW committee will send material to the blog site as necessary. In the meantime members may visit the above site to see what other clubs are doing.

K2 Evening Function

21 July 2010

Sixteen members attended this function held in Wickham St, Fortitude Valley to find out about the latest gear available for bushwalkers. After a short presentation members were free to try equipment and to ask questions. Light refreshment was provide by the K2 staff. Many took the opportunity to purchase gear at discounted prices. QBW would like to thank K2 for the evening.

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General Information
Meeting Place
Club meetings are on the first Tuesday of the month starting at 7.30PM. There is no Club meeting in January. Meeting are held at the Little King's Hall on the corner of Carl and O'Keefe Streets, Buranda. Entry is via the gate on Carl St. There is parking within the grounds and in Carl Street. Tea/Coffee and cake/biscuits are provided after the meeting. A coin donation would be appreciated. President Secretary Treasurer

The Management Committee
Gil Gunthorpe Noelene McCay Sue Ward John Hinton John Brunott Frank Garland Richard Kolarski Traci Nudl Stuart Mackay 3272 4366(H) 3889 0264(H) 3844 6389(H) 3343 3724 (H) 3209 9598 (H) 3341 5207 (H) 3341 7509 (H) 3890 8196 (H) 3890 8196 (H) Vice President

Outings Officer Membership Officer Editor Social Secretary Training Officer

Probationary Membership A non-member automatically becomes a Probationary Member on his/her first walk after signing the waiver form. There is no fee payable to become a Probationary Member. However a Probationary Member must become an Ordinary Member on his/her second walk by filling out a Membership Form and paying the membership fee. Ordinary Membership A person may become an Ordinary Member by filling out and signing a Membership Form, having a proposer sign the form and handing the form with the membership fee to a committee member or walk leader. The proposer may be a friend (who is a member of the Club) of the applicant, the leader of the walk that the applicant is on, the Membership Officer at a Club meeting or if the Membership Officer is not available, one of the committee members. An Ordinary Member has the right to vote at an AGM or be elected to a committee position. A Probationary Member has neither of these rights. Members of Another Bushwalking Club Members of another bushwalking club which is affiliated with Bushwalking Queensland Inc. (or an interstate Federation) and who are covered by the same Insurance do not need to become a member of our Club to go on our walks. However Club members will have priority if there is a limit on numbers.

Other Voluntary Positions
Equipment Officer Supper Convenor BWQ Rep BWQ Rep John Brunott Mary Sherlock Stuart Mackay Richard Kolarski 3209 9598 (H) 3209 8514 (H) 3890 8196 (H) 3341 7509 (H)

Campsite Monitors
John Brunott Kerry de Clauzel Ann Kemp Richard Kolarski Barbara Makepeace John Shera John & Julie Shera Ken Walters Ballows, Paddys Knob Throakban, Barney Gorge and Lower Portals Spicers Peak (east & west) Running Creek Falls Rat-a-tat, Spicers/Doubletop saddle Rum Jungle Panorama Point Mt Superbus & Rabbit Fence Jct Lower Panorama Mt May saddle & Paddy’s Plain

Editors Pic

Club Equipment
Compasses Emergency Lights Topo Maps First Aid Kits GPS's UHF Radios The above are for free use by members. Contact David at 3395 1838 or email david.r.rae@gmail.com PLBs with inbuilt GPS The Club has 5 PLBs with inbuilt GPS. The PLBs will be made available at each Club meeting and will need to be returned at the following Club meeting. Contact Richard on 3341 7509. Abseil Gear (ropes, harnesses, helmets, karabiners etc.) Ordinary Members - $5.00 charge for use of the Club rope and another $5.00 charge for use of harness and accessories . Probationary Members and members of affiliated clubs - $10.00 charge for use of the Club rope and another $10.00 charge for use of harness and accessories. Contact Trevor at 0411 512 202 Back Pack for Hire Contact Trevor at 0411 512 202 $5.00 charge
A Shoe In?

During the Shepherds Walk John B. gave a demonstration on boot picking which is a very important skill to master. 1) Make sure your client is calm and not wanting to wander off. 2) Start on the left (near) side, as the client will be more comfortable with interactions on this side of the body. 3) Introduce yourself, and let the client know you have good intentions - give gentle strokes (not pats) on the neck, and shoulder and speak softly. 4) Don't look the client squarely in the eyes - this ignites the client's flight instinct. For a client that may kick, position your body comfortably and safely with your outside leg slightly in front of the other for better balance and efficient manoeuvring. 5) Say "foot up" or whatever command you want, as long as it's the same one every time and doesn't sound like any other command.

T/W Tent for Hire 2 man, 2.8kg $5.00/week Contact Dave Haliczer 0432 901 030 Bivy Bags For Sale $3.00 each or 2 for $5.00. These bivy bags are 2 metres by 0.9 metres and are bright orange in colour. Use as a pack liner or emergency bivy bag. Contact Patricia Kolarski on 3341 7509. Space Blankets For Sale $2.50 each. Light weight and take up no room at all. A must for all walkers! Contact Patricia Kolarski on 3341 7509.

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Special Coming Events
Larapinta Trail
13 September – 1 October 2010 Date Host Venue Cost Arrive Monday 13th September 2010 in Alice Springs at 1.30pm. Tailormade Tours will meet the plane and allow a food and fuel shop before going that afternoon to Redbank Gorge via 3 food drops at Emery Creek, Ormiston Gorge and Standley Chasm. Then walk back the full distance to Alice Springs arriving Thursday 30th September. Fly out of Alice on 1st October so it means there are 17 days to complete the walk rather than the recommended 20 but have worked out where the 3 days can be made up without any horrendously long days. I have booked ground transport for a maximum of 6. For more information contact Murray Haines on his mobile number 0419 745 616.

Pilgrimage 2010
20-22 August 2010 Toowoomba Bushwalkers Club Crows Nest Show Grounds. $25.00 per adult with an early bird special of $20 if paid by 8-Aug-2010 Children under 18 - free The Pilgrimage is an annual bushwalking and social event attracting members of affiliated clubs from throughout the southeast corner of the state and sometimes further afield. All attendees must be members of their respective clubs and therefore insured. Fees will need to be mailed in with the appropriate registration form.

Friday 20th 12:00 noon onwards camp. 7:30pm - late walk details. 7:30pm - late Chair). Saturday 21st 6:00am onwards Registration of arrivals. 7:00am onwards Staggered walk departure times. Click here for walk details. Throughout the day Coffee and Tea available. Selfguided orienteering course will be available. Non-walkers may like to take advantage of visiting some of the local scenic spots. 7:30pm - 11:30pm Bush Dance. Band O' Coots at the Crows Nest RSL. Supper provided. (please BYO cups) Supper at 9pm Sunday 22nd 7:00am Sausage sizzle 7:00am Buy and sell your wanted/unwanted bushwalking/camping gear (please have all items clearly marked with price and your name) 8:00am Presidents Meeting 8:30am Entries close for competitions 9:00am Federation Mountain Rescue presentation 9:30am - 11:30am 11:30am - 12:00pm Prizes 12:00 noon Pilgrimage close. Saturday Walks List Kipper Creek 6.5hr Lockyer Forest Reserve 6.0hr Ravensbourne Falls 6.0hr Gorges of Upper Perseverance Ck 6.0hr Paradise Creek & White Mountain 5.5hr Valley of Diamonds 6.0hr Vinegar Hill 4.5hr Lake Cressbrook 5.0hr Perseverance Heights 5.0hr Perseverance Dam to Crows Nest Falls 4.5hr Ravensbourne Forest Reserve 2.5hr Munro's Tramway 1.5hr Crows Nest NP Graded Tracks 2.0hr Hartmanns Park 2.0hr M76 M55 S65 M65 S65 S76 S54 M44 S55 S55 S22 S22 S22 Bush Olympics Announcements Registration of arrivals and setting up

Cooloola Great Walk

late September

I am planning to do this walk in late September as a cross-over with another walking group. It is a five day walk and would be done Monday to Friday. Anyone interested please let me know by Monday 9 August. Patricia Kolarski

Walks sign on sheets available. Click here for Supper - soup, coffee, tea etc (BYO Mug and

The Grampians

16 to 30 October 2010

There is space for one more person on this all-female trip to the Grampians. It will be Day Walks only and accommodation will be in cabins. We shall be going via Fran's place at Portarlington on the Geelong peninsula where we'll do a couple of walks before heading up to Halls Gap. Anyone interested please let me know ASAP. Patricia Kolarski Ph 3341 7509

QBW Christmas Party
Place Cost

3-5 December 2010

Camp Constable, Mt Glorious $20 if staying one night, $35 for 2 nights.

Accommodation will be in cabins and rooms only, with no tent sites. There is a kitchen with tables and chairs provided plus toilet and shower facilities with hot water. We will have the use of the Activities Hall for the weekend. Rain will not call off the Christmas Party! Walks are planned for the Saturday. Prizes, games, slide shows and a whole heap of fun are on the agenda. There will be a BBQ on the Saturday. The Club will supply the meat but members are asked to bring along a salad or dessert. More information to follow.

Handing over the boot for the 2011 Pilgrimage

Tasmanian Hikes

29 December 2010 to 14 January 2011

I am leading two exciting extended hikes for a group of up to 6 hikers after Christmas. The first hike will be the Precipitous Bluff Hike following the Moonlight Ridge trail to Pindars Peak and then on to Precipitous Bluff (affectionately known as PB by Tasmanians). This is followed by a descent to New River Lagoon where there is some wading expected before joining the South Coast Track. This walk will take place over 10 days to give us time to smell the roses along the way. The second walk takes place from Lake St Clair where we will catch the ferry to the Overland Track and hike up to Pine Valley Hut. From here we will ascend into the Labyrinth area and camp up near Lake Helios or in Big Gun Pass. We will then make our way over Falling Mountain back on to the Overland track. For both of these walks there is an extra day factored in as a rest day or a day to wait out bad weather should there be any. For the last two years the weather has been very mild and sunny over this time. If you are interested, please contact me on 0432901030 or email me at d.a.haliczer@stpeters.qld.edu.au Dave Haliczer

For more information, a Registration Form or how to get there, go to the website at http://www.bushwalkingqueensland.org.au/pilgrimage.html

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Privacy Policy For QBW?
The QBW committee discussed the issue of a Privacy Policy for the Club at their meeting on 27/7/2010. The issues raised were the use of names and photos on the Club Newsletter and Website. Other information that might be of concern is the publication of addresses, phone numbers and emails. The Club Newsletter and website are open to the general public and thus any person has access to them. The committee does not wish that any information published to be harmful to a member. As an incorporated body, QBW does need to collect and keep information on members. The main source of this information is from the Membership Form. Below are Sections 13 and 14 from the Club Rules. 13 Register of members (1) The management committee must keep a register of members of the association. (2) The register must include the following particulars for each member— (a) the full name of the member; (b) the postal or residential address of the member; (c) the date of admission as a member; (d) the date of death or time of resignation of the member; (e) details about the termination or reinstatement of membership; (f) any other particulars the management committee or the members at a general meeting decide. (3) The register must be open for inspection by members of the association at all reasonable times. (4) A member must contact the secretary to arrange an inspection of the register. (5) However, the management committee may, on the application of a member of the association, withhold information about the member (other than the members full name) from the register available for inspection if the management committee has reasonable grounds for believing the disclosure of the information would put the member at risk of harm. 14 Prohibition on use of information on register of members (1) A member of the association must not— (a) use information obtained from the register of members of the association to contact, or send material to, another member of the association for the purpose of advertising for political, religious, charitable or commercial purposes; or (b) disclose information obtained from the register to someone else, knowing that the information is likely to be used to contact, or send material to, another member of the association for the purpose of advertising for political, religious, charitable or commercial purposes. (2) Subrule (1) does not apply if the use or disclosure of the information is approved by the association. Addition to Club Bylaws The committee passed the following bylaws at the meeting: 1) Any photos of Club events will not be given out to a third party. 2) Photos may be taken on Club walks and put on the Club website and newsletter. If a member does not wish to have his/her photo taken or published, he/she must ensure to let the walk leader know. Feedback from members At present Richard Kolarski is gathering information for a draft privacy policy. If you have any concerns or would like to discuss what the committee should do about the publication of members names, phone numbers, email addresses or photos, please contact Richard on 3341 7509. Page 4 of 6

Queensland Bushwalkers Club 2010 Photo Competition

The Queensland Bushwalkers Club Photo Competition is on again. Entries of digital images only. Sorry, no more prints. There are 3 categories: Pictorial: Photographs of any broad natural scene. Pictorial photographs can include for example creeks, seascapes, waterfalls, mountains, rocky outcrops, and clouds Nature: Photographs depicting flora or fauna, excluding domestic animals. This category should also exclude evidence of man. Examples of nature photographs are birds, animals, native flowers, forest, fungi, reptiles, insects etc Club Character: Photographs showing one or more people participating in a bushwalking type of activity and can be humorous as well as serious. 5 entries allowed per category per member (limit of 15 in total). Images must have been taken on a Queensland Bushwalkers Club event since the November meeting 2009. Photos must be saved as a JPEG image file with no compression. Make them the maximum resolution from your camera and they will be resized to suit viewing. The images may be produced from a digital camera or a scanned image of a print or slide. Photos must be submitted on a CD or DVD, or USB Memory Stick (named, which can be returned). Please do not email your entries. Each entry photo needs to be titled as follows: Name_Title_Location_Category_Image Number.jpg eg. Evelyn Campbell_MtNorman_GirraweenNP_Nature_1.jpg Photos must be titled this way or the entries cannot be identified. Hand your entries to Evelyn Campbell or post them to 36 Oberon Street Morningside 4170 by the November Club meeting 2010. The winners will be announced at the Club Xmas Party. Besides the winners in each category which will be decided by a panel of judges, there will also be the People's Choice award. Any questions call Evelyn on 3395 8086 or 0434 985 371

New Members
Tim Apelt Glen Josephson Lance Rutherford Peter Victor As at 27/7/2010 we have 42 financial members Julie Harris Azra Potapov Carmen Wieckhorst

Past Walks
Daves Creek – Upper Ballanjui Falls
6 June 2010 The Dave’s Ck circuit is by far the most popular of all the walks that the Club puts on. It is noted for the changes in vegetation types: heath, coachwood and New England ash. The wonderful lookouts: Molongolee, Nunimbah and Surprise Rock. The walk is easy at about 12km with no elevation along a well upkept track. The detour to the Upper Ballanjui Falls added another 6km.

On arrival at Mt Cordeaux it was very pleasant to warm buttocks on the toasty rock. Views were clear in the crisp air. Mt Mitchell East Peak, Spicer's Peak and Mt Greville were spectacular. Then on to Bare Rock. On the rock isthmus behind Mt Cordeaux some giant spear lilies were already emerging in multiple deep red flowers. Why so early we wondered? More great views east and west. Bare Rock was a bliss on the warm rock sheltered from the wind - superb views along the Ramparts and to Mt Castle. Back at Cunninghams Gap it was a "warm" shady 9 deg at 2pm. The coffee shop at Aratula was a hit with hot coffees, tarts, and great real burgers like we used to enjoy "long long ago".

North and Isolated Peak

13 June 2010

Leaving Brisbane at 5am is not easy but it does lead to rewarding walking. In this case we were rewarded with lovely sunrise and morning views as we ascended North Ridge. With Richard's trusty GPS, North Ridge was expertly located as every ridge and every creek up to 400 m in altitude look alike in this region. By 8 am we were ascending lovely granite like slabs and enjoying world class views that would be with us all day.
Dave's Creek Crew

We had morning tea was at the Numinbah Lookout. In bright sunshine, the warmth added heat to our bodies which had a starting walk temperature of 6c and the day warming to 20c. From there we continued along the escarpment, capturing the beauty of the Valley. Facing East, we came to Surprise Rock, where one can do a small scramble to the top and gain a broad view of the Gold Coast and the Hinze Dam. A real must on this walk. To add to the splendour of the natural scenery and to lengthen the walk, we visited the Upper Ballanjui falls where we had lunch. The walk to the Falls is picturesque along the banks of Nixon Creek, passing the Nagarigoon Falls, Cascades and a drop in elevation of 300m to the top of the falls and views down the Kurraragin Valley. With stops, the total walk took 6.5 hours. As this walk was my second walk as a Leader, and with its simplicity, I thought that there would be no cause for stress and worry. Basically this is a true statement until the human element comes into play. I kept thinking of John Brunott’s words of wisdom: What do you do if something goes wrong in the middle of the walk. To all you novice leaders, nothing did go wrong and I am now planning future walks. Bruce Stephens

Going Up North Ridge

Mt Cordeaux + Bare Rock

12 June 2010

Five cool souls met at "the Rat" (Aratula ) at 8am, then on up to Cunningham's Gap for a very cold 5 deg start. We set off without delay trying to warm up. Rounded first bend toward west and into a chilling west wind.

Reaching North Peak at about 10 am, morning tea was had with Wanda, the Richards and Ken finding a lovely sunny position overlooking Leaning Peak whilst the rest of us tried to keep out of the exceptionally strong gusts that were very cold. After a quick 5 minute visit to the summit for the views we began our trek along Eagles Ridge with some of the best slab walking and stunning scenery. Murray compared the views of this part of Barney National Park with Tasmania's Western Arthurs and it was hard to disagree. The descent down Eagles Ridge was tricky in sections with Ken and Richard W finding an easier alternate route on the east slabs of Eagles than I have used in the past. This should be kept in mind for future hikes along this route. The saddle before Isolated Peak offers a quick descent but the group decision was to eat lunch on Isolated Peak and keep to the original plan. Ascending Isolated from this side is not easy to find but a new route was discovered that was fairly safe and easy to follow. After lunch, Isolated Peak was descended down the north ridge until the saddle with Tom's Tum was met. An easy descent down this saddle was discovered and followed and it only took 90 minutes to arrive back at the cars.

Cordeaux Thaw Us

This was a tremendous day walk with a very able group of hikers. Well done to them and thanks needs to be given to all who came for making the walk a great adventure. Dave Page 5 of 6

North and Isolated Peak Alternate View

13 June 2010

I walk with another club but taking up the offer on your website of visitors welcome I decided to visit. I like different trips, ones that have a little bit of exploration and a little challenging. The solo Mt Coot-tha full traverse is one of my more challenging trips but I don’t advertise it as I am fairly modest about my achievements. I contacted David to go on his North- Isolated Peak trip and he asked me to meet at Lower Portals carpark at 6.30AM Sunday morning. Every body duly arrived and was introduced around as they were gearing up.

could have hit me over the head with a cricket bat and it would have no effect. I think some sadist suggested as seeing we had come this far we may as well climb to the top of Isolated Peak. Some other sadist called David the Soul Destroyer led off and was trying to find a different route to the top via this overhanging cliff face. I thought to my self. UH,OH. What was wrong with the old route, it wasn't even worn out yet. Eventually we reached the top of Isolated Peak and hunted around for a lunch spot out of the freezing gale that the weather forecast did not mention. We should have dragged the weather forecaster with us and then he may take more care in his predictions. Lunch at 1.15pm. True to form David was started to fidget at 1.16 so we tied him to a tree until we were ready. Unfortunately he broke free 14min later and we were off again, heading down the ridge to Toms Tum. Isn't "Down" a lovely word. Doown or Dowwn. I could do Downs all day and not get bored, it is so relaxing. Where as " Up" which is a sharp, abrupt word does not have the same appeal. D-O-W-N. Think about it. At the Toms Tum saddle we had another choice. I thought OH, NO. The trouble with David's choices is that we can choose between the hard way or the impossible. Some choice.

North and Isolated Peak Walkers

Then something funny happened. David drew a line in the dirt across the road and everybody started hammering in their starting blocks. I thought to my self. UH,OH. BANG. And we were away, as I yelled out. Hang on, I haven't finished my coffee yet. They were not that far ahead as I could still see them, we followed the Portals track for a little way and then turned off to go cross country. I thought that's funny and questioned David why were going cross-country when we could have followed the track a little further and then followed the forestry road back towards North Ridge. HE duly replied that we can save 2min 35secs by going cross country. I thought to myself UH,OH. It was a cool day with some wind at ground level. Walking cross country I was tiring at this pace and sweating profusely. We still had not started to climb. As we climbed up North Ridge I could see the party up ahead in the distance, I was thinking seriously off turning back when I noticed them all sitting down so I persevered and eventually caught up looking forward to being able to get my breath. Just as I was sitting down, David and party jumps up and exclaims that we just wasted 1min 11 secs by stopping and we had better get going. I thought to myself. UH,OH. We wound our way up North Ridge and on to the rock. Pity I did not have the energy to enjoy it. Eventually getting to the top of North Peak at 10.10am. David announces that we are staying here till 10.30. And to all you atheists. See, there is a God. 20 min of glorious rest. As a walker I am not useless, it is just that the pace for my unfit body was relentless. At least it is down hill all the way now. I figured at the pace we were walking we could have climbed East Peak, West Peak, down Savages and back to the cars for a late lunch. And down we went, climbing down the rock slabs of North Peak was great fun. Mainly due to the fact I am at home on rock and some of the other walkers who raced up North Ridge were having difficulties. Revenge is sweet. We arrived at the saddle before Isolated and were giving a option as to which way we were going to go. At this stage you

We ended up going down the gully to the right down a interesting loose scree slope. Note the use of the word interesting, that can convey many images. This brought us out on to the flat, open bush at 3.15pm and leaving us 2.5km of open bush back to the cars. Arriving at the Lower Portals car park around 4pm. Now I hope you don't take my little story too seriously and I must thank all in the party for their patience and company and especially David Haliczer for a wonderfully led trip and enthusiasm. Queensland Bushies has a group of bushwalkers that they can be proud of. Name not revealed due to embarrassment.

Bellbird Grove and Camp Mountain

19 June2010

Five of us set off on the short circuit walk along the Turrbal and Golden Bolder track to warm up before ascending Camp Mountain.

Camp Mountain Walkers

We re-discovered the gold rush days and walked past abandoned gold diggings, some mine shafts and a reconstructed miner's hut. The recently erected signs on the historical walk were very informative about gold mining. The walk along the forestry road, mostly uphill to Camp Mountain was pleasant with tall eucalypts. The last 500m was a steeper gradient and we walked at a slower pace. The Camp Mountain picnic area was an ideal spot for lunch. We admired the views from the lookouts overlooking the City in the distance and Samford Valley. It was then downhill all the way back to the cars. A short drive to Walkabout Creek for refreshments beside the bird aviary was enjoyed by all. I would like to thank everyone for coming. Noelene

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