Other Resources

Last updated: 27Aug17

You’ll find a wealth of information in the pages listed below:
2014-2016 Walk Destinations
AAWT – Australian Alps Walking Track
ACT Border Markers
….. ACT Border Map
….. Johnston Line
….. Mouat Line
….. Sheaffe Line
….. Notes of Interest
….. Contributing Walks
….. Reference Blaze Trees
….. ACT Border Walk
ACT High Hills
….. ACT Trigs
….. The ACT’s Percys
….. Mt Gingera
Armchair Bushwalking
Blogging Techniques
Bushwalking Clubs
Canberra Nature Park
….. Garmin Oregon 650 GPSr
….. GPS 101: An Introduction to Effective Use of Your GPS
Grading of walks
High Country Huts
ICE (In Case of Emergency) | 000
Leading a Walk
Local Names
Map of Walks 1-300
Map Reading and Navigation
Murray Dow Walk Articles
Namadgi Footpads
NSW nearby High Hills
OziExplorer Tips and Tricks
Paddling the Murray and Murrumbidgee Rivers
Planning a Walk
Points of Interest

68 blaze,  AD16 blaze,  Alexander Brayshaw’s 1879 Hut site,  Alexander Brayshaw’s 1883 Hut site,  Ashbrook (John Stauntons) site,  Austin A40 ski tow at Mt Franklin,  Baby Crawford plaque,  Banks Hut (aka Max and Berts (Oldfield) Hut),  Bendora Hut,  Bill Ginns Hut site,  Birrigai Time Trail multiple sites – Maxwells, Greens, Tennis Courts, Gibraltar School, Birrigai Rock Shelter, Scientific Grazing Plot, Blue Range Hut,  Blythburn Cottage,  Boboyan Homestead sites,  Bogong Creek Bridge and boardwalk,  Bogong Creek Bridge site,  Bog Hut site,  Border Marker A42 Survey Blaze and Basalt site,  Brandy Flat Hut,  Brayshaws Hut,  Bridle track (footpad) to Rendezvous Creek,  18 Brindabella weirs – Blue Range, Blundells (Tinkers Creek), Bulls Head, Bushranger, Condor Creek, Cpt 97, Cpt 99, Ferny, Greens, Honeysuckle Creek, Howells, Lees Creek, Marshalls, Pago, Piccadilly, Sunny Corner, Uriarra, Warks,  Brumby Yards (site 11), Bulls Head Fire Tower site,  Burnt Camp site,  Bushfold Flats Shed site (Russ and Muriel Read’s 1957 Hut site),  Bushfold Hut (rebuilt),  Bushfold Shearing shed/Read’s 1-stand shed,  Bushfold Sheep yard adjacent to Bushfold Hut,  Bushfold Sheep yard near Bushfold Hut,  Bushfold Covered Sheep Pen (‘Bushford’ site),  Calvary,  Chalkers Chimney,  Chalkers Hut site,  Chalkers Stockyard site,  Camellia Garden near Hurdle Creek,  Church Rock Heritage Loop multiple sites – Sid and Annie Flint’s Milking Yard, Sid Flint’s Pine Trees, Pine Windbreak, Flints Homestead, Sheedy’s Home Site, Church Rock Valley School, Old Tidbinbilla Road, Dallender’s Spring and Old Vegetable Patch, Church Rock, Old Vegetable Patch, Concrete ford under Orroral River,  Condor Hut,  Cotter Hut,  Crawford Homestead (Old Station) and orchard plantings,  Crawford-Perry Hut site,  David Brayshaws cairn,  DD Survey blaze at NSW border on Maurice Luton fire trail, Demandering Hut,  Drop log fencing on the Boboyan Divide,  Dry-stone walls above Glendale Crossing,  Dugarvon,  Duncan McKeahnies 1884 Hut site,  Dunns Hut c1910 site,  Dwyers Hut site,  Edward Brayshaws Hut site,  Edward Brayshaws Hut site/Sam Abouds Dunny and Hut site,  Eucalyptus oil distillery – Hurdle Creek,  Fishloch Yards,  Flying Fox site over Gudgenby River,  Flying Fox site over Orroral River,  Footpad to Rendezvous Creek,  Foresters Hut,  Fork Fencing on Sheep Station Creek,  Frank and Jacks Dip,  Frank and Jacks Hut,  Frank and Jacks Original Hut site,  Gauging station at confluence of Stockyard Creek and Cotter River,  Geodetic Observatory,  Gibraltar Homestead site,  Gipps House complex site,  Glenburn/Burbong historical precinct multiple sites – Glenburn Shearers Quarters and Shearing Shed, Colverwell Graves, Glenburn Hayshed and Yards Ruins, Glenburn Homestead, Site of Kowen Public School and Charcoal Kilns, Glenburn Sheep Yards and Dip Ruins, Glenburn Hayshed remains, Site of Kowen Copper Mine, Ruins of Colliers Homestead, Ruins of Curleys Hut, Ruins of John Coppins Homestead, Argyle Ruins,  Glendale amenities block,  Grassy Creek Sheepyards,  Gudgenby cultivation patch,  Gudgenby Footbridge to Ready-Cut Cottage,  Gudgenby Homestead,  Gudgenby Homestead sheds,  Gudgenby old fencing supports,  Gudgenby small stone wall,  Gudgenby Stockyards,  Hines Hut site,  Honeysuckle hayshed site,  Honeysuckle Hut (Dan McMahons) and Stockyard site,  Horse Gully Hut,  Hospital Creek Hut,  Jack Rustins Hut site,  James Brayshaws Hut site,  Jim Andersons shower site,  Jim Westermans Hut site,  John Brayshaws 2 Huts site,  John Owens Tidbinbilla Homestead site,  Joseph Greenfields or T Brayshaws Hut site,  Landing ground near Rendezvous Creek,  Laurel Camp site,  Lees Creek Camp and Nursery site,  Lone Pine Homestead,  Lone Pine Homestead mixed exotics,  Lutons Crutching Shed,  Lyrebird Observation Hut site,  Martin McMahons post 1902 Hut site/Bushfold Hut remains,  Michael Herbert memorial,  Middle Creek bridge,  Middle Creek Yards site,  Mrs Mathesons grave site,  Mt Clear Homestead site,  Mt Clear water tank,  Mt Franklin ski chalet site/information shelter,  Mt Franklin Road 7½ Mile survey blaze,  Mt McDonald fire tower,  Mulligans Flat School site,  Mulligans Flat shearing shed,  Naas Creek 2 bridges site,  Naas Creek fork fencing,  Naas Creek valley timber bridges,  Naas ford,  Naas windmill,  Nil Desperandum,  Norman and Esma Curtis House site,  NSW Portion Survey reference tree,  Old Boboyan Rd (South) Unnamed Hit site,  Old Koala Enclosure,  Oldfields Homestead site,  Orroral Cattleyards and ploughed paddock,  Orroral Homestead,  Orroral Homestead – old site,  Orroral Homestead – new site (Gregorys),  Orroral Hut (upper valley) site,  Orroral loading pen and cattle ramp,  Orroral Picnic Ground –  Tank Stand site, Amenities Block, Weir and Flow Meter,  Orroral River Footbridge site,  Orroral Tracking Station Sewerage Ponds,  Orroral Valley stockyard (upper) site,  Orroral Valley stockyard (mid) site,  Orroral Valley stockyard (lower) site,  Orroral Woolshed precinct,  Paddy Moores Hut site,  Paddy Smiths Hut site,  Patrick McLaughlins Hut (mid Orroral valley) site,  Pierce Hill Communications Tower,  Pierces Creek Forest Unnamed Hut site,  Potters Chimney,  Pryors Hut,  Radio transmitter tower on Tidbinbilla Ridge,  Rayners Saw Mill site,  Ready-Cut Cottage,  Reedy Creek Hut site,  Reg Brayshaws Hut site,  Rendezvous Creek Walk – 2 Bridges and bush furniture,  Richard Brayshaws Hut site,  Richard Moores Cottage site,  Rock Valley Homestead,  Rowleys Orroral Hut site,  Rowleys Rendezvous Creek Hut site,  Rowleys Rendezvous Creek Stockyards and Robinia Grove,  Sam Abouds Dunny and Hut site/Edward Brayshaws Hut site,  Sam Abouds Stock Pen,  Sediment control structures ‘Fall-downs’,  Shed by Naas River site,  Sherwood historic site,  Sinclairs Hut site (near Frank and Jacks), Sinclairs Hut and well site,  Slalom Hut site,  Space Antennae site,  Stockyard Arboretum Hut site,  Stockyard site beside Mt Tennent Fire Trail Stockyard between Demandering Hut and Horse Gully Hut site,  Stockyard site East of Smokers Trail – Northern,  Stockyard near Horse Gully Hut site,  Stockyard overlooking Bulls Flat Creek,  Survey blaze X43,  Survey mark above Bulls Flat Fire Trail,  Tanks above Orroral Tracking Station,  Tennent Homestead site,  The House that Jack Built site,  Thomas Brayshaws Hut site,  Tidbinbilla Warning Siren,  Tin Dish School site,  Tom Rolleys Hut site,  Tongs Sheepyard site,  Waterhole Hut,  Waterhole Hut horse holding yards site,  Waterhole Stockyards,  Weather station – Cotter Hut Rd,  Weather station – Mt Franklin Rd,  Weather station – Naas Creek valley,  Weir on Hurdle Creek,  Westerman Graves,  Westermans Homestead,  Westermans sheep dip,  Woolshed and Yards near southern ACT border site,  Yards above Grassy Creek Fire Trail site,  Yards beside Old Boboyan Road site,  Yards near Cotter Hut site,  Yards on Stockyard Spur site.

Points of Interest in nearby NSW
Brindabella Mountain fire tower in tree site, Bulls Head forestry settlement dump, Coree Hut, Mt Blundell Prospect, Old ‘Little Ginini’ ski run, Stockyard Gap Ski Hut site, Yards by Sams Creek Fire Trail, Yards near Mt Ginini

Reference Material
Sites of Significance in the ACT
SIX Maps
Social Media Connections
Tuesday Walks
Walking Areas
Waterfalls in the ACT – Bogong Creek, Coree Creek (multiple), Cotter River, Gibraltar Creek, upper Ginini, Ginini, Pierces Creek, Punch Bowl Creek, Stockyard Creek (multiple), Swamp Creek
Wednesday Walks
Worn Boot Bash

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... bushwalking in the ACT and nearby NSW. I began my love affair with the ACT bush in 2004 after completing the Canberra Bushwalking Club's annual Navigation Refresher. Seven sessions of navigation and bushcraft shared by living legends had me hooked. It's grown from a passion to an obsession. With other responsibilities it's hard to get away overnight, so I usually only day walk. I like gadgets and technobabble. Information on this blog is shared in the hope that it might encourage others to get out and breathe a bit of fresh air.
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