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2023 Chambers Gully - Cleland CP 

A very varied and interesting walk, the A2 group led by Anthea that had everything, rain, sun, dingoes, rock wallabies, fungi and more roos. The A2 group fortunately were safely stationed under the shelter having coffee and cake when the really heavy rain came, the A3 group led by Yvonne were not so fortunate.

2023 Waitpinga - Newland Head CP

Walkers at Waitpinga on a beautiful sunny day. A testing but very enjoyable walk, stunning cliff top views. A3 group led by Monica and the A2 group led by Maura. All were rewarded by an incredible selection of cakes at the end of the walk.


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June 2019 Ireland

One of the most exciting, memorable and rare overseas trips that we have done with approximately 20 members in the group. We completed an 18 day walking tour from Ballymena to Galway.

Oct/Nov 2018 Kangaroo
Staying at the Western KI Caravan and Wildlife Reserve. Our group of 24 members had a glorious time as we completed
61km of the Kangaroo Island Wilderness Trail over 5 days.

2017 Warren Conservation Park

This typical Saturday morning walk in September 2017 (near Kersbrook, lead by Peter W) is a small sample of some of the beautiful walks that surround the city of Adelaide.

2015 Walk the Yorke Weekend

Approximately 30 Walkers ventured to the Yorke Peninsula in May 2015 for a weekend of walking various sections of “Walk the Yorke”.

We hiked along the coastal track at Stansbury and up the cliffs. The views from the top of the cliffs were spectacular looking towards Port Giles and the huge wind farm at Edithburgh. 

2016 Penola Weekend

One of the most memorable weekends away. Wonderful venue and hosts (Vic and Maura) great walks, local history, food and wine. 

2015 Heysen Trail

The Heysen Trail passes through some of South Australia’s most diverse and breathtaking landscapes traversing coastal areas, native bushland, rugged gorges, pine forests and vineyards, as well as rich farmland and historic towns. The Skyliners started the trail at Cape Jervis on 10/8/2003 and three Skyliners completed the trail in 2015. 

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