This is the club’s first overnight trip, and what better way to start it than in Canberra’s own Nmadgi National Park?
You will need to sign up for this trip, as spaces are limited to the first 20 people to sign up on the spreadsheet below. If you don’t make the 20-person limit, put your name below, as this will be a ‘waiting list’ for anyone who pulls out.
The club can supply you with gear, but you need to list this on the spreadsheet.
This trip will be a 2-day, 1-night trip where you hike from the Honeysuckle campground to Booroomba and camp at the campground here (Boorooma). Then returning the same way back to the Honeysuckle campground the following day.
The trip rating on AllTrails is moderate, but we think most beginners (with moderate physical abilities) can participate.
The walk to Booroomba Rocks is a breathtaking hike in Namadgi National Park. You can start your trek from the Honeysuckle Campground, which is well-equipped for an overnight stay.
The trail takes you through towering forests and up to the massive granite cliffs. Although there are some steep sections, the stunning views from the top make it well worth the effort. Many consider these to be the best views from the Brindabella Ranges.
All the additional details, including the map, can be found on the AllTrails site below.