Details

Date: 13 Feb 2022
Capacity: 20 (15 remaining)
Walk Leader Name: Frank Freeman
Grading: Blue Medium
Phone Number: 0427 655 514
Email: frank_fr@bigpond.net.au
Amount($): 5.00 (Pay leader on the day)
Time: 08:00 AM
Where: 1069 Binna Burra Road , Beechmont , Qld , 4211 , Australia
Type:

Coomera River Circuit 2022

Description: The Coomera River Circuit is a picturesque on-track walk passing through rainforest and giant brush box forest.  A lookout platform provides excellent views of the 160m gorge and the Coomera Falls; a great spot for morning tea.  The track then follows the river upstream through the rainforest, crossing the river several times allowing views of waterfalls and hopefully, lamington crays, before re-joining the Border track for the trek back to Binna Burra and a cup of coffee.  Rock-hopping is necessary at the river crossings with the possibility of wet feet.

This activity will be conducted in keeping with the Queensland Government’s Covid-19 directions at the time of the activity. Please do not attend this activity if you have been feeling unwell with Covid-19 related symptoms in the 7 day period before this activity.

Please register for this activity via the NPAQ website completing all fields.

Walk Grading: Blue (Intermediate) 18-19 km including some rock-hopping at river crossings – requires a moderate level of fitness.

Meet: Binna Burra Carpark near the Teahouse at 8.00am for an 8.15am start.

What to Bring: Hat, light jacket, rain gear (just in case), torch, hand sanitizer, insect repellent (leeches), whistle, 2+ litres of water, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea, positive outlook, $5.00 NPAQ Fee

Directions: From Brisbane, travel south along the M1 to Nerang.  Travel through Nerang following the road signs to Binna Burra.  Allow 1 ¾ to 2 hours.  Carpooling is encouraged.

Nominations: NPAQ Website.

Leader: Frank Freeman. Mobile: 0427 655 514 Fax: 07 3824 3954; Email: frank_fr@bigpond.net.au

 

Register for this event

A separate registration must be completed for each adult attending