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|Subject:||COG outing tomorrow|
|From:||Sue Lashko <>|
|Date:||Fri, 18 Jul 2014 17:05:09 +1000|
Just a reminder that this weekend's COG outing is tomorrow, Saturday, rather than the usual Sunday. It is another in our series of Gungahlin explorations. Details below.
Saturday 19 July – Percival Hill and Ginninderra Creek
Meet at 9.00 am for a guided walk on Percival Hill and surrounds. People coming from the south should enter Gundaroo Drive from the Barton Highway. In about 500m you come to the Crace roundabout. Go through the roundabout and IMMEDIATELY mount the kerb to the left before you reach the information sign. Go down the dirt track and stop near the little concrete bunker just ahead of you. (Coming from the north on Gundaroo Drive, go round Crace roundabout and do the same thing.) If you prefer to park in Crace, it’s only a short walk back across Gundaroo Drive.
We will walk around the forested areas of the hill and descend to Gungahlin Pond, cross the dam wall and return to the cars along Ginninderra Creek. If time and inclination permit, we could make a short detour to Gungahlin Pond if there are interesting water birds. There’s a good new coffee shop in Crace.
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