Capertee Valley NSW & new national park

Subject: Capertee Valley NSW & new national park
From: "Tony Keene" <>
Date: Fri, 29 Apr 2011 13:57:37 +0000
Hi all,

 It looks like we're returning to the UK at the end of August and I was really 
hoping to get to my 500th lifer by the time we leave. I'm currently on 491 (or 
490 depending on where you stand on the Great Egret split), but limited to 
Sydney public transport. I've been to a lot of the usual sites by train, ferry 
and bus (Manly, Bicentennial and Centennial Park, odd bits of Kuring-gai Chase 
and the Royal National Park, etc), but I'm running out of ideas.
 I've made a list of the (native) species I've seen here: so any suggestion for 
sites accessible by public transport are very welcome! Countrylink stations are 
out as they're rather expensive to get to.
 Awkward, I know...


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