Lowlands - 3 to 13 October


Up Date

For those registered to take the Great Walk bus to the Touchwood- Nannup walk, we would like you to be at Pinakarri Community, 4 Bottrill Street, Hamilton Hill, no later than 7:20 am Monday. Driver Kevin wants to be on the way by 8 am, and we will need to load the trailer beforehand.


October Walk,  3  -13  October -School Holidays




The preparation for the October  Touchwood, Lowlands -Nannup walk is progressing well. Kim whose property Touchwood we will be staying at has organised an exciting series of walks around the area. We will be walking in the majestic Karri forest and exploring  the rugged coastline around Lowlands. For the more adventurous we will also plan an over nightwalk - walk in with back backs and spend a night in a remoter area.  This walk will also celebrate Kim and Mary relationship's as they meet 20 years ago on a great walk. On Saturdayof the 8 October  we will move to the great walk block " The Tribal Grounds" in Nannup. This will be a chance for the walk to reconnect with the property and do some much needed jobs . Can everyone please bring down building, painting,  cleaning and gardening tools equipment and supplies. After the busy bee we will explore some of the wonderful forest around Nannup and Donnelly River. Because of the limited camping and parking space at Touchwood participants to limited to 50 people - to be assured of a place get in early. Earl bird registration finishes 20 September.

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October-Touchwood walk




The next walk will be during the October Holidays and will commence at Kim and Mary property in Lowlands, Denmark. We will spend 5 days camped at the property and enjoying walks in the forests and coast around Denmark. We will also help Kim and Mary celebrate the many years they have had together as partners. Then on Sat 8 October the camp will mover to the Great Walk  tribal grounds  at Nannup. We will have a weekend busy bee at the grounds -Ian Mott will be suggesting jobs we can all do down there. We will then have Monday and Tuesday to explore and walk some to the country around the ground and packing up on Thursday 13 October. The cost will be around $20-25 a day and numbers will be strictly limited to 50 people. Registration and more info will be mailed out shortley

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