Walk back in time along the Settlers Track to experience huts, homesteads and other historic sites from the 19th and 20th centuries. The Namadgi area was first settled by Europeans in the mid 1830s. Early settlers included Flora and William Brayshaw, who married in 1844 and raised a family of
Activity: - Bush Walk and Camping Date: - Good Friday 19th to Easter Sunday 21 April 2019. Leader: - Frank Bakker Grade: - Medium – Hard (walk will be on well-formed track half of the way and approximately half off track.) Distance: - approx. 18 Km each way in to
Due to bad weather, Trip Leader John Hutton and 4 Geehi members walked to the headwaters of the Snowy River instead of Club Lake.
Kosciuzsko Huts Association and NPWS have advised they will be having a working party training day soon, at Mackay's Hut. Our trip will be re-scheduled to suit, Date to be confirmed. Travel out to Our Hosted hut. Mackays (or Tibudeos) hut is one that Geehi Bushwalking Club is the caretaker
Burrungubugge River Walk report – Peter H Davis, Leader The Geehi Bushwalking Club’s April 22nd 2018 walk was to the remote Burrungubugge area east of the Jugungal Wilderness.
Investigate the site of the old Burrungubuggee Hut, Snowy Adit reclamation site and Burrungubugge River Aqueduct - led by Peter Davis This easy day walk visits a fascinating but little known piece of the early Snowy Scheme infrastructure. The Burrungubuggee River Aqueduct was constructed some 52 years ago. It is
Sunday 11th January 1998 Geehi’s head to Pedens and Townsend Hut, near Tantangara Dam