Namadgi National Park

Settlers Trail – Namadgi

  This walk explores the 19th century settler history, centred around the huts and farms of the Brayshaw and Westerman families. There will be ample opportunity to explore the huts and yards that show the way people lived and worked into the early 20th century.   It is a moderate


Sentry Box

The Geehi Bush walking Club is planning a 14 km round trip walk to the Sentry Box rock north of Cooma on the ACT border on Sunday 17 October 2021. Subject to Covid directives, the plan is to meet at the Cooma North Shops for a briefing and carpooling, then


Namadgi – Settlers Trail

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


Mt Clear Mountain Bike Ride

Activity: - Mountain Bike Leader: - John Hutton Grade: - Medium (Ride will be along uneven tracks and will involve a climb and descent of approx. 400m.) Distance: - approx. 15 to 20 Km Meeting Point: - To Be Advised. (Participants will share transport from the meeting point to the