Explore The Tracks of Abercrombie River National Park
Abercrombie River National Park is located 60km North of Goulburn. The park preserves the largest remaining intact patch of low open forest in the south-west central tablelands area. Casuarinas stand beside deep waterholes on the park’s three main waterways. We will transit to the park via Goulburn/Abercrombie road and enter the park via Felled Timber road and Brass Walls fire trail. Once inside the park we will travel the various tracks Saturday afternoon and either camp at Silent Creek or at Bummaroo Ford. On Sunday we will re-drive the tracks and lunch at one of the river sites. After lunch we will have a leisurely drive back to Canberra. This is a easy trip with only a couple of sections that will require definitive picking of the line. This is an excellent bedding in for new members.
Trip leader became ill due to Sinus, throat and chest infection. Tripe leader had to be escorted home by Sen. Waruni Any and Bronwyn. rest of trip completed by joint effort from all well done.