Holiday before retirement, exploring the Warrumbungle mountains & onwards to Red Rock
Kath provides an update: “We have spent three days exploring this amazing ancient bit of landscape, on many walking trails through the beautiful Warrumbungles”. The name ‘Warrumbungle’ is believed to mean ‘crooked mountains’. This is an appropriate name describing the distinctive jagged skyline of the Warrumbungles, with its domes and spires separated by forested ridges and deep gorges and surrounded by plains and tablelands. The Breadknife and Grand High Tops walk is the jewel in the glistening crown and is must do for bush walkers who love a challenge with their scenery. The track follows Spirey Creek before climbing steeply to give close encounters with iconic formations such as Belougery Spire, Bress Peak and Crater Bluff.
As a matter of interest, the Breadknife is a volcanic dyke approximately 90 metres high and 4 m wide, thus the name. It is a 12.9 Km walk.
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Lekshe Losal in Building mood, transforming an old caravan into her new house
Ken B., Mollymook Beach Waterfront: Editor for Mollymook News and Destination Mollymook Milton Ulladulla