🍁🍂April 18th: Sunrise Hike at Bouddi Coastal Track

Awaken your senses on an early morning hike with the sunrise. This 6km return trail follows putty beach to maitland bay. Boasting beaches, boardwalks and birdlife, it’s known as one of the most beautiful Central Coast walks.

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🍁🍂 May 2nd: Red Gum Trail

Meander through majestic red gum forest backed by water views on the Red Gum Trail. It’s an easy walk along the sandy track and you’ll see a fascinating array of coastal vegetation. There are old man banksia trees and, of course, large Sydney red gums, with their impressive branches twisting towards the light.

And don’t miss the Red Gum trail lookout – it offers far-reaching views of the mountains, as well as Toukley and Tuggerah Lake.

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🍁🍂 May 7th-9th: Nature Autumn Retreat, Leura

Are you ready to re-enter the wild? This is an invitation to immerse yourself into nature. Wander with new eyes and immerse yourself in the wildness. This is an opportunity to allow the tendrils of wildness to re-enter you after our period of confinement in isolation. Allow yourself permission to be filled with awe again.

Think beautiful accomodation with delicious vegetarian meals, inhouse kundalini yoga session, Japanese hot pools, facilitated women's circle and nature connection activities and of course some spectacular daily hiking trails.

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🍁🍂 May 16th: Box Head Picnic and Hike

Amble along the park’s most southern ridge, taking in breathtaking water views over the Tasman Sea and Hawkesbury River as you go.

We will follow the stunning flower flannel walk and indulge our senses with a fully catered luxury picnic set up with a variety of grazing platters and cold drinks along the way.

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🍁🍂 May 23rd: Kariong Brook Falls

Central Coast Women's Hiking Circle will take in the stunning scenery of this small romantic waterhole beneath Kariong Brook Waterfall boasting surrounding rock ledges which make great picnic spots.

The swimming hole is nestled in a lush rainforest environment in a secluded area, surrounded by abundant flora and fauna.

As part of the Great North Walk this is a well marked area. Enclosed by the waterfall’s dark pyramid-shaped cliff face and verdant rainforest, temperatures remain cool year round – which makes a dip in the water unbelievably refreshing!

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🌿Looking forward to seeing you all out in nature.


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