Join us for a day of reflection as we leave the bustle of the city to walk and connect with Country in the Ku-Ring-Gai National Park.
This outing will take place the day before “Australia/Invasion Day” – the purpose of the day will not be to celebrate but rather contemplate and appreciate the land we inhabit yet was never ceded.
It will be a leave no trace event, waste free snacks will be provided you will just need to bring your own lunch. We appreciate any effort to make this a zero waste day.
50% of tickets sales will be donated to Half Cut, an organisation who is buying back parts of the Daintree Rainforest, handing it back to the Traditional Owners – The Eastern Kuku Yalanji people (Bama) – and assisting with regeneration.
$2.50 protects 1m2 of Rainforest. Read more here: https://go.halfcut.org/aboutha…
- 9:30am Meet at The North Spoon Cafe (near North Sydney Train Station) to grab coffees and assemble carpools.
- 10:30am Departure, drive to Elvina Trailhead, Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park
- Walk Elvina Trail
- Lunch at Elvina Waterfalls/Lovett Bay Rockpool
- Walk back along Elvina Trail via Aboriginal Engraving Site
- Drive home
About the Walk
The Elvina Trail is a 5.3-km loop trail near Ku-Ring-Gai Chase, New South Wales. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 1 h 35 min to complete.
A lovely and scenic walk in the Ku-Ring-Gai National Park that leads you from West Head Road along the Elvina Trail and down to the little settlement of Elvina.
This is a relaxed walk with a bit of elevation found along the way but is well worth it, The views of Pittwater and Scotland island are fantastic and checking out the small town is also a great reason to pop down.
Read more here: https://www.alltrails.com/trai…