After conquering the wilds of the Blue Mountains, the next day walk for the Cartophiles is an urban stroll exploring some of the foreshore between North Sydney Station and Cremorne Point. The walk is along footpaths beside roads that link parkland reserves with majestic views of Sydney Harbour.

Starting from the North Sydney Station we’ll follow High Street to Anderson Park, then past May Gibbs’ Nutcote House to the Kurraba Point Reserve.  From there we walk around Mosman Bay to the Cremorne Reserve foreshore walk past Maccallum Pool, Robertsons Point Lookout and the ‘Elephant’s Ear’ garden to the Hodgson Ave steps, before returning to the Milsons Point station via Careening Cove, Lady Gowrie lookout and Dr Mary Booth lookout.

The easy 12km circuit should take about 4 hours, including lunch.  There are a several places to grab a drink or a bite to eat (and public toilets) along the way.

We’ll meet at 9.35am on Saturday, 23rd June, on Blue Street outside the North Sydney Station. The 9.02am train from Wahroonga will get you there in time.

Gert the flyer 2018 Walk 6 (Cremorne Point) flyer

To register for the walk, or to get more information, contact Kit Craig at cartophiles@stjohnswahroonga.org
or on 0411 507 422.