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Bulls Head, Brindabellas, ACT

These pictures were taken by ACTEW staff and I over the 29th-31st May 2000. During this period the Brindabellas experienced some of the heaviest snow falls ever. On Sunday 28th May snow covered much of the ACT and the surrounding regions.The following page offers a selection of pictures taken using a Kodak DC240 digital camera.

Pictures from 29th-31st May 2000

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Exploring the Jagungal Wilderness : A bushwalkers guide to Kosciuszko National Park by Robert Green

This book was published in late 2015 providing useful insights & information about the Green Bookeastern part of the Jagungal wilderness area of the park. It covers the area from Tin Hut in the south to Mackays Hut in the north & Daveys Hut in the east. It is generally east of the AAWT along the Valentine & Grey Mare Trails. It covers many of the tracks & routes I have walked since 1990 and Robert has drawn on some of my information as well as those of the older horsemen and graziers. It should be emphasised the area is rugged & on the Great Divide and associated ranges like the Kerries and Mt Jagungal it can get to 2000m of higher. Conditions can change rapidly and walkers need to be properly equipped. Mobile phone reception is poor although there is some reception from Mt Jagungal, OKeefes Hut & near Tin Hut.

Information on where to buy the book is in the attached pdf document with some samples from the book.



Other Items and Links

Melba Shed

Links to Bushwalking and Hut Sites.

Kosciuszko Huts Association site

High Country Huts Association

Peter Sundstrom's Hut Site

Gary Duncan's Huts Site

Bushwalking in the Canberra Area

Canberra Bushwalking Club site

Brindabella Bushwalking Club

ACT Walking for Pleasure

John Evans Bushwalking Blog

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