Johnny Boy’s blog site by John Evans, Canberra Australia. John has a lot of useful stuff mainly for ACT. His information on walking and using a GPS are invaluable. He showed me how to get trip data onto topographic maps
Exploring the Jagungal Wilderness : A bushwalkers guide to Kosciuszko National Park by Robert Green The link is a sample pdf of the book that gives you a sample of some of its text and maps and information on where to buy the book is This book was published in late 2015 providing useful insights & information about the eastern 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 & Davey’s 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, OKeefe’s Hut & near Tin Hut. In preparing for the book I took Robert for a walk across to the old Constance Hut site then up past Reid’s Hut site to the top then the Porcupine then to Tin Hut. I then showed him the right way from Mawson’s Hut to the route down to Kidman’s Hut and back to the Gungarlin River.