Namadgi NP – Rendezvous Creek

Sun 03 March 2024 07:30am

Marcus Hellyer

Description: This is a beautiful walk through a range of habitats in Namadgi – bubbling mountain brooks, open grassland and woodland. There are records of some of the more unusual honeyeaters for our region: Fuscous, Crescent and Brown-headed. There are also Flame Robins and Scarlet Robins, the chance of a Wedge-tailed Eagle and Lia saw a Swamp Harrier here last September.

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Meeting time and place: 7.30 am at Isabella Plains Supabarn for carpooling. Rendezvous Creek car park is quite small and won’t fit a lot of cars. It is a further 35 min / 40km drive from the meeting spot so please be punctual.

Walking distance: 3.2 km

Degree of difficulty: Easy/medium (can be a bit wet in patches if it’s been raining).

End time (approx.): 11am. If we finish at Rendezvous Creek early we can have a look around the Glendale Depot and Gudgenby River, which is just back up the road a little.

What to bring: Water, morning tea, hat, sunscreen.

Registration: Participants must register with the leader at least 24 hours before the start of the field trip, providing their name and mobile number, and the name and mobile number of an emergency contact;

Numbers limited: No

Name of leader and contact details: Marcus Hellyer (0418 264 868 /


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