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Ms_Mudd wrote:Great photos and info!
I did a day walk week before last from the same grassy carpark you mention at Pipers Crossing/Robinsons Crossing, had lunch at Brambles Green and back. Have to say your photos of Brambles Green seem much 'drier' than when I was there, it had rained the week before and I walked through a whole lotta water that day, was fun. I found the only dry spot at Brambles (lots of ground water) and enjoyed the view over lunch.
I am wondering whether you and your partner encountered any 'undesirables' during your walks up there? I found I was a bit on edge for my day walk there as there was road access reasonably nearby to wherever I was. Walking up here at home, once I head off, there is no road access so the only people I see (rarely!) are other walkers.
I was just popping out of the bush where my car was parked at the end of the day and was wolf-whistled and heckled by a 4wd full of men. I was SO pleased I could see my car and get to it. They drove on after slowing down to harass me, but still, the encounter unsettled me.
I am keen to do some more walks there as I want to do as much of the Tops to Myall Trail that is still do-able and I also enjoyed no hills- although your beach walk sounded hardcore! Just didn't know if my sense of unease about walking around
there is reality or just tainted by my negative encounter. Seems you have spent a bit more time there and in a busier time of year too, so would be keen to hear your impressions.
Mon 23 Sep, 2019 9:31 am
Ant71 wrote:Hi just wondering if anyone knows how far it is from pipers crossing to Brambles Greenthanks
Thu 05 Dec, 2019 4:35 pm
Ms_Mudd wrote:Well, I answered my own question- have overnighted twice this Winter so far as well as some daywalks. Haven;t had another dodgy encounter.
Either no-one is on the trails and campsites (other than road accessible ones) or just small groups of school kids canoeing /walking.
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