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Volunteers help maintain remote walking tracks in the Budawangs

The Shoalhaven Bushwalkers and Canberra Bushwalking Club members and National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) staff cleared overgrown sections of a remote yet popular walking track in Morton National Park last month. Twelve volunteers and five NPWS staff members took part in clearing the walking track between Mount Bibbenluke and The Vines in the Budawang Wilderness Area. NPWS Ranger for the Shoalhaven Area, Rob Perry said the dedication and commitment of the volunteers is extraordinary. “The activity occurred over a three-day period and required participants to have an elevated level of fitness to carry overnight packs, camping and cooking supplies,” Mr Perry said. “We enjoyed superb views of Mount Tarn, Mount Haughton and Sturgiss Mountain, as well as each other’s company, and I thank everyone for their great work,” he said.

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