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Mundaring Weir - a bit of a loop
Time for a bit of a loop out from the pub and back. The route will be dependent on the weather and the amount of water in the creeks. With luck, we'll take in a little waterfall in the area. Total walk distance will be around 12km, and some of it may be off-track. ******* NUMBERS ARE LIMITED, YOUR RSVP IS IMPORTANT. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK THAT YOU HAVE A SPOT, using your chosen app or the website. If you're listed as attending on the day of a hike and fail to turn up, you'll be marked as a No Show, which will result in your removal from the group. See Numbers, RSVPs, Waiting Lists, Cancellations and No Shows (http://www.meetup.com/redtail-bushwalkers/pages/RSVPs%2C_Waiting_Lists%2C_Cancellations_and_No_Shows). RSVPs close 24 hours before the walk. If you see a place available after that time, you may Message the organiser via Meetup (no texts or emails) and ask to take it. ******* ⚑ Getting there Meet in the carpark behind the craft hall (opposite the pub) on Hall Rd. DO NOT TRUST the Meetup location map link. It is not always accurate and we're not able to change it. Instead, you can rely on this Google Map (https://drive.google.com/open?id=1X-EKcb5giyx-ONQQkmomQGC0OUA&usp=sharing). Please allow yourself plenty of travel time. It's about an hour from the Perth CBD. ⌚ Itinerary 8.45am - meet at the carpark 9.00am - best foot forward, we start walking Lunch - along the way 3.30ish - back at the carpark/pub 🗺 Walk map - is available from the Bibbulmun Track Foundation (https://www.bibbulmuntrack.org.au/shop/map-1-the-darling-range) ⛅ Weather forecast (local) Willyweather - Mundaring (https://www.willyweather.com.au/wa/perth/mundaring.html) ☎ Contact details Please leave a contact number with your RSVP, in case there's any late changes. Mike's is[masked]. Please note that reception is not guaranteed in the walk area, and we don't have time to check Comments on the day. You can find more info here Communicating with Members and Organisers (http://www.meetup.com/redtail-bushwalkers/pages/Communicating_with_Members_and_Organisers/). $ Donation $2.00 towards the Meetup website fees will be very much appreciated. (It is not a membership fee, nor does it cover insurance or any other liability. Walkers attend at their own risk.) ☛ See also Be Prepared - things a walker should know (http://www.meetup.com/redtail-bushwalkers/pages/Be_Prepared_-_things_a_walker_should_know)

Mundaring Weir Hotel

Mundaring Weir Road & Hall Rd · Perth

Respond by: 28/07/2018
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    What we're about

    Bushwalking is a winter activity in this part of Australia. The season runs from about April to October each year. We bushwalk regularly during those cooler months, sometimes overnight, or extended trips.

    We love the outdoors and bushwalking, but it's the company that makes this group what it is.

    Our ages at the moment range from late 20s to late 50s and beyond. This group is not suitable for young kids, however young people over about 12 who can manage the walks are very welcome.

    Walkers should have "a reasonable level of walking fitness, and able to walk a minimum of 15km over variable terrain in a total of 4-5 hours (in the cooler months)".

    We limit numbers on walks. For a full explanation, please see our page Numbers and RSVPs. (http://www.meetup.com/redtail-bushwalkers/pages/RSVPs%2C_Waiting_Lists%2C_Cancellations_and_No_Shows/)

    We enjoy a cold beer and good discussion at the end of a day out, almost as much as being out there in nature.

    If you're into the natural world, science, flora, fauna, or just simply enjoying the bush, then this may be the group for you.

    Looking forward to meeting you!

    * We're named after the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo, specifically the local subspecies Calyptorhynchus banksii naso.

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