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Bushwalking is potentially hazardous, particularly in some of the areas described in this website. It is not possible to remove all risk from outdoor activities, and if you go bushwalking you need to take responsibility for yourself. Illness, injury or death can result from outdoor activities even when all possible precautions are taken.

Information on this website is provided in good faith, but should not be considered to describe all possible risks, nor all possible actions you can take to avoid risk. I accept no responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of this material for your particular purposes. I recommend that users exercise their own skill and care with respect to the use of information within this website. Users should make their own judgments about the activities they undertake, and not rely on this website (or any other information) to ensure the safety of themselves or other people.

You should ensure that you read our Safety pages. If you're not satisfied that you can take responsibility for yourself after that, then keep reading some of the safety links...and links from those pages......and so on. You should use as many resources as you like in order to satisfy yourself about precautions you should reasonably take while undertaking any activity described. In fact keep reading (rather than going bushwalking) until you are satisfied.

Links to other websites, or any listings of people or organisations, have been included for your convenience and do not constitute endorsement of material at those sites, or any associated organisation, product or service. The material on this site may also include views or recommendations of third parties, which do not necessarily reflect the views of the website owner, or indicate their commitment to a particular course of action.

Apart from all that you can rely on us implicitly!


All material on this website is Copyright Mark Hanna 2003-2008. You are welcome to use any walk descriptions for your own purposes. You can print stuff out and use it to help when walking, but please do not pass it off as your own. That'd be rude!