Friday, 19 September 2014 - Tuesday, 23 September 2014
Participants:  
Adam, Adrian, Anton, Brandon, Brendan, Bright, Danny, Derek, James, Jason, Josephine, Leia, Martin, Nanway, Nelson, Patrick1, Patrick2, Saroop, Sinclair, Steve, Steven, Tony

The Budawangs is home to some of the best Bushwalking in NSW. This particular Bushwalk from West to East or vice-versa is a Mega-classic offering humungously diverse and spectacular scenery and bushwalking. It is home to iconic features like The Castle, Monolith Valley, Seven Gods Pinnacles, Corang Arch, Burrumbeet Brook and more.

The level of interest amongst the boys was excellent with 16 boys in total. This meant that we could embark on the ideal trip by splitting the party into two, starting at opposite ends of the Bushwalk thereby visiting all the best bits without any backtracking.

After a ridiculous amount of pfaffing around with car hire and other logistical problems, we finally headed off on Friday afternoon to our campsite for the night at Bendeela in the Kangaroo Valley.