A meeting at "FLAT ROCK", 29 MAY
~ all welcome but convened particularly for the geologically interested ~
AND ALSO IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE FIRST CROSSING, MAY 1813
Those interested in rocks and the Blue Mountains,and in old things (archaeology/geology) are invited to meet here at 1 p.m. in order to tell each other what their interests are. This is a good spot for sharing such information - as it may well be possible to point in the direction of where you are interested in from this lookout rock that has a large vista.
Although this is NOT an excursion and will last only as long as it takes for each attendee to say what their interests may be, any excursion to other nearby features would be easily combined on the same day. For example, in the close vicinity there are various interesting places that can be visited, and walks that can be done. Advice on where they are can be given. They include the King's Table rock shelter, which is very readily visited. This is where Fr. Eugene Stockton excavated and obtained the oldest evidence of human occupation on the Blue Mountains.
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