The Syndicate Tramway | xdarkxlightx

I first heard of track that followed the route of an old Hoop Pine tramway from an old farmer while photographing the beautiful landscape of Gleniffer, west of Bellingen. It remained one of those things that the mind recollects but the body does nothing about for many months. Recently I made time to get out into the bush and take on the challenge of the Syndicate Track. A full days walk, the track begins at the end of Slingby’s Track 15kms north of Dorrigo and ends in Gleniffer, 10 west of Bellingen in the Bellinger Valley. The track traverses the country of the Dorrigo Plateau and the very steep descent into the Bellinger Valley, all the while taking in a wide range of environments, that are all part of the Dorrigo National Park and also part of the World Heritage listed Gondwana  Rainforests

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2 thoughts on “The Syndicate Tramway | xdarkxlightx”

    1. My Friend Pete has done the walk . That is his Blog. It comes out down near Buffer Creek out at Gleniffer near my old house. It had a Tramway down but I am not finding as much info on it as I would like to

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