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BNT AGM 2017 Movie Shown

During the 2017 AGM this movie was shown which spot lights some of the recent adventure people have had on the BNT.

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Christmas Break – Office Closure

The BNT Admin Office will be closed from Wednesday 20 December 2017 and will reopen on Monday 22 January 2018.   All Membership and Guidebook orders for delivery prior to Christmas must be received by  SUNDAY 17 DECEMBER 2017. The

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Guidebook 9 Update

A new update has been posted for Guidebook 9, covering areas from Aberdeen to Jenolan Caves. This update includes important changes to contact information, trail realignments and advice. The update PDF can be found in the Downloads section.

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Guidebook 10 Update

A revised Update for Guidebook 10 has been added to the Downloads page. The change updates the route of the BNT through Canberra.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Bicentennial National Trail website.

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Recollections

It was such an incredible journey following the Guy Fawkes River on horseback. There was a mob of brumbies on every river bend. We found all kinds of creatures at night as the moon gazed above. Croaking frogs, their sticky

Ethan Gordon

2013

Queensland is long, flat and hot. New South Wales is wilderness and very remote, then you get into Canberra and are going around in circles. Victoria is short and steep. It’s all of the above.

Craig Landy

2012

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