Historic bushwalking re-enactment celebrates a state's love of conservation

One hundred years ago, Myles Dunphy and Bert Gallop embarked on a journey right through the heart of the southern Blue Mountains in New South Wales. Over 21 days, they snaked from Katoomba to Picton in the state's east, through thick scrub and across the Kowmung River in full flood.It was an adventure that has since been credited with igniting both Australia's love of bushwalking and the activity's ties to conversation.

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