This bushwalk is designed for active families with kids of any age, including baby-wearing parents. The route follows a formed track, with a few steps and logs to step over, for 800 metres to a complex of giant granite boulders called 'Legoland'. At Legoland, the walkers will settle in to section of the outcrop that is sheltered from any wind, for lunch. From that point, the leaders will take you on short circuits of about 10 minutes each to explore the caves and tunnels of Legoland. Families with older children can do their own exploring. Some of the caves have spectcular views into the Orroral Valley. The caves are big enough to shelter the group if it rains. Return by the same route. Please bring lunch, wear shoes with good grip, and bring a rain coat whatever the forecast. No need to book. Organised by the Canberra Bushwalking Club.
Driving instructions to meeting point: Drive to the Honeysuckle Creek campground (50 minutes south from central Canberra) , at the end of Apollo Road. From there, drive a further 10 minutes on dirt road suitable for larger 2WDs, ignoring all roads branching off to the left, to the car park. The car park in Google Maps is called 'Sentinel Rocks/Belfry'. Please arrive before 10.20 am, to be ready to leave your car at 10.30 am. Check ACT Reserve and road closures (https://www.environment.act.gov.au/home/home-news-listing/reserve-and-road-closures) before setting out, or contact the leader to confirm the walk is still going ahead.