Reviewing the track logs stored in my GPS I found the track log of my walk up to the less frequently activated summit in the eastern end of the Goorooyaroo Nature Reserve in the ACT. It is north east of the Canberra Airport and is slightly controversial due to it including a now disused military firing range. There are signs within it indicating unexploded ordnance, suggesting shells or even bombs may be lying dormant but still dangerous.
However the VK1 SOTA group was advised by the NSW Ranger who drives a 4WD vehicle along the service track, that as long as walkers stick to the track they will be safe. So after a cautious start, this summit was eventually activated by several of the regular activators.
I visited it myself in January 2015 and the path is shown here. Access is via a track (dotted in the image below) off the Sutton Rd between Queanbeyan and the Federal Highway. Park near a gate with signage indicating no entry to unauthorised persons.
The walk to the summit took about 20-25 mins, it is a fire trail and easy to follow. Stay on the path!
My activation of this summit was marred by very low performance of the antenna – later discovered to be due to one side of the dipole not being connected. But I got my 4 contacts…