The Warby Range Bushwalking Club

The Warby Range Bushwalkers Club (WRBC) is based in Wangaratta, North East Victoria.

A fun and friendly way to keep fit, meet new people, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of North East Victoria, and other locations throughout Australia.

The Club is open to anyone and everyone who enjoys fun, fitness and friendship. Our membership ranges from young professionals, to families, and energetic retirees, with walks to suit all ages and capabilities.


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WRB News

Mount Meg : October 18

The intended walk for Saturday 17th October was held over to the next day, due to wet weather, and so, on Sunday the 18th, twenty walkers, ten in each pod, were booked into the walk at Mount Meg Conservation Park, near Thoona, in brilliantly cool, but sunny weather. Mount Meg has no tracks other than…

Magpie Creek Historic Area : October 4

Magpie Creek Historic Area adjoins Wooragee, a formal gold mining town, and is located about eight kilometres north-east of Beechworth, with many interesting relics from those boom years. The Beechworth-Yackandandah railway line was opened in 1861 (closed in 1954) and this walk covered several aspects of this history; that is gold, and the railway. A…

Warby Ovens NP Killawarra Walk : September 24

The first mid-week walk since COVID restrictions began to ease for regional Victoria, the second time round, was enough to encourage fourteen walkers to stretch their legs. A cloudy day, with a forecast temperature of 12 degrees, with no rain on the radar, would make the planned 12.5km walk agreeable. The destination was a short…

Reform Hill and Mosaic Trail, Myrtleford : September 20

Eight of us, and two furry friends, Ted and Toby, met at Jones Reserve Myrtleford to begin our walks on Reform Hill. Rain held us up for a while, but we made use of a local cafe for coffee, hot chocolates and other drinks til it was over. We set off on the Reform Hill…