Monthly Archives: May 2017

Week Away – 2018

Great News – 2018 Week Away – Location Revealed In Autumn next year the Club will be offering the four unique walking environments of The Great South West Walk. Accommodation will be at the Portland Bay Lodge at Allestree, just east of Portland. We have booked from Sunday, 15th to Sunday, 22nd April 2018 at…

Mount Buffalo, May 21

Mount Buffalo was first documented by explorers Hamilton Hume and William Hovell in 1824, and is a prominent landmark from the Ovens, Buckland and Buffalo River valleys. The massif rises abruptly from the surrounding countryside, and is visible from many different angles. Twenty six walkers headed up the Mount on Sunday 21 May, taking in…

Moonlight Track Walk, May 16

There were nine participants on this little used route on the western side of the Warby Ranges, and we started at the dirt track adjacent to Taminick Gap Road, on the boundary of Baileys Vineyard. The distance planned for this medium rated walk was about eight kilometres, and we had a glorious clear and sunny…

Beechworth Gorge and Precipice Rock

Please note that the Beechworth Gorge and Precipice Rock Walk, previously scheduled for June 7, will now take place on June 14. All other details remain the same. [webmaster]

Warby Heritage Trail : May 7

This walk was hosted by Warby Walkers as part of the Wangaratta Heritage Committee’s “Heritage Month” for 2017. So, as well as 21 walkers from the club, we also had eight “visitors” that had read about the event in the Heritage Month flyer. Starting out from Booths Taminick Winery, for this seven kilometre adventure, we…