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Stringybark Creek, Toombullup State Forest : October 12

We had a wet start to a fine day with 17 participants on this walk, led by local identity Adrian who has a passion for history and, thankfully for our group, likes to share it with us. After meeting Adrian outside the Greta Cemetery, we had a quick look at the Kelly graves before heading…

Weone mine site, Stanley Forest : September 29

On a fantastic day of sunshine, with a chilly breeze at times, 17 walkers, including two casuals from Wodonga, joined this walk of about 11k. We started at the intersection of Buckland Gap Road and Lady Newton Drive, and after a few hill climbs, we were rewarded with fantastic views from the lookout, where we…

Indigo Shire – week of walks

Indigo Shire has organised a Festival of Short Walks for the week of 14th – 20th October 2019, covering • BEECHWORTH • CHILTERN • RUTHERGLEN • YACKANDANDAH • See the link below for further information

Friends Loop etc : September 24

Twenty happy walkers (including four staff members from the Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre) set out from Wenhams Camp for this nice, moderate rated, adventure of about 12km. The weather was sunny, with some increasing cloud cover, the max temp being about 15C. We walked north from Wenhams picnic area, where we took a mountain bike…

Week Away : 2020

Hi all members, I am thrilled to be preparing the Club’s Mornington Peninsular walks for our week away. Walkers of all abilities will enjoy the spectacular walking trails, views of peaceful bays, wild ocean coastlines, tranquil bush and local history. Being a coastal region, the elevation of most walks is easy to moderate, usually the…

Daylesford Weekend : Sept 2019

On the weekend of Friday Sept 13 to Sunday Sept 15th twenty Warby Walkers booked for a weekend of walks in the Daylesford region. The club’s motto might be fun, fitness and friendship, but it’s more like fantabulous frivolities and foolishness. To the suggestion of what happens on a weekend walk stays on a weekend…

Author Archives: webmaster

Stringybark Creek, Toombullup State Forest : October 12

We had a wet start to a fine day with 17 participants on this walk, led by local identity Adrian who has a passion for history and, thankfully for our group, likes to share it with us. After meeting Adrian outside the Greta Cemetery, we had a quick look at the Kelly graves before heading…

Weone mine site, Stanley Forest : September 29

On a fantastic day of sunshine, with a chilly breeze at times, 17 walkers, including two casuals from Wodonga, joined this walk of about 11k. We started at the intersection of Buckland Gap Road and Lady Newton Drive, and after a few hill climbs, we were rewarded with fantastic views from the lookout, where we…

Indigo Shire – week of walks

Indigo Shire has organised a Festival of Short Walks for the week of 14th – 20th October 2019, covering • BEECHWORTH • CHILTERN • RUTHERGLEN • YACKANDANDAH • See the link below for further information

Friends Loop etc : September 24

Twenty happy walkers (including four staff members from the Wangaratta Visitor Information Centre) set out from Wenhams Camp for this nice, moderate rated, adventure of about 12km. The weather was sunny, with some increasing cloud cover, the max temp being about 15C. We walked north from Wenhams picnic area, where we took a mountain bike…

Week Away : 2020

Hi all members, I am thrilled to be preparing the Club’s Mornington Peninsular walks for our week away. Walkers of all abilities will enjoy the spectacular walking trails, views of peaceful bays, wild ocean coastlines, tranquil bush and local history. Being a coastal region, the elevation of most walks is easy to moderate, usually the…

Daylesford Weekend : Sept 2019

On the weekend of Friday Sept 13 to Sunday Sept 15th twenty Warby Walkers booked for a weekend of walks in the Daylesford region. The club’s motto might be fun, fitness and friendship, but it’s more like fantabulous frivolities and foolishness. To the suggestion of what happens on a weekend walk stays on a weekend…