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Bushwalk -Mount Hotham to Falls Creek : Saturday, March 16

There are 19 walkers currently registered for this walk, and we would like a few more . . . We have hired a 24 seater bus, plus trailer for $631, which currently works out at $34.00 per person; this could be reduced if more walkers join the group. The driver is John Gullock, a Warby…

Rollasons Falls & The Big Walk : February 17

On this fine summer’s day, 22 walkers travelled to Mt Buffalo; six of them opted for the short walk to Rollasons Falls, and return; whilst 16 opted for a section of The Big Walk. The Rollasons Falls walkers took a well formed track from the picnic area, through the bush to the upper and lower…

Indigo Shire : Walks Booklet

Walk : Beechworth, Chiltern, Rutherglen, Yackandandah This is the long title of a short walk focused booklet produced by the Indigo Shire. The booklet is a mine (as they say in the Goldfields) of information, with some excellent short (and longer) walks being described, 40 in total. Some of these are familiar turf to the…

change of route : Strathbogie Surprise #2

The route originally suggested for this walk will now change to the following, A series of short walks on 4WD bush tracks in the Strathbogie State Forest. The first short walk of 2km visits the site of an historical air crash memorial. A 9km loop comprises the second walk along Rocky Ned Track through the…

Harrietville : Tracks and Trails

The hard working community at Harrietville has just finished production of a very professional fold-out map entitled Harrietville : Tracks and Trails. This is a full-colour, double-sided booklet that follows the format of the popular maps of other nearby venues (for example, Mount Hotham and Dinner Plain), and was designed by well known graphic artist,…

Woolshed Falls – Spring Creek Falls : January 19

This was an enjoyable eight kilometre walk in Beechworth Historic Park, passing through degraded riparian scrubland (a legacy of the Reids Creek Goldfields mining activity in the mid-late 1800s). On our way to the proposed starting point, we found that Gorge Road was closed for roadworks, so we had to reverse the original planned direction,…

Author Archives: webmaster

Bushwalk -Mount Hotham to Falls Creek : Saturday, March 16

There are 19 walkers currently registered for this walk, and we would like a few more . . . We have hired a 24 seater bus, plus trailer for $631, which currently works out at $34.00 per person; this could be reduced if more walkers join the group. The driver is John Gullock, a Warby…

Rollasons Falls & The Big Walk : February 17

On this fine summer’s day, 22 walkers travelled to Mt Buffalo; six of them opted for the short walk to Rollasons Falls, and return; whilst 16 opted for a section of The Big Walk. The Rollasons Falls walkers took a well formed track from the picnic area, through the bush to the upper and lower…

Indigo Shire : Walks Booklet

Walk : Beechworth, Chiltern, Rutherglen, Yackandandah This is the long title of a short walk focused booklet produced by the Indigo Shire. The booklet is a mine (as they say in the Goldfields) of information, with some excellent short (and longer) walks being described, 40 in total. Some of these are familiar turf to the…

change of route : Strathbogie Surprise #2

The route originally suggested for this walk will now change to the following, A series of short walks on 4WD bush tracks in the Strathbogie State Forest. The first short walk of 2km visits the site of an historical air crash memorial. A 9km loop comprises the second walk along Rocky Ned Track through the…

Harrietville : Tracks and Trails

The hard working community at Harrietville has just finished production of a very professional fold-out map entitled Harrietville : Tracks and Trails. This is a full-colour, double-sided booklet that follows the format of the popular maps of other nearby venues (for example, Mount Hotham and Dinner Plain), and was designed by well known graphic artist,…

Woolshed Falls – Spring Creek Falls : January 19

This was an enjoyable eight kilometre walk in Beechworth Historic Park, passing through degraded riparian scrubland (a legacy of the Reids Creek Goldfields mining activity in the mid-late 1800s). On our way to the proposed starting point, we found that Gorge Road was closed for roadworks, so we had to reverse the original planned direction,…