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Falls Hotham Alpine Crossing – update

There will be an information session at the Bright Library on May 22 regarding the recently released Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing Master plan. Parks Victoria staff will be available at the Bright Library Tuesday 22nd May to answer any questions and discuss aspects of the plan. Time: 12.00pm – 2.00pm Address: Bright Library, 14…

Sunrise Track / Taminick Loop : May 12

We had 10 participants on this walk, with two casuals from Corowa on their second walk, and a new casual from Wangaratta on her first walk. It was a fine day, but cool wind at times, and gloves/beanies made several appearances. This was an enjoyable walk of nearly eight kilometres (GPS said 7.68k) starting at…

Warby Ovens National Park : May 4

After overnight rain, and the threat of further showers, five walkers decided to remain indoors, but a hardy group of seven set off on what was a dry and beautiful walk in the mildest conditions we have enjoyed for some time. Our newest member Sonia, and visitor Sandra were welcomed into the Club, and after…

Browsing Beechworth : Sunday, 29th April

A party of 10 set out from the Railway Station to Browse Beechworth on this glorious autumn day. Initially on the Silver Banksia Walk (Spring Creek), we deviated to admire the 300 year old, multi-burled Apple Box (Eucalyptus bridgesiana), the But But tree, message tree for the early gold fossickers. – then wound our way…

Sunday, 15th to Sunday, 22nd April – the “week away’ at Portland.

Wow! What a fantastic week it was – with 40 plus members staying in great accommodation, and walking through breathtaking scenery in the bush, alongside the Glenelg River, and along the exquisite, and so dramatic coastline in the south west of Victoria. The hardworking committee managed to feed us superbly, plus organise several different hikes…

Great South West Walk – Day Six : April 21

The last day of our very successful week away dawned grey and cold, but soon blossomed into a beautiful sunny day, with a light breeze. The venue for today was a 12km loop in the environs of Mount Richmond, an isolated volcanic peak to the north-west of Portland, and part of an inland section of…