Category Archives: Special Events

40th Anniversary

This month (September 2020) marks the 40th Anniversary of the first ever bushwalk of our club, a cross-country ‘off-track’ route that finished at Pine Gully. As part of the celebration of that event, Andy Kimber, and the Wangaratta Chronicle, kindly organised a feature article on our Club, and that article is accessible via the link…

AGM : July 2020

Our long awaited Annual General Meeting was held on 27 July, the venue being the Town and Country Tavern, Wangaratta. After a nice meal at the Tavern, our President, Cecily Fletcher, opened the meeting and welcomed attendees. It was noted that this meeting is later in the year from normal practice due to meeting restrictions…

Cancellation of our activities

Hello everybody, We have received advice from Bushwalking Australia that we feel it is necessary for us to comply with, requesting we cancel any meetings, face-to-face events and walks activities until June. In the interests of supporting continued health of all our members, we will suspend our current walks program and monitor the situation. We…

Bushwalking and Navigation Course : May 23 and 24

There will be a Bushwalking and GPS Navigation course, conducted by Bushwalking Victoria on May 23 and 24 to be held at The Centre, Chisholm Street, Wangaratta, and in the surrounding parklands (Merriwa and Kaluna Parks). Everyone (including non-members) are invited to this event – click on the link below for a PDF with more…

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

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…

Category Archives: Special Events

40th Anniversary

This month (September 2020) marks the 40th Anniversary of the first ever bushwalk of our club, a cross-country ‘off-track’ route that finished at Pine Gully. As part of the celebration of that event, Andy Kimber, and the Wangaratta Chronicle, kindly organised a feature article on our Club, and that article is accessible via the link…

AGM : July 2020

Our long awaited Annual General Meeting was held on 27 July, the venue being the Town and Country Tavern, Wangaratta. After a nice meal at the Tavern, our President, Cecily Fletcher, opened the meeting and welcomed attendees. It was noted that this meeting is later in the year from normal practice due to meeting restrictions…

Cancellation of our activities

Hello everybody, We have received advice from Bushwalking Australia that we feel it is necessary for us to comply with, requesting we cancel any meetings, face-to-face events and walks activities until June. In the interests of supporting continued health of all our members, we will suspend our current walks program and monitor the situation. We…

Bushwalking and Navigation Course : May 23 and 24

There will be a Bushwalking and GPS Navigation course, conducted by Bushwalking Victoria on May 23 and 24 to be held at The Centre, Chisholm Street, Wangaratta, and in the surrounding parklands (Merriwa and Kaluna Parks). Everyone (including non-members) are invited to this event – click on the link below for a PDF with more…

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

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…