Category Archives: Special Events

Exploration walk from Killawarra to Peechelba : September 15

Fifteen risk taking hikers walked carefully along the often difficult eight kilometres from the edge of the Killawarra Forest to Peechelba, mainly along the rarely visited and narrow Irishtown Creek “corridor”. This was a new walk, and a journey which connected two parts of the Warby Ovens National Park (Killawarra, which was part of the…

Typo Station : October 7-9

The club is holding a walks weekend during October at the historic Typo Station, in the Rose River Valley. Here’s the program for the weekend; the Typo Station brochure is available via the link shown below. Friday 7th – Sunday 9th October A weekend at Typo Station, Rose River, with easy and medium walks, and…

Week Away : Thursday, 7th – Wednesday, 13 April

This year’s Week Away covered six nights in South Gippsland, based at the excellent Forest Lodge Farm. A total of 33 club members journeyed, by various routes, down to the Yarram area for this week of glorious bushwalking, in delightfully varied country, and in great weather conditions! On the Friday we were trudging through Tarra…

Falls Creek : February 11, 12 and 13

The club’s annual visit to Falls Creek was very successful, and we enjoyed three days of walking in, and around, the high country. Friday’s walk (led by Chris) was to Mount Jaithmathang, and having gathered at the Pretty Valley camping area we set off for Tawonga Huts in quite foggy conditions. By the time we…

Walking at Stanley

The Stanley Landcare Group unveiled its “Walking Stanley” brochure on Australia Day. This is a great piece of work that details walks in, and around, the charming village of Stanley. See the link below for a download of this very informative PDF. Walking Stanley PDF

Cup Day Walk, Thistle Hill, King Valley : November 2

What a beautiful day it was, for the now traditional Cup Day walk, this time in the delightful King Valley. A group of energetic people had booked in to walk the ridge that divides the King Valley from the Myrrhee Valley; some travelled out from Wangaratta, others went directly to Honey’s Lane, the finishing point…

Category Archives: Special Events

Exploration walk from Killawarra to Peechelba : September 15

Fifteen risk taking hikers walked carefully along the often difficult eight kilometres from the edge of the Killawarra Forest to Peechelba, mainly along the rarely visited and narrow Irishtown Creek “corridor”. This was a new walk, and a journey which connected two parts of the Warby Ovens National Park (Killawarra, which was part of the…

Typo Station : October 7-9

The club is holding a walks weekend during October at the historic Typo Station, in the Rose River Valley. Here’s the program for the weekend; the Typo Station brochure is available via the link shown below. Friday 7th – Sunday 9th October A weekend at Typo Station, Rose River, with easy and medium walks, and…

Week Away : Thursday, 7th – Wednesday, 13 April

This year’s Week Away covered six nights in South Gippsland, based at the excellent Forest Lodge Farm. A total of 33 club members journeyed, by various routes, down to the Yarram area for this week of glorious bushwalking, in delightfully varied country, and in great weather conditions! On the Friday we were trudging through Tarra…

Falls Creek : February 11, 12 and 13

The club’s annual visit to Falls Creek was very successful, and we enjoyed three days of walking in, and around, the high country. Friday’s walk (led by Chris) was to Mount Jaithmathang, and having gathered at the Pretty Valley camping area we set off for Tawonga Huts in quite foggy conditions. By the time we…

Walking at Stanley

The Stanley Landcare Group unveiled its “Walking Stanley” brochure on Australia Day. This is a great piece of work that details walks in, and around, the charming village of Stanley. See the link below for a download of this very informative PDF. Walking Stanley PDF

Cup Day Walk, Thistle Hill, King Valley : November 2

What a beautiful day it was, for the now traditional Cup Day walk, this time in the delightful King Valley. A group of energetic people had booked in to walk the ridge that divides the King Valley from the Myrrhee Valley; some travelled out from Wangaratta, others went directly to Honey’s Lane, the finishing point…