The Warby Range Bushwalking Club

The Warby Range Bushwalkers Club (WRBC) is based in Wangaratta, North East Victoria.

A fun and friendly way to keep fit, meet new people, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of North East Victoria, and other locations throughout Australia.

The Club is open to anyone and everyone who enjoys fun, fitness and friendship. Our membership ranges from young professionals, to families, and energetic retirees, with walks to suit all ages and capabilities.


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WRB News

Gapsted Loop : February 20

Today’s walk was an 8km loop through Stanley State Forest, near Gapsted Winery. There were 20 of us, with three newcomers, and two dogs (Tobey and Ted) as we set off at 9am on the initial section of the walk, along the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail. We then headed off to the right, taking…

Water in Beechworth : February 12

Despite showers occurring as we drove up to Beechworth, seven keen walkers headed off for a 5-6km pleasant amble, which aimed to be always within a few metres of water. Remarkably the rain ceased just as we parked beside Lake Sambell, and parkas were not needed! The walk started by trudging up the Silver Creek…

Yackandandah Escarpment : February 7

The Yackandandah Escarpment extends southwards from Yackandanah township, and is renowned for its beautiful open forest, and great views. We had a group of 20 walkers for this adventure, as well as a lovely sunny day, with some high-level cloud. The walkers based in Wangaratta met at Rotary Park at 8.30am, organised the car pooling,…

Stypandra Track, Warby Ranges : January 31

This route was pioneered by Karen Davis, and is a very interesting, and enjoyable, walk. The 19 participants met at Rotary Park at 7.30am, organised car pooling, then headed off to Loggers Lane. Having dropped off all of our gear, we took a shuttle car to the picnic area at Jubilee (Briens) Falls, and we…