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

Mount Buffalo – The Back Wall & Dicksons Falls : February 5

On Sunday February 4th, eighteen willing walkers who weren’t put off by the forecast of 30 degrees on top of Mount Buffalo, decided to hike to the Back Wall and Dickson’s Falls. Groups of walkers met in Wangaratta, Myrtleford and at the park entrance for the hike. Now, I am not sure whether it was…

Nature Walk Challenge 2024

Nature Walk Challenge 2024 For the month of March, join thousands of Australians across the country, as they walk to protect Australian wildlife and the places they call home. Register for free and select your walking distance. Set your fundraising target and ask your friends, family and work colleagues to support you. With every step…

Ritchies Track, Stanley Forest : January 20

For this adventure, 10 adventurers headed off in pleasant fine conditions from Clark’s Corner on the 6-Mile Rd (where the remnants of an old homestead are to be found) aiming to walk about 10 km on bush tracks. We followed Ritchie’s Track, with good views of Mount Stanley and surrounding farmland, and then climbed up…

Ovens River Walk : Friday, 12th January

Six club members, including one “newby”, had a delightful saunter of about six kilometres following the superb Mosaic Trail around Myrtleford, before really enjoying lunch in the middle of town. The Mosaic Trail is a brilliant walkable street art project with over 100 mosaic locations along the Ovens River, the rail trail, and then in…