Thursday, 21st March. Ovens River, North of Killawarra.

Nine people ambled around this popular walk of about 8 kms, very close to Wangaratta. 

After driving into the Warby Ovens National Park, we parked at an intersection just in from Frost’s Crossing. 

In fine but rapidly warming conditions, we followed the unmade road down to the Ovens and walked beside the river, occasionally visiting our special stream and various (quite clean) campsites.

We discovered that this section of the park is comparatively weed free, except for the dreaded Noogoora Burr along the side of the river.

The walk back along Boundary Track through dry billabong country emphasised the lack of rain over the last year.

Coming Events

Thredbo Week Away. March 31st to April; 6th – 39 club members are booked in!

Saturday, 13th April. McMillans Track/Wabonga Plateau/Paradise Falls

Bob, 5766 2773

A medium walk of approx 15k, with views of the Rose and Dandongadale River valleys. Paradise Falls, an easy 30 minute return walk, will also be visited. Paradise Falls is a unique natural wonder, with a 31m cascade.

Easter Monday, 22nd April. Warby Heritage Falls Trail

Booths Winery Taminick. Jeanette, 0417 546 974

An easy to medium loop walk of approx 7k along the Warby Heritage Falls Trail from Booths Winery to Spot Mill Track, on to Cellar Track, and back to Booths Winery. Bush tracks and 4WD roads.

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