Tuesday, 7th March. Full Moon Walk

This interesting adventure took us from Everton Station to Everton, and back, by moonlight!

Sting sang “Giant steps are what we took walking under the moon”.

Twenty one delighted club members ambled along a short section of the Murray to Mountains Rail, covering just over 7 kms.

The conditions were great for a 6.30 pm start from the old station building, being warm with a very slight breeze.

Cecily led a very social mob into Everton village where we enjoyed excellent salad rolls and carrot cake prepared at the store.

Pat’s now internationally famous cuppa box was present to supply sufficient moisture to the walkers who trudged back to their cars in full glorious lunar luminescence!!!

Coming Events

Saturday, 18th March

Mount Samaria

Jeanette, 0417 546 974

An easy to medium loop walk of about 7km from the Spring Creek Picnic Area, taking in the sawmill kiln ruins and the ruins of the Tramway Braking Station.

Includes a descent along Lightning Track, returning to the picnic area, or a medium loop walk of about 14km which also includes the climb, and a steep descent of Mount Samaria before returning to the picnic area.
Walking mostly on bush tracks, part on gravel roads in Mount Samaria State Park.

Monday 20th March

AGM of the Club at Remel 185, 399 Whorouly Road, Whorouly

Dinner from 6pm, (3 course – set menu; dietary needs catered for, BYO drinks) followed by a short AGM.

Guest speaker will be ecologist Richard Loyn, talking about “Birds of The Warby Ranges”. RSVP by 20/3/23

Marita, 0427 521 122 or warby.ranges@gmail.com

Friday, 31st March to Sunday, 2nd April

Taggerty weekend at Taggerty Big 4 Holiday Park

Michael: 0447 617 880 or mbraendler@bigpond.com

Call Michael re accommodation at the Big 4 Park. Two walk options subject to Park openings.

Option 1. Weekend walks on bush tracks at the Cathedral Range State Park. Numerous grade 3, 4, and 5 walks available each day, if additional walk leaders can volunteer to lead walks.

Option 2. Saturday: Rubicon Railway Circuit, at the Rubicon Historic Area. Sunday: The Keppel Lookout and Stevenson Falls, via the Tree Fern Gully Track loop at Marysville.

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