Wednesday, 10th May. Lower Ovens Walk.

Eleven walkers, including Benny, an international visitor from Timor Leste, walked about seven kilometres along the banks of the Ovens River in superb weather conditions.

After driving in on the Frost’s Crossing Track from the Yarrawonga Road, we parked near Cleal’s Bend, and then followed the river track south until Hill’s track heads off to the west, and into billabong country. The group then ambled along Boundary Track back to our cars.

Highlights were talking briefly to some campers enjoying those delightful Ovens campsites, espying a sleeping koala in a big red gum, and meeting friendly Parks Victoria staff, and weed removal contractors.


Coming Events
Saturday, 13th May
Kelly’s Lookout, Beechworth
Lesley, 0439 776 687

A medium walk of approx 13km on a relatively flat 4WD gravel track, a bush track, and the last kilometre off track, with loose stones, exposed rock and a steep descent. Views along the valley. 250 metre ascent and descent.

Sunday, 28th May
Ingram’s Rock, Beechworth Historic Park
Chris, 0418 503 802

A medium loop walk of approx 10km on bush tracks in the Beechworth Historic Park, visiting Ingram’s Rock, Fidde’s Quarry, Precipice Lookout, and other features of the Park.

Thursday, 1st June
Killawarra Forest Walk
Chris, 0418 503 802

An easy walk of two 4km loops on bush tracks from the picnic area at Killawarra Camp in the Warby Ovens National Park.

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