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Alpine Views Track : September 18

There were 13 participants on this walk, and having met up at Rotary Park, we headed off to Wenhams Camp. The distance planned for walk was about 12 kilometres, and we had a very grey (and showery) day with a top temperature of about 12C. Setting off, we found $80 lying on the track and…

Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing Update

On Monday, 29 August, Parks Victoria (PV) released for public comment draft designs for the four accommodation nodes planned for the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing (FHAC), a 4-night 5-day walk between Falls Creek and Mount Hotham. PV is keen to hear from key stakeholders and the community, and while BWV will continue to represent…

Mount Glenrowan : September 10

This is an interesting variation on a tried-and-true venue, involving a loop down to Moonlight Track via Casuarina Track on the way to Mount Glenrowan, but it was to prove more interesting than we first thought. On a very cool (and wet) morning, we met at Rotary Park at 8.30am, organised car pooling, headed off…

Warby Tower Lookout to Pangarang Lookout : August 28

Today’s walk had 17 participants, with one new casual walker, and two casual walkers on their second walk with our club. Following the car shuffle, we began our walk from the Spring Creek Picnic Area under a cloudy sky, and headed off to the Warby Tower Lookout. Here we had morning tea, with great views…

Typo Station : October 7-9

The club is holding a walks weekend during October at the historic Typo Station, in the Rose River Valley. Here’s the program for the weekend; the Typo Station brochure is available via the link shown below. Friday 7th – Sunday 9th October A weekend at Typo Station, Rose River, with easy and medium walks, and…

Winton Wetlands : Thursday, 18th August

The Winton Wetlands were created by draining former irrigation storage (Lake Mokoan); Aboriginal people once occupied the areas around the original wetland area, and would have found this to be an ideal environment for their hunter-gatherer life-style. This walk around the wetlands included the Spit Walk Loop and the Lotjpatj Natjan Danak Sculpture Walk. Fifteen…

Author Archives: webmaster

Alpine Views Track : September 18

There were 13 participants on this walk, and having met up at Rotary Park, we headed off to Wenhams Camp. The distance planned for walk was about 12 kilometres, and we had a very grey (and showery) day with a top temperature of about 12C. Setting off, we found $80 lying on the track and…

Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing Update

On Monday, 29 August, Parks Victoria (PV) released for public comment draft designs for the four accommodation nodes planned for the Falls to Hotham Alpine Crossing (FHAC), a 4-night 5-day walk between Falls Creek and Mount Hotham. PV is keen to hear from key stakeholders and the community, and while BWV will continue to represent…

Mount Glenrowan : September 10

This is an interesting variation on a tried-and-true venue, involving a loop down to Moonlight Track via Casuarina Track on the way to Mount Glenrowan, but it was to prove more interesting than we first thought. On a very cool (and wet) morning, we met at Rotary Park at 8.30am, organised car pooling, headed off…

Warby Tower Lookout to Pangarang Lookout : August 28

Today’s walk had 17 participants, with one new casual walker, and two casual walkers on their second walk with our club. Following the car shuffle, we began our walk from the Spring Creek Picnic Area under a cloudy sky, and headed off to the Warby Tower Lookout. Here we had morning tea, with great views…

Typo Station : October 7-9

The club is holding a walks weekend during October at the historic Typo Station, in the Rose River Valley. Here’s the program for the weekend; the Typo Station brochure is available via the link shown below. Friday 7th – Sunday 9th October A weekend at Typo Station, Rose River, with easy and medium walks, and…

Winton Wetlands : Thursday, 18th August

The Winton Wetlands were created by draining former irrigation storage (Lake Mokoan); Aboriginal people once occupied the areas around the original wetland area, and would have found this to be an ideal environment for their hunter-gatherer life-style. This walk around the wetlands included the Spit Walk Loop and the Lotjpatj Natjan Danak Sculpture Walk. Fifteen…