Category Archives: Walks

Loggers Lane – Wenhams Loop : September 25

This was an event that was originally envisaged as part of the visit to the Warby Ranges by the Boroondara Bushwalkers from Melbourne. As with many other events, this one was cancelled because of restrictions imposed by covid-19. However, it was decided to still offer a weekend of walks in the Ranges. Today’s walk involved…

Mount Barambogie: September 19

For this interesting adventure we met at Rotary Park at 8.30am, organised the plan for the day, and headed off to the Hume Freeway, and the Chiltern-Beechworth Road, where we would meet up with some more walkers from Myrtleford. Mount Barambogie is located about 15km south-west of Chiltern, stands at about 500m, and was our…

Lake Benalla : September 15

This was an easy walk around Lake Benalla, and its environs, including the Broken River. Our small group had a delightful morning, walking around the Lake, plus briefly following the Broken River downstream of the weir to visit some very special trees. Other items of interest included the Art Gallery the Ceramic Wall, and the…

Lake Eildon : September 10-12

On the weekend of September 10th – 12th a group of walkers were able to participate in the Eildon weekend. The easing of some Covid-19 restrictions were not quite enough to enable more to partake, but those in attendance were enthusiastic about the prospects of walking in a new location for the club. The weekend…

IUCN Listing for our National Park

The Warby-Ovens National Park has obtained the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Green List accreditation. See the following link for for details of this great achievement. Press Release The Park is one of only four in Australia to achieve this status, and this listing is due to the hard work of many…

Loggers Lane to Wenhams, Warby Ranges : August 19

This great adventure started at the northern end of Loggers Lane, just around the corner of Gerretts Road and Wangandary Road. The distance planned for this loop out to Wenhams Camp, and return, was about 12 kilometres; with breaks, this took about five hours to complete. The weather was cold at first, but mostly sunny,…

Category Archives: Walks

Loggers Lane – Wenhams Loop : September 25

This was an event that was originally envisaged as part of the visit to the Warby Ranges by the Boroondara Bushwalkers from Melbourne. As with many other events, this one was cancelled because of restrictions imposed by covid-19. However, it was decided to still offer a weekend of walks in the Ranges. Today’s walk involved…

Mount Barambogie: September 19

For this interesting adventure we met at Rotary Park at 8.30am, organised the plan for the day, and headed off to the Hume Freeway, and the Chiltern-Beechworth Road, where we would meet up with some more walkers from Myrtleford. Mount Barambogie is located about 15km south-west of Chiltern, stands at about 500m, and was our…

Lake Benalla : September 15

This was an easy walk around Lake Benalla, and its environs, including the Broken River. Our small group had a delightful morning, walking around the Lake, plus briefly following the Broken River downstream of the weir to visit some very special trees. Other items of interest included the Art Gallery the Ceramic Wall, and the…

Lake Eildon : September 10-12

On the weekend of September 10th – 12th a group of walkers were able to participate in the Eildon weekend. The easing of some Covid-19 restrictions were not quite enough to enable more to partake, but those in attendance were enthusiastic about the prospects of walking in a new location for the club. The weekend…

IUCN Listing for our National Park

The Warby-Ovens National Park has obtained the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Green List accreditation. See the following link for for details of this great achievement. Press Release The Park is one of only four in Australia to achieve this status, and this listing is due to the hard work of many…

Loggers Lane to Wenhams, Warby Ranges : August 19

This great adventure started at the northern end of Loggers Lane, just around the corner of Gerretts Road and Wangandary Road. The distance planned for this loop out to Wenhams Camp, and return, was about 12 kilometres; with breaks, this took about five hours to complete. The weather was cold at first, but mostly sunny,…