WRB News & Events

Walking at Stanley Village

The Stanley Landcare Group unveiled its “Walking Stanley” brochure on Australia Day. This is a great piece of work that details walks in, and around, the charming village of Stanley. See the link below for a download of this very informative PDF. Walking Stanley PDF

Razorback, with Bungalow Spur Descent : December 18

The club has walked The Razorback many times, but this time it was a bit different. On this occasion, we organised a shuttle bus, from Harrietville to Diamantina Spur, and then walked all the way back to Harrietville via The Razorback and the Bungalow Spur. With a detour to Mount Feathertop this meant a 24km…

Beechworth Gorge Ramble : December 10

Lesley led a small group along this delightful medium walk of about 8 km, in the rugged granite gorge area of the Beechworth Historic Park. Starting at the Powder Magazine, we visited many features such as the Precipice and Fidde’s Quarry. From near Ingram’s Rock, we spent time really enjoying the fantastic views over the…

Mount Stanley : December 5

There were 10 of us on this planned walk up to Mount Stanley, a walk along a bush road, with mature eucalyptus forest surrounding us on both sides. The morning was cool, with a light breeze, and the birds were singing their lovely tunes for us. Through the trees, the views of hills, mountains and…

Mount Jack : November 21

Mount Jack is located on the northern side of the scenic Rosewhite Gap, and this is where 12 members of Warby Walkers headed to, on a beautiful spring day. As this walk involved some car-shuffling, it took some time before we all got to the starting point of the walk, so it was time for…

South Wall, Mt Buffalo : November 6

This interesting walk was attended by 17 participants, and the first challenge was driving the winding road to the top of the Mount Buffalo Plateau, during which we were slowed down by thick fog limiting our vision. Starting from Cresta Valley, the South Walk is approximately 8.5k, with the elevation varying from around 1475m to…

Walking at Stanley Village

The Stanley Landcare Group unveiled its “Walking Stanley” brochure on Australia Day.

This is a great piece of work that details walks in, and around, the charming village of Stanley.

See the link below for a download of this very informative PDF.

Walking Stanley PDF

Razorback, with Bungalow Spur Descent : December 18

The club has walked The Razorback many times, but this time it was a bit different. On this occasion, we organised a shuttle bus, from Harrietville to Diamantina Spur, and then walked all the way back to Harrietville via The Razorback and the Bungalow Spur. With a detour to Mount Feathertop this meant a 24km…

Beechworth Gorge Ramble : December 10

Lesley led a small group along this delightful medium walk of about 8 km, in the rugged granite gorge area of the Beechworth Historic Park. Starting at the Powder Magazine, we visited many features such as the Precipice and Fidde’s Quarry. From near Ingram’s Rock, we spent time really enjoying the fantastic views over the…

Mount Stanley : December 5

There were 10 of us on this planned walk up to Mount Stanley, a walk along a bush road, with mature eucalyptus forest surrounding us on both sides. The morning was cool, with a light breeze, and the birds were singing their lovely tunes for us. Through the trees, the views of hills, mountains and…

Mount Jack : November 21

Mount Jack is located on the northern side of the scenic Rosewhite Gap, and this is where 12 members of Warby Walkers headed to, on a beautiful spring day. As this walk involved some car-shuffling, it took some time before we all got to the starting point of the walk, so it was time for…

South Wall, Mt Buffalo : November 6

This interesting walk was attended by 17 participants, and the first challenge was driving the winding road to the top of the Mount Buffalo Plateau, during which we were slowed down by thick fog limiting our vision. Starting from Cresta Valley, the South Walk is approximately 8.5k, with the elevation varying from around 1475m to…