Trip Program

Date Sort descending Type Title Grade Distance
Sun, 5 Jul DAY Braeside Park. A gentle walk , not too far afield . Every thing is looking very lush and green in the park. Variety of water birds on the lakes. BYO hand sanitiser , aware COVID 19 restrictions. S/E 10 km
Sun, 5 Jul DAY London bridge (Mornington PNP) to Neapan Fort. Starting at London Bridge walk through Moonah Costal Woodland and several buildings of Australian defence, Please note buildings including Fort Pearce and Nepean , Quarantine, and others are not accessible due to COVID 19 restrictions. M 15 km
Thu, 9 Jul DAY Beach walk from Mordialloc to Seaford. Walk along the beach from Mordialloc to Carrum and then along the coastal track from Carrum to Seaford. BYO hand sanitiser and practice safe distancing. E 11 km
Sat, 11 Jul DAY Kurth Kiln --- Gembrook. Kurth Kiln was built to provide charcoal to use in cars during the war , an interesting relic from this time. Nearby the delightful Tomahawk Creek and it's tracks lined with ferns , and a patch of beautiful tall gums have survived the early logging. E/M 13 km
Sat, 11 Jul DAY Kurth Kiln II - Gembrook. This walk is the same as Louise O'Connor's on the same day. Because of restrictions, I will lead the second group. Kurth Kiln was built to provide charcoal to use in cars during the war, an interesting relic from this time. Nearby the delightful Tomahawk Creek and it's tracks lined with ferns, and a patch of beautiful tall gums have survived the early logging. E/M 13 km
Sun, 12 Jul DAY Long Forest Nature Reserve. Walking along DJerriwarrh and Coimadai Creek tracks. M 15 km
Sun, 12 Jul DAY Long Forest Nature Reserve #2. This is the same walk as Sueli Pompolo's on the same day, starting half hour later. Because restricted to 10 people I will lead the second group. Walking along DJerriwarrh and Coimadai Creek tracks. M 15 km
Sun, 12 Jul DAY Devilbend Reservoir. Circumnavigate Devilbend Reservoir on the Mornington Peninsula. Suitable for new members, as an introduction to the club. E 13 km
Thu, 16 Jul
CANCELLED
DAY Yarra Valley Trail. Repeat of the 28/5/20 walk which was restricted to 10 walkers due to COVID19 rules. Walk Stage 1A of the Yarra Valley Trail (officially opened 15 February 2020) from Lilydale to Yering and return. The trail follows the first section of the disused rail line from Lilydale to Healesville which closed to passengers in the 1980s and to freight in the 1990s. Maximum 20 walkers. BYO hand sanitiser. Social distancing will be practised. Car parking options: Liilydale Station, Reserve or Marketplace. E/M 15 km
Sat, 18 Jul DAY Kurth Kiln - Gembrook. Kurth Kiln was built to provide charcoal to use in cars during the war, an interesting relic from this time. Nearby the delightful Tomahawk Creek and it's tracks lined with ferns, and a patch of beautiful tall gums have survived the early logging. E/M 13 km