Trip Program

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Fri, 4-14 Nov BC Aussie Camino. 160km walk along the Mary McKillip path. Walking from Portland to Penola. Coastal for first half, then inland to Coonawarra, Averaging 23 km per day.One 30km day. Rest day on the Glenelg River at Nelson. Canoeing to Princess Margaret Caves . As this walk was scheduled in 2019/20/21, The original 14 people who registered in 2021 and paid their deposit have been booked in. . We will have a support vehicle ( Geoff Trist ). VACANCY for 1 couple. as at 14/4/2022. H 25 km
Thu, 3 Nov DAY Craigieburn: Aitken and Malcolm Creek Trails. Catch Metro to Craigieburn. Walk the Aitken and Malcolm Creek Trails and see the extensive revegetation done along the two creek corridors. Native grasslands and grassy woodlands such as those found in Malcom Creek Nature Reserve occurred across the Craigieburn area before European settlement. There are some 400 year old River Red Gums on this walk. At the end of the walk, route 533 bus to Craigieburn station. Committed bookings only; no book now, cancel later walkers, please. E 13 km
Sun, 30 Oct DAY Part of Goldfields Track/Welsh Village/Garfields Wheel. A walk through the Gold fields outside Chewton towards remnants of goldmining via Garfields Wheel towards area named Welsh Village and return to Chewton. M 15 km
Sat, 29 Oct DAY Bells Beach to Point Addis. A lovely coastal and heathland walk which links two well-known beaches and includes a nature walk and a Koori culture walk. M 15 km
Fri, 28-31 Oct O/N Little Desert National Park. On Friday 28/10 drive to Nat Park & camp at Horseshoe Bend campground (Fees Apply). Saturday, drive 5 km along the River Track and park cars. Walk to Yellow Gums Campground (16 km). Sunday walk to Kiata Campground (21km). Monday walk to Mallee Campground (20 km). Tuesday 1st Nov walk on Discovery Desert Track for 9 km and then 6 km off-track to return to cars and drive home. Walk-in campsite facilities include water and toilets. M 45 km
Thu, 27 Oct DAY Kensington to Yarraville. Travel by Metro to Newmarket (Craigieburn line). Walk from the former Newmarket Saleyards (operational 1859 to 1987) to Yarraville mainly via the Stock Route and Maribyrnong River trails. Committed bookings only; no book now, cancel later walkers, please. E 12 km
Tue, 25 Oct DAY First Aid Training – HLTAID011 – Provide First Aid Blended. Red Cross, on behalf of BBC, is running a nationally recognised First Aid Certificate course for first-time learners or for people who want to upgrade their qualifications. This blended course requires a prior online module followed by a one-day face-to-face training session that will cover all topics for the First Aid Certificate Course. E 1 km
Sun, 23 Oct DAY Sugarloaf Reservoir. The walk begins from Bridge Rd carpark in an anti clockwise direction. The track is made of grass and gravel tracks. There is a slight change to the track winneke solar company had built. Meet at Bridge road car park at 8.45 to start walk at 9am. There is a solar station to look at with some 800 panels. We will notice there are orange markers all around the reservoir. It is a great walk come and see for yourself. Undulating in parts and muddy in sections. M 16 km
Sun, 23 Oct DAY Yarrabubba Track. Bunyip State Forest. Beautiful part of Bunyip State Forest. South of Mortimer Picnic Ground. Lots of birdlife, kangaroos, possible sightings of elusive echidna. M 14 km
Sat, 22 Oct DAY Mt St Leonard and Tanglefoot track circuit. Our track winds through Mountain Ash forests with many older giants in the gullies. The area is known for its prolific bird-life including lyre birds, kookaburras, cockatoos and currawongs. The lookout tower on Mt St Leonard gives panoramic views of the surrounding area. M/H 18 km