Multiple Day Activities
Victorian Alps Backpacks 7 to 16 January
Covering Bogong High Plains, Razerback to Feathertop, Mount Cobbler Bluff Circuit. Grade: Easy to medium walks.
Book with leader: Graeme
Day Walks from Blackheath Caravan Park 5 to 7 February
Grade G3 Day Walks
Meet at at Blackheath Caravan Park Wed 5th Feb for a half day walk commencing 1300
Thurs 6th & Fri 7th Feb - day walks commencing 0900 from the Caravan Park.
Stay an extra night and do Julie Cox's Katoomba Waterfall Walk on Sat 8, and/or -
Option to go to Blue Mountains Ukulele Festival commencing 1600 Friday 7th February through to Monday 10th February at Katoomba. Book with Jennifer & Graeme
Murray River Canoe Trip - Yarrawonga to Tocumwal 23 to 29 February
Grade: Relaxed paddling approx. 100 km - 20 km per day, flat water
This is one of the best sections of the Murray River to canoe. There is some water flow but no rapids to negotiate. The river meanders through sections of state forests. There are many sandy beaches and good camp sites along the way, koalas are common. The plan is to camp at the Yarrawonga caravan park on Sunday 23rd and commence paddling of Monday 24th (we will leave the cars at Yarrawonga). We will camp out along the river 5 nights, the last night (Friday 28th at Tocumwal Town Beach). On Saturday 29th the drivers will catch the 8.50am bus to Yarrawonga to recover the vehicles.Book with leader: Trevor
Packwalk from Little Wobby to Woy Woy via Rocky Ponds and Mt Wondabyne. 28 and 29 March
Grade: G5 Distance 17km. Ascent /descent 588m.
Day 1: Little Wobby to Rocky Ponds, camp overnight at Tank Creek Campground.
Day 2 Tank Creek to Woy Woy via Mt Wondabyne. Steep rocky sections on tracks and fire trails. Creek crossings, waterfalls and ponds. Map: Broken Bay.
Book with leader: Merrilee
Newnes Car/cabin camp 30 March to 3 April
Monday 30 March and Friday 3 April are non-hiking transport days.
Book with leader Sylvia
Rail Trails Victoria Stage 3 Apr 17th to Apr 25th - Great Southern and Bass Coast Rail Trails
Book with Neil
May Day walk- Wednesday 6th A more challenging day walk in Dharug National Park. Allens Creek, Haycock Trig, Breakfast Creek. The trip will involve a steep climb and some scrub bashing. Interesting rainforest gullies, waterfalls and possibly aboriginal rock art. Map; Gunderman 1:25,000, Grade; G5. Meet 0800 at Spencer.
Book with leader: Trevor Henderson
Hat Head Explorer Car Camp. Mon 14th to Friday 18th - (Rescheduled from November 2019 because of fire danger, same activities though). Book with Neil