Trip Program

Date Sort descending Type Title Grade Distance
Thu, 30 Sep
DAY Cremorne/Richmond Hill historical walk - repeat of 8/7 walk. Cremorne has been a a major manufacturing hub from the earliest settlement of Melbourne to the late 20th century, and whilst those manufacturers have disappeared, there are still reminders of them amidst a recent boon in property developments. Next door is Richmond Hill, the place to live in the late 19th century, with its commanding views of the City and Dandenongs at the time. S 10 km
Sat, 2 Oct
DAY George Bass Coastal Walk. Kilcunda to Punch Bowl return walk along a well defined track with fabulous views of Bass Strait, neighbouring farmland and unusual beach houses! Hoping to view Southern Right Whales!. M 18 km
Fri, 15-25 Oct BC Grampians Silo Tour. Several walks in the Grampians. Tour of the Silos in the Mallee. Stawell mine walk in Avoca/ Maryborough. Underground wine tour of Seppelts/Lunch on the way up. I have booked accommodation for 12 in Halls Gap rolled over from 2019, As I have 10 applicants from the 2019 banner/canceled 2020, I will endeavour to increase numbers to 16 depending on interest, accommodation availability, and couples. M 16 km
Sat, 16 Oct DAY Sorrento to Bridgewater Bay return. A medium level 14km walk that starts with a gentle climb to follow a cliff top track. There are great views in numerous sections of the walk - some dramatic coastline sections, some fancy beach houses, other sections of pretty coastal tree cover. Good walking tracks half the time, and the other half is on sand tracks. M 14 km
Mon, 18-22 Oct
BC Dunkeld & District. Leave for Dunkeld on Mon. 18th Oct & Return home on Fri. 22nd. We will walk Mt. Sturgeon, Abrupt & Picannini as well as exploring Hamilton, Cavendish & Nigretta Falls. M 8 km
Mon, 18 Oct DAY First Aid Training. 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. M 1 km
Tue, 19 Oct CYC Tuesday Morning Bike Rides. Every Tuesday morning until Christmas 2021, a bike ride along the Bay is planned. We'll meet at a coffee shop in Hampton and ride North or South depending on the wind direction. So the end point could be CBD or Mordialloc. The start date is Tuesday 19 October, hoping for no Covid lockdown. E/M 20 km
Wed, 20-24 Oct CON BTAC - AAWT from Taylors Crossing. Track maintenance in the Alpine National Park along the Australian Alps Walking Track from Taylors Crossing following the Mitta Mitta River. For further information and to register see For further inquiries contact the project leader Joe Van Beek, phone 0411 749 799. N.B. Parks Victoria now require all volunteers to hold a Working With Children Permit. M 10 km
Fri, 5-15 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, The original 12 people who registered have been booked in. Waitlist is 15 . We will have a support vehicle ( Geoff Trist ) CANCELLED. H 25 km
Fri, 5-7 Nov BC Beeripmo Base Camp. Camp at Richards Campground Friday evening, enjoy the campfire and a comfy mattress in your tent. Day 1 Saturday Depart the campsite at 8:30 and walk the Beeripmo circuit, expect to be back in camp by 4 pm. Overnight at Richards, or opt to go home. Day 2 Sunday Depart camp at 8:30 and drive around to Middle Creek campground, about a 30 minute drive. Walk to Bukkertillible Walk - start Middle Creek 3.2km, 1hour, 30 minutes return to the cave. M/H 23 km