Date:  Wednesday 21 October 2020

Type:  General Meeting

Grade:  Meeting

Leader:  President




A unique link to log into the Zoom meeting will be sent out prior to the meeting. If you haven't received yours, please contact the Club President.


The waiting room will open at 7:45pm from which members can log on, test their microphone/speakers, etc and chat with other members. The formal meeting starts at 8.00pm sharp.


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Date: Monday 5th - Saturday 10th October

Type:  Extended Trip

Grade: D

Leader:  John Bradley


Part A: The Grampians


The Grampians features some of Victoria’s most spectacular scenery and stunning native wildflowers. This trip is timed to see some wildflowers in bloom, and before the summer dries out the bush. The second week of NSW school holidays, but the Victorian schools will have already gone back, so we should avoid the crowds. Finishing on Saturday morning, this allows members two days to return home for the first week back at school.

We will start our trip in Hall’s Gap, the centre of the Grampians, where our base will be at the caravan park. The park provides a great range of accommodation options including tent sites, caravan sites with or without power, and cabins.

There is a wide range of activities available to Grampians visitors. Our activities will include short and half-day bush walks to spectacular lookouts and waterfalls, scenic drives and a visit to the Brambuk National Park and Aboriginal Culture Centre. Or do your own thing – stroll the village, go cycling or just relax with the view. Some 4WD scenic drives are planned, the tracks are rated medium in parts.

Subject to whatever Covid-19 restrictions are in force at the time. Sorry no pets.


Contact John for more information.


Date: Sunday 11th - Saturday 17th October

Type:  Extended Trip

Grade: C

Leader:  John Bradley


Part B: Western Victoria


Western Victoria features several dry country scenic national parks which incorporate numerous lakes, including the amazing Pink Lakes. Nature walks and birdwatching are recommended activities. The Mallee country offers a unique landscape to explore.

Heading north from the Grampians the plan is to visit Wyperfeld, Big Desert and Murray-Sunset National Parks, finishing in Mildura. Camping will be two nights at each of three different locations, including the last two nights camped beside the Murray River.

Subject to whatever Covid-19 restrictions are in force at the time. This trip is suitable for camper-trailers. Sorry no pets.


Contact John for more information.