Mid-week Walk - June - Wandiligong
Another stunning winter's day..and our group of 8 Benalla Bushwalking Club walkers (energised by coffee from a cute new cafe in Bright) left our cars at Dougherty's Bridge, just out of Bright, and followed the 6km return Wandi Walk, along pristine Morses Creek, to Alpine Park. We diverted through the quaint town of Wandiligong to the historic Gold Diggings area by the creek, where the original Chinese Bridge has been preserved, together with information boards in English and Chinese, explaining the history of this interesting area. Lunch in the sunny rotunda in Alpine Park was followed by a stroll along the Creek track back to the cars. Afternoon tea (more food!) was shared in Howitt Park in Bright. Thanks to our leader John Boehm for a lovely walk in a picturesque area. Special welcome to Kay and Gordon, on their first outing with the Benalla Bushwalking Club: hope we gave you a taste of the pleasures of Bushwalking..
The Benalla Bushwalking Club is resuming its bushwalking program on Wednesday 10 June in accordance with the new government guidelines
Wednesday 10th June 2020 WANDILIGONG S-3-3
The walk starts at Dougherty Bridge on Morses creek heading to Wandiligong and then on to the ‘Diggings’ to have a look around and return.
Meet at the Tennis Courts Barkly St (behind Aldi)
Meet 8.15 am Leave Benalla 8.30 am
Leader: John Boehm 0428 254801
Benalla Bushwalking Group's 'Mid Week Walks'
Walks organised by the Benalla Bushwalking Club Inc. held on the second Wednesday of each month, weather permitting. These walks are suitable for the retired person of reasonable fitness. U3A members wishing to go on these walks need to join the Benalla Bushwalking Club for insurance purposes. Membership fees at present are $45 per person or $40 incl. $5 discount if paid before March 31. We pool cars and share transport costs.
The group meets on the 2nd Wednesday at 9.30 am or thereabouts at the Barkly Street carpark - old tennis courts behind Aldi. Information on meeting times for specific walks will be included in newsletters and on the calendar on the website.
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John Boehm 0428 254 801
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