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June 2016

Day Hike / Bushwalk

Mount Macedon: Winter Perfection

Standard, June 24, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 0 Comments

An easy drive from Geelong (or Melbourne), Mount Macedon is well worth a trip down the highway. It’s a real treat for hiker’s here – the 30km Macedon Ranges Walking Trail (MRWT) is easily broken up into smaller day walks for people of many different levels of fitness, including kids and families. Apart from around […]

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Day Hike / Bushwalk

The Otway’s – Spoilt For Choice!

Standard, June 13, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 0 Comments

The Otway’s and the Great Ocean Road are well known (and loved) the world over – and for good reason.   From the stunning coastal towns of Lorne, Anglesea, and Apollo Bay, to the inland delights of Forrest, Birregurra and Pennyroyal – there’s something to keep everyone happy. As easy drive from Melbourne or Geelong, this […]

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Hiking / Bushwalking Essentials

Hiker’s: The New Breed

Standard, June 3, 2016, samlcook, 0 Views 0 Comments
geelong hiking

Gone are the days of putting on your thick brown woollen socks, your sensible khaki shorts (or zip off pants), plaid shirt, stiff leather boots, and heading out for a hike.  Blokey blokes with a thick beard (or particularly adventurous women), a walking pole made from a stick found in the bush, and above average […]

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