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'Tuesday Walks' have evolved from an occasional mid week saunter to become one of our most popular events. Held every Tuesday, (weather and other circumstances permitting), the walks explore the local bush, beaches, rail trails and even local Gippsland townships anywhere from Phillip Island, to Mirboo North and Wilson's Promontory in the south.

The walks are designed to cater for all abilities and are usually of  8 - 12 km's in length and timed to finish around midday for coffee.

Would be walkers might find the following links to be useful: 

Link to Tips and Information for Walkers 

Emergency Medical and Contact Information


Korumburra - Cooks Hill 5.22

24/05/2022 9:00 am -1:00 pm
Korumburra Railway Station

Ian James will lead the group today on a "steep curve" !  Cooks Hill, located 10 km north of  Korumburra,  provides  panoramic views of South Gippsland and beyond  - including Bass Strait, Hoddle Range, Wilsons Prom, Mt. Baw Baw, Western Port Bay  and the Strzelecki Ranges. Not to mention a birds eye view of Korumburra!

Meeting and starting at 9am from the Korumburra Railway Station this walk is on a mixture of pathways and roads to the lookout at Cooks Hill and return. 


Alberton to Port Albert 5.22

31/05/2022 9:00 am -2:00 pm

Ken Moulton will be our leader today promising a walk, fish and chips and an ice-cream! Port Albert was the supply port for Gippsland pioneers until the completion of the Melbourne - Sale railway in 1878. It remains a commercial port today and boasts the best fish and chips in South Gippsland.

Meet at Alberton General Store at 9am .  We will car shuffle  to Port Albert. The walk begins in Alberton  

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Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne 6.22

07/06/2022 10:00 am -2:00 pm

Gayle McHarg will lead the group today through the Royal Botanic Gardens - Cranbourne (RBGC) . Completed in October 2012 the Australian Garden was transformed from a sandmine and scrub to a botanic garden of international standing. RBGC offers a differnt picture every season. 

Meet Gayle in the carpark RBGC at 10am. Check weather forecast and dress appropriately, bring snacks and carry water. 


Mirboo North March 6.22

14/06/2022 9:00 am -2:00 pm

Julie James will "march” the group today on a trail not seen before. This is a new walk is through the bush surrounding the picturesque Mirboo North rail trail. 

Meet Julie in the car park opposite the Shire Hall in Mirboo North at 9am. As an incentive and extra treat the walk will end in the shelter BBQ area in the park where marvelous homemade soup and bread will be served. 


Tarwin Lower to Venus Bay 6.22

21/06/2022 9:00 am -1:00 pm

Graham Clements will lead walkers today along the meandering Tarwin River to Venus Bay. Please meet at the Long Table in Tarwin Lower at 9am

This is an easy walk on the pathway alongside the Tarwin River through Venus Bay township to the beach and return. 

 There is an option of a dining at the famous Tarwin Lower Hotel overlooking the Tarwin River at the end of the walk. 


Penguin Parade to the Nobbies 6.22

28/06/2022 9:00 am -1:00 pm

Elizabeth Pearce will lead this 9km wild, windy, winter coastal walk along the southern most part of Victoria. Meet Elizabeth at the public toilets in San Remo at 9am and then drive over the bridge to Phillip Island and continue to just past the Visitor Centre up at the lookout. The walk begins just past Penguin Parade entrance and follows the coast for 4.5km to the Nobbies Centre. Along the way there is an opportunity to stop at the three lookout platforms to soak up the spectacular views.  Whales migrate in these waters between May and September and can be sighted from these platforms.