The Wimmera Bushwalking Club may be one of the smallest walking clubs around, however we have managed to survive for more than 40 years - formed in 1972. Over those years, literally hundreds of members have passed through the club. Some of the original members are still in the club and we are always gaining new members.

The club is based in Horsham, in the heart of the Wimmera (central - west Victoria, Australia) and consists of people from towns all around the district.

The heart of the Grampians National Park (where most of our walks are conducted) is within an hours drive south of Horsham, while Mt. Arapiles, famous around the world for its rock-climbing, is only about a half hour drive west (near Natimuk). The Little Desert National Park is also located nearby, with the main accesses via Dimboola or Nhill.

Members meet the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 7.30pm at the Horsham RSL.There is usually an organised talk/ slide show of past walks or interesting videos to watch. Future walks are also discussed and planned on the night too.

We also produce a monthly newsletter, covering the happenings at meetings, walk reports, other bushwalking related articles, and recent photos.

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