Peninsula Bushwalking Club
Peninsula Bushwalking Club was founded in 1979 and is based in Mount Martha on the Mornington Peninsula.
Our club is affiliated with Bushwalking Victoria (BWV) which is the peak body for Victorian bushwalkers.
The primary role of Peninsula Bushwalking Club is to promote, encourage and foster positive experiences associated with walking and bushwalking, and to ensure the members are made aware of the safe and correct procedures in bushwalking through activities and the sharing of experiences with other club members.
Our club program offers many activities other than day bushwalks to interest our members, including:
* overnight base camps and backpacks * snow shoe camps * extended multi day hikes, in Victoria, interstate and overseas * bike rides * indigenous education days * bird watching * Navigation Field Days * Snorkelling * Bare Foot Bowls and many other interesting events. Check out the Club Activities page or our Calendar, to see past and future activities.
If you are interested in participating in any of our walks, read the information on Becoming a Member and then come to our next meeting for more information.
The Club meets on the first Tuesday of the month, with two exceptions, none in January and the second Tuesday of the month in November.
Our Next Meeting is on March 2, 2021, 7:30pm at:
Mount Eliza Community Hall.
90 - 100 Canadian Bay Road, Mount Eliza
At each meeting we hear the walk leaders discuss the walks that will be held the following month as well as interesting guest speakers presenting topics on outdoor activities and environmental conservation.
March Presentation: Mount Everest Base Camp
Due to Covid Restrictions we advise that the following conditions are in place prior to entry:
A face mask must be worn
QR Code registration is required
Hand sanitiser will be available & required before entry
Observation of social distance with seating