Walks in the Warby

So, you’ve marked your calendars and booked your camping for The Wangaratta Event. What are you going to do when you get there? Why don’t you check out the nearby Warby-Ovens National Park? While the Ovens River section of the park has some great fishing spots, the Warby Range features beautiful forest and many walking and mountain bike trails. And they’re peppered liberally with close-to-the-track caches! What more could you want? If you’re after a long hike, then the Ridge Track is the one for you. Starting from Taminick Stile and ending at the Mt Glenrowan Lookout it features stunning … Continue reading Walks in the Warby

Camping at Wangaratta!

Have you booked your camping at the Wangaratta Showgrounds yet? As you can see from this post, there are two options available – both situated alongside the beautiful Ovens River. Click here to book your choice in either the Rodeo Ground or the Ovens Ground. Both powered and unpowered sites are available. As an added bonus for the 2021 Event, you can choose your site when you book. No more first at the campsite best dressed! (Although you’ll want to book now to get prime position!) Camping at the Showgrounds not your thing? Want to extend your stay? Check out … Continue reading Camping at Wangaratta!

Wonderful Wangaratta

Situated in the beautiful Ovens Valley, the City of Wangaratta straddles both banks of the Ovens River. It is home to just over 20,000 people and, of course, some great caches! Wangaratta is the gateway to amazing bushland and some fabulous parks. Of particular interest is The Bush Tucker Garden as well as many smaller playgrounds and recreational areas. The Ovens River provides a meandering ribbon of green land through the city – which means more parks and outdoor areas for you to enjoy. The Warby-Ovens National Park is just a short drive or cycle away and has lots of … Continue reading Wonderful Wangaratta