Last update -- 27 July 2022

Important Information Conerning COVID19

To be eligible to participate in CAEX activities, members and visitors must be fully vaccinated in accordance with Victorian Government public health requirements.

CAEX generally organises two walks per calendar month and these are typically on a Sunday.  Most walks are easy to medium day walks of around 10kms or less.  Weekends away are also a regular feature and can involve either camping or accommodation in a caravan park, or shared accommodation, with day walks organised on each day. We also do occasional extended trips interstate and overseas.  The calendar is regularly updated as walks are added to the program. Click or tap the activity in the calendar for more information on the walk.

Prospective members are welcome to attend most walks and activities (not extended or overseas trips) as temporary members for the duration of the walk or activity that they register for. Prior to commencing the walk or activity temporary members are required to sign an Acknowledgement of Risk form acknowledging the risks and obligations of participating. More information is provided on the Join Us page.


During summer months, walks in forest areas are automatically cancelled on total fire ban days or if a Code Red fire danger warning has been issued for the area in which the activity is being held.  Walks in all areas may be cancelled when the forecast temperature is 32 degrees or higher.

Looking for ideas on where to walk?  Go to Bushwalking Victoria's where2walk website

The Walk Grading system used by CAEX is:


Walking on formed tracks through level or gently undulating terrain.  Distance up to 8km.  Typically 2 – 3 hours walking at a relaxed pace.


Walking on formed tracks through level or gently undulating terrain.  Distance between 8km and 12km.  Typically 4 – 5 hours walking at a relaxed pace.


Walking on formed or well marked tracks through level or undulating terrain.  May include short off track sections and some climbs and descents.  Distance typically between 12km and 18km and up to 6 hours walking.


Walking on and off tracks through undulating terrain with sustained climbs and descents.  May involve rough terrain, thick scrub and/or rock scrambling.  Distance typically between 15km and 18km and 6 to 8 hours walking.

If you are a prospective member and would like to participate in any of these activities please contact the club at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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