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July, 2024

Monday
1
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This MJOC event is being run over 3 separate trips. You are welcome to book on all 3 trips or only one. For this first trip we will explore Lake Mungo the Minindee Lakes, Silverton and Broken Hill. This first stage is suitable for camper trailers, however, trailers are not suitable on the second stage.
Tuesday
2
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This MJOC event is being run over 3 separate trips. You are welcome to book on all 3 trips or only one. For this second trip we will explore the Flinders Ranges. This second stage is NOT suitable for camper trailers.
Saturday
6
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Recce for a trip at the more difficult end of the medium spectrum in the Tallarook State Forest
Sunday
7
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This MJOC event is being run over 3 separate trips. You are welcome to book on all 3 trips or only one. For this second trip we will explore the Flinders Ranges. This second stage is NOT suitable for camper trailers.
Monday
8
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This MJOC event is being run over 3 separate trips. You are welcome to book on all 3 trips or only one. For this third trip we will visit Nilpena, the Farina Ruins, Lake Eyre Sth, Coward Springs, the Pink Roadhouse in Oodnadatta, Dalhousie Springs, Mt Dare, Lambert‘s Centre and Coober Pedy..
Friday
12
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This MJOC event is being run over 3 separate trips. You are welcome to book on all 3 trips or only one. For this third trip we will visit Nilpena, the Farina Ruins, Lake Eyre Sth, Coward Springs, the Pink Roadhouse in Oodnadatta, Dalhousie Springs, Mt Dare, Lambert‘s Centre and Coober Pedy..
Monday
15
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MJOC Trip Leader Training Weekend
Theory Monday 15th Evening - Practical Camp Out Saturday 20th July Come Home Sunday 21st July PM
Sunday
21
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MJOC Trip Leader Training Weekend
Theory Monday 15th Evening - Practical Camp Out Saturday 20th July Come Home Sunday 21st July PM
Saturday
27
Buxton Shell
10:00 AM
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Volunteer weekend for our annual working bee to clean up 15 mile hut Heading up Saturday - collecting firewood on the way, hopefully finding snow to drive in Camp overnight - enjoying a camp fire Sunday will be the working bee - clearing around the hut - digging ditches - cleaning up inside the hut - collecting stacking and filling the wood area Bring Bruch cutters, chainsaws (if certified) shovels, cleaning gear Saturday Dinner Sunday -Breakfast and lunch will be provided If wish to just come sunday very welcome.
Sunday
28
Buxton Shell
10:00 AM
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Volunteer weekend for our annual working bee to clean up 15 mile hut Heading up Saturday - collecting firewood on the way, hopefully finding snow to drive in Camp overnight - enjoying a camp fire Sunday will be the working bee - clearing around the hut - digging ditches - cleaning up inside the hut - collecting stacking and filling the wood area Bring Bruch cutters, chainsaws (if certified) shovels, cleaning gear Saturday Dinner Sunday -Breakfast and lunch will be provided If wish to just come sunday very welcome.
Tuesday
30
Monash Halls
7:00 PM
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Our July Members meeting will be at 7:30pm on Tuesday 30th July, 2024.

Jason from Rooze (https://www.rooze.au) will be giving a presentation on camping and what savings can be had from hiring equipment!

This is sure to be another great presentation, so please come along either in person or via zoom!

The meeting will be held in our normal venue at 21A Electra Avenue Ashwood. As per normal Pizza and drinks will be available from 7:00pm. Please join for some very interesting presentations and general socialising!
We acknowledge and respect Victorian Traditional Owners as the original custodians of Victoria’s land and waters, their unique ability to care for Country and deep spiritual connection to it. We honour Elders past, present and emerging, whose knowledge and wisdom has ensured the continuation of culture and traditional practices.