Our first walk for 2021

A geology tour on March 21 led by well-known geologist Clive Willman will be the first 2021 event for the FOBIF walks program. This car excursion will be around the Guildford Plateau and Mount Franklin, an area shaped by the ancient Loddon River and recent volcanic activity.

We will be car pooling on the day and there will be a limit of 25 people. If you are interested you need to register by emailing FOBIF (info@fobif.org.au).

COVID government regulations at the time could prevent this event taking place. Check the website before the day. 

Clive Willman has led a number of terrific geology-based events for FOBIF. These photos were taken on a 2009 excursion. In the first photo is explaining the geological features of the Anticlinal Fold in Lyttleton Street and in the second he is pointing to the origin of the slate at the Castlemaine Post Office. 

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2 Responses to Our first walk for 2021

  1. Judy Annear says:

    Hello, can you tell me what the time frame for this walk is? thank you

    • Bronwyn says:

      We can’t be sure exactly but we think the event will finish at approximately 1pm. We meet at The Community House at 9.30 to start the tour.

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