Mount Buninyong hike for local gay, bi and queer men – Ballarat Pride Month

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Join us on Saturday June 8 for a social hiking event for local gay, bi and queer men* up Mount Buninyong as part of Ballarat Pride Month. The full walk up and back is roughly 11kms and takes about 2.5hrs. But we will stop at the top of the Mountain for a break and picnic. Also, for those interested you’re welcome to join us at The Crown Hotel for lunch at the end of the walk. Meeting at 10:15am at the Buninyong Botanical Gardens on Scott Street we will start walking up the Goldfields Trail to Mount Buninyong at 10:30am – so don’t be late! If you’re unable to do the full walk there will be a meeting point closer to the top of Mount Buninyong. Select this ticket and we’ll contact you with the meeting location and time at a later date.

WET WEATHER CONTINGENCY – keep your eye on your email and we will contact you to change the route/length if the weather is too inclement.

*note: this is a trans inclusive event. Anyone that identifies as a man is welcome.

Content: City of Ballarat


  • Sat 8 Jun

10am–2pm

Buninyong Botanical Gardens

Scott Street, Buninyong VIC 3357

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Free, but booking is required: https://events.humanitix.com/mount-buninyong-hike-for-local-gay-bi-and-queer-men-ballarat-pride-month-event


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