Tararua Tramping Club clubrooms
|4 Moncrieff Street|
|off Elizabeth Street, Mt Victoria, Wellington|
You will also find us here for social activities, and other meetings and events.
The hall is hired out, both to other tramping clubs, and to community and commercial groups. The hall floor is 9.2m wide and 12.6m long and there are individual cloth covered seats for 145. To make a booking please contact Brent Harrison -> mailto:ttc [period] clubrooms [snail] ttc [period] org [period] nz?Subject=Query from TTC website on (04) 479 3306 .
The nearest bus stops are for:
- routes 1, 3, 23 & 43 Kent Terrace Southbound & Cambridge Terrace Northbound;
- routes 2 & 5 Elizabeth St Eastbound & Elizabeth St Westbound;
- and all Courtenay Place buses are just a short walk away.
Next club night topic:
Occupying the valley between Ngaio/Crofton Downs and Wadestown, the park is part of the ecological corridor between the harbour and outer green belt. Peter Reimann unravels a long history of interferences in the valley, and talks about restoration work carried out by the Trelissick Park Group, with TTC’s assistance. The new track from Oban Street and footbridge are welcome additions.
In May '18 Pete Smith and Trish hired bikes and cycled along the Loire River from Blois to Saumur, admiring the many chateaux and small villages, and enjoying the local food.
Jonty Crane followed in the footsteps of Australian and Japanese soldiers through tropical rainforest on the historic 96km Kokoda Track, exploring remote villages and relics from WW2.
The weather was too hot, with not enough wind, when six trampers led by Peggy Munn perspired across the Kaimanawa tops, climbing the highest peak on the way. Great country for a wilderness trip.
Want to get the best out of your tramping gear and make it last longer? Or upgrade to modern, lightweight gear in the latest materials and designs, so that you can take some stress out of tramping and remain active for longer? Daniel Thomas, manager of Bivouac Outdoor Wellington, shows us a selection of the latest gear available.
Megan Sety teaches yoga to help others prevent and recover from injuries. Come along and learn what yoga is, what you do in a yoga class, and some simple exercises you can do at home or on the track to help your balance, flexibility, strength and recovery.