Life of Ridges

At the opening of Walking Country: a photographic journey on Friday 21 September, long-standing member and treasurer for over 20 years (and still counting) Ernie Richards was awarded life membership.

Peter Nowak, who first met Ernie in 1986, penned a glowing tribute for the man who loves shortcuts and ridge walking. Read it here:

Life for ERNIE

Now in his 70s, Ernie is still getting out on the trail and pounding out the kilometres, in Central Australia, Nepal and New Zealand.

About centralozbushwalkers

We are an incorporated association, but really we are an informal group of bushwalkers. We conduct day and overnight walks in Central Australia, both on- and off-track. Visitors and new members are welcome on the walks.
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One Response to Life of Ridges

  1. Gerd-Peter Zauke, Oldenburg, Germany says:

    I greatly appreciated the hommage “life for Ernie” posted on this page . Especialy the sentence “Ernie has given so generously of his time, knowledge and possessions so that others can experience the magnificence of our region” is exactly matching my experience when I met him in Alice Springs in April 2013. After a short e-mail contact he picked me up from the Airport and next day we made a delightful tour to Simpsons Gap in the MacDonnell Ranges. I was also inspired by him to make a bicycle tour on the track from Flynns Grave to Simpsons Gap. Overall, together with the Pioneer Pass Club walk one of my greatest expierience visiting Australia.

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