The ACAV believes that all climbing clubs, groups, associations and businesses can work together as a united front to promote climbing as a healthy, environmental and culturally minded activity.
Next week on Wednesday 18 September, the ACAV will be hosting a meeting for all Victorian climbing clubs and related organisations and business to come and learn more about who and what the ACAV are.
This initiative is to share with key stakeholders in our climbing community, the purpose of the ACAV and what the ACAV have been working on with regards to access issues.
The agenda is as follows
- Who is on the ACAV Committee
- What is the ACAV all about?
- Key Current Activities:
- Legal situation and Parks Victoria
- Climbing Management Plan
5. Working with other Victorian climbing organisations:
- Founding Body
- Parks Victoria Climbing Round table Meetings
The invitation has been sent to all committee members of the following clubs, organisations and businesses. If your club is not represented in this list or you are a committee member of one of those below but have not received an email invitation, feel welcome to email the ACAV secretary via firstname.lastname@example.org
|Adventure Guides Australia|
|Cliffhanger Climbing Gym|
|Hardrock Climbing Gym|
|La Roca Boulders|
|La Trobe University Mountaineering Club|
|Melbourne University Mountaineering Club|
|Monash University Outdoor Club|
|Mount Bogong Club|
|Mountain Sports Collective|
|New Zealand Alpine Club|
|North Walls Climbing Gym|
|RMIT Outdoor Club|
|Sport and Recreation Victoria|
|Sport Climbing Australia|
|Sport Climbing Victoria|
|Swinburne Explorers Club|
|Victorian Climbing Club|
|Western Victorian Climbing Club|
|The Wilderness Shop|