Rascal Inc.

A club to share year round enjoyment of the Snowy Mountains with families and friends in a communally based environment.

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Welcome to Rascal Lodge

Rascal Dates

Sat 8 Oct 2022. Working bee. Join in to receive $100 of accommodation vouchers.
22 Oct 2022 Committee meeting at the Lodge
1 Dec 2022. Renewals for 2023 open 3 am Cbr time
25 Feb 2023. Working bee
Fri 3 March to Sun 5 March 2023. Hike de Femme. Contact HdF@rascal.asn.au to book.
Sat 29 April 2023. Working bee. Join in to receive $100 of accommodation vouchers.

Attractive Join or Re-Join Options

Attractive Re-join opportunities for previous Adult or Junior members.If you know someone who was once a member or a junior member and who might like to rejoin, perhaps because their life has moved to a different phase, then Rascal is offering very attractive ReJoin rates.

Attractive New Membership opportunity: Rascal is offering attractive Joining Fees  for the first member of a residence, and even better rates for additional adults at that residence.

Free Annual subscription in the year of joining!

News and events

More news and other info is on our
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Pre Christmas Get Together
Please RSVP to the Office Manager by 10 November.Click here for the pdf version. 

Committee planning for 2023
The Committee is meeting at the lodge 22 October. Fees, budget and plans for next year are on the agenda. If you would like to submit an item for the agenda send your proposal to the Office Manager by 15 October. There are still four vacant positions

Treat Time For These Good Boys (& Girls)
If anyone deserves a treat this @nationalscienceweek, it’s our botanist pups, Connor, Sally and Taylor.Helping protect sensitive environments in the high country, our Weed Eradication Detector Dogs are trained to identify orange hawkweed and mouse ha

Backcountry visitors are leaving poo piles
Backcountry visitors are leaving poo piles in the Australian Alps – and it’s a problemPascal Scherrer, Southern Cross University; Isabelle Wolf, University of Wollongong, and Jen Smart, University of WollongongSpring has arrived in Australia’s Snowy