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|About The Club
|Murray Valley Bushwalkers
|We provide an exciting range of outdoor adventure activities including over 200 events of 20 activity types in a year!
|Armidale Bushwalking Club
|Run walks about once a fortnight.
|Central West Bushwalking Club
|The club conducts outdoor activities on weekends and occasional week days throughout the year.
|Blue Mountains Conservation Society Bushwalking Club
|Come out & enjoy the bush with conservationists on Mon, Tues, Thurs & Sat
|Springwood Bushwalking Club
|Club undertake a variety of bushwalks from day walks to challenging multi-day wilderness adventures.
|The Walking Volunteers
|We work with the Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC), Western Sydney councils, Western Sydney Parklands Trust, NSW National Parks to develop the Western Sydney Walking Network
|Upper Blue Mountains Bushwalking Club
|Keep fit and meet some great people while enjoying the bush.
|Branches all over NSW
|National Parks Association of NSW
|NPA runs citizen science and community engagement programs, conservation campaigns and Australia’s largest bushwalking program.
|Walk in winter in far west NSW
|Brindabella Bushwalking Club
|We publish 2 Walks and Social Programs per year with 4 walks a week of varying grades. Around 200 activities of varying grades are conducted during the year, including day walks, overnight walks and trips away. These are primarily in Canberra’s Nature Reserves, Namadgi National Park and surrounding NSW areas.
|Canberra Bushwalking Club
|Our main activity is bushwalking (aka hiking, tramping). We also offer canoeing, canyoning, caving, conservation work parties, cross-country skiing, cycling, geocaching, liloing, and social activities.
|National Parks Association of the ACT
|We work to promote national parks, their good management, protection of fauna and flora, scenery, natural features and cultural heritage.
|Brisbane Water Outdoors Club
|We are located on the Central Coast of NSW and our activities include abseiling and canyoning, cycling and mountain biking, kayaking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing and walking.
|Central Coast Walking for Pleasure
|A weekly walk of 5-12 km in National Parks, State Forests and Council Reserves, etc. Also social outings.
|We are located on the Central Coast of NSW. Walks are held each Tuesday between March and early December. We primarily walk in the Central Coast/Lake Macquarie region but also travel to Sydney and Newcastle. New members are welcome.
|Coffs Coast Sole Sisters
|Coffs Coast Sole Sisters are a friendly tribe of women who love bushwalking and exploring the Coffs Coast and hinterland. We also have more challenging multi-day adventures travelling to destinations in New Zealand and Australia several times a year.
|Our volunteer leaders hope to offer a mix of walks for different experience and fitness levels, so we can all enjoy exploring our natural world on foot
|Geehi Bushwalking Club
|The club leads bushwalks in the Snowy Mountains, South Coast and ACT; as well as camping, cycling, cross-country skiing and canoeing adventures.
|Upper Lachlan Bushwalkers
|Our Club organises midweek and weekend walks in the Upper Lachlan and Central West environs, as well as overnight trips in spring and autumn seasons.
|Goulburn Bushwalkers Club
|U3A Goulburn Mulwaree Inc
|Ramblers and kayakers do approximately 3 bushwalks and 3 kayaks per term, usually on a Sunday.
|Clarence Valley Bushwalkers
|There are up to 5 scheduled club activities per month, including bushwalking of varying levels of difficulty, terrain and duration; kayaking / canoeing trips, overnight car-camps
|Inverell Bushwalking Club
|Our aim is to promote an interest in bushwalking, camping, birdwatching, nature photography, local history and the natural environment.
|Mudgee Bushwalking Club
|The Mudgee Bushwalkers are a social group who enjoy regular walks together.
|Narrabri Bushwalking Club
|Narrabri has a local Bushwalking Club who regularly meet to conduct group bushwalks.
|Hunter Area Walkabout Club
|Located in the Newcastle area, our walks take in Lake Macquarie, Newcastle, the Hunter Valley and Central Coast. We walk on Sundays and, in the summer months, also do a weekday twilight walk.
|Lake Macquarie Bushwalkers
|Organises walks on Wednesdays and Sundays,primarily in the Hunter Valley, Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Central Coast, and occasionally in the Sydney Area.
|Newcastle Bushwalking Club
|NBC's program includes Bushwalking, Cycling, and Kayaking, day walks, overnight walks, extended walks within Australia.
|Newcastle Ramblers Bushwalking Club
|The Club organises activities for both families and individuals, including walking, backpacking, kayaking, canyoning and cycling.
|Club covers very easy to very hard walks and bush sports.
|Byron Hikers Club Inc
|Non-profit organisation that re-connects people with the awe-inspiring beauty and and healing power of nature.
|Kyogle Bushwalkers Club
|We are a group of bushwalkers with a passion for exploring the environs of Kyogle in the Northern Rivers area of NSW, and beyond.
|Nimbin Bushwalkers Club
|Our club walks have been very well attended and in these trying times its great to get out and about in our area for some serious recharging of body and mind.
|Northern Rivers Bushwalkers Club
|We run a variety of activities each week in the National Parks, State Forests and coastal areas of the NSW North Coast Region, and beyond
|Yatra Bushwalking Club Inc
|A yatra is a unique journey providing a special environment to engage with and enquire deeply into the potential of ‘human awakening'.
|Batemans Bay Bushwalkers
|We are a crew of around 200 members, with the shared goal of finding, exploring and enjoying the natural secrets of our corner of Australia.
|Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers
|We offer bushwalks of various grades usually twice a week around the local area of Eurobodalla and Bega Valley, as well as club camps in other localities and some social activities.
|Shoalhaven Bushwalkers Inc. is a bushwalking club based in the beautiful Shoalhaven region on the south coast of New South Wales.
|Southern Highlands & Macarthur Region
|Mountain Devils Bushwalking Club
|Club walk in National Parks and other areas of natural beauty. Also along harbour foreshores and in historic suburbs.
|Southern Highlands & Macarthur Region
|Southern Highlands Bushwalkers
|An outdoor activities club which develops friendships through exploring natural wilderness and National Parks
|Southern Highlands & Macarthur Region
|Adventurous Women Who Walk (AWWW)
|We are a social walking group for adult Women exploring the Southern Highlands and beyond while meeting new friends along the way. Suitable for all fitness levels.
|All Nations Bushwalkers
|We are a small friendly group of bushwalkers from All Nations including Aussies. Most of our day walks of varying grades are in the National Parks around Sydney. We also run popular history and heritage walks.
|Bankstown Bushwalking Club
|Our club aims to connect people across Sydney with the great outdoors for fitness, friendship, activities and socialising.
|Bar Bushwalking Club Inc
|Holds 4 walks per year in Sydney and surrounding regions
|Catholic Bushwalking Club
|The Club is not limited to Catholics and is open to everyone who meets entry requirements.
|Coast and Mountain Walkers of NSW
|Club offer a variety of walks of varying difficulty in the beautiful national parks surrounding Sydney, as well as a number of social activities for members.
|Macquarie Explorers Club
|A small Bushwalking Club based in the Sydney Region. Walks on the 4th Sunday of each month at locations in and around the Sydney Basin, approximately 10-15 km, graded Easy to Medium, and occasionally some harder walks.
|NSW Nordic Ski Club
|Our activities include cross country touring, telemark skiing, alpine touring and track skiing.
|The Sydney based club runs a broad range of outdoor activities to cater for all fitness levels.
|Suboir United Bushwalkers
|The Sydney University Bushwalkers (SUBW) are a bushwalking (hiking) club based at the University of Sydney but open to all. We are a way for people to come together for bushwalking, canyoning, skiing and social events. Many of our bushwalks are in the Blue Mountains and other national parks near Sydney.
|Sydney Bush Walkers
|A passion for outdoor adventure in spectacular natural areas around Sydney, Australia and beyond, unites us as a bushwalking group. Leaving no trace and self sufficiency in the Aussie bush is our hallmark. Making new friends, promoting skills - navigation, first aid and leadership is our focus.
|Sydney Christian Bushwalkers
|We are a group of Christians who enjoy God’s creation through bushwalking and the pursuit of outdoor activities.
|Sydney University Bushwalkers
|Club is open to everyone, regardless of whether you are a student or not. Most people join at Welcome Fest at the beginning of the semester, but you can join at any time.
|The Bush Club
|The essential qualification for members should be a genuine love of the bush, a desire to protect it and a willingness to extend the hand of friendship to other bushwalkers.
|Warringah Bushwalking Club
|We feature energetic full day walks in the Greater Sydney region. Mostly on Sundays we visit National Parks and other bushland within a few hours drive from Sydney
|Yarrawood Bushwalking Club
|Members enjoy bushwalks ranging from half-day to full-pack multi-day walks along with kayaking and other outdoor activities.
|Wanderers Bushwalking Club
|Our activity programs are prepared quarterly. They include at least one full day activity per weekend, and occasional walks and social events during the week. Bushwalking trips are organised during the year.
|Up & Downers Bushwalking Club
|Club conducts moderate day walks within a 2 hour drive radius from Sydney, held most Saturdays..
|Sutherland Bushwalking Club
|The activities offered by our Club include bushwalking, cycling and kayaking.
|Hill View Bushwalkers
|Hill View Bushwalkers has Friday walks from mid-February to mid-November.
|Cumberland Plains Walkers
|We encourage appreciation of the natural environment through short and medium day walks in the Sydney region and Blue Mountains. Activities are on most weekends with occasional multiday car camps and touring trips.
|We identify, proof-walk and map landowner-approved walking routes around Greater Sydney then make these available through digital maps that may be down-loaded onto smartphones, etc. Over 900,000 walkers have accessed over 1,500 kilometres of walking routes on these maps.
|Tamworth Bushwalking & Canoe Club
|We participate in a range of activities, ranging from easy half-day walks suitable for anyone to more challenging day walks. We also go camping, canoeing, caving and orienteering.
|Manning River Canoe Club
|Club is currently not operating. Contact them if you would like to reactivate the club!
|Tumut and District Bushwalkers Inc.
|Tumut Bushwalkers meet most Sundays during the year with walks of all levels.
|Tumut Valley Canoe Club
|South Coast Bushwalking Club
|The South Coast Bush Walking Club (SCBW) is based in Wollongong. Most members reside in the Wollongong, Southern Sydney, Kiama and Southern Highlands areas.
|Illawarra Ramblers Club
|The Illawarra Ramblers Club is based in Wollongong and provides walking, kayaking, and cycling activities plus trips away. Our activities are graded to suit members’ abilities and are spread throughout the whole week. Located in the Illawarra we are close to and frequently access National Parks, coastal regions, the Illawarra Escarpment, rivers, lakes and the Southern Highlands. Try a couple of activities for free before joining.
|Multi-day walks A.K.A Packwalking
|Cycling and mountain biking
|Includes kayaking, canoeing & boating