Bushwalking Club
PO Box 836 Bathurst, NSW 2795 Australia

The Central West Bushwalking club is an outdoors activity club based in the Central West of NSW. The club is a member of The NSW Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs Inc.

PO Box 1496 South Perth, WA 6951 Australia

The Action Outdoors Association (or AOA as we are commonly known as) is a non-profit recreational outdoor organisation based in the beautiful city of Perth in Western Australia.

PO Box 1056 Broken Hill, NSW 2880 Australia

The Barrier Rangers is an Organization of outdoor loving people ranging from single persons to family groups interested in Flora and Fauna, Bushwalking, Canoeing, Cycling and anything people like to do or organize.

PO Box 7014 Applecross North, WA 6153 Australia

Perth Bushwalkers Club Inc. is incorporated under the Western Australian Government’s Incorporated Bodies Act. It is the largest bushwalking club in Western Australia, with over 300 members.

Quakers Hall (lower level), 119 Devonshire Street Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Australia

Span Outdoors Incorporated (Span) is open to all who enjoy participating in adventurous outdoor activities. The Sydney based club runs a broad range of outdoor activities to cater for all fitness levels.

PO Box 534 Leederville, WA 6903 Australia

The Federation of Western Australian Bushwalkers was officially launched in October 1992 and was a body principally designed to deal with the bigger issues of bushwalking, such as negotiating with Government agencies, educating the general public, etc.

PO Box 41568 Casuarina, NT 0811 Australia

The Darwin Bushwalking Club is a recreational club, run on a voluntary basis by an elected committee for the benefit of its members. The club organises one-day or weekend walks throughout the year as well as occasional longer walks.

PO Box 43360 Casuarina, NT 0811 Australia

The aim of the NTRA is to continue to run events of a technically high standard and to raise the profile of rogaining in the Territory by building on existing good relationships with other sporting and community organizations, and businesses.


Most events run by Top End Orienteerers (TEO) are held in bushland areas in and around Darwin. The club runs 1 or 2 orienteering events each month, usually on the 2nd and 5th Sundays of the month, from about February to November.

The Old School House, Wharf street Logan Village, QLD 4207 Australia

The Logan & Beaudesert Bushwalkers was originally formed in October 1991 as the Village Bushwalkers. They still meet in the Old School house, Wharf St., Logan Village 4207 on the second Tuesday of every month.

PO Box 1397 Cairns, QLD 4870 Australia

The Cairns Bushwalkers would like to welcome you to our club and we look forward to you joining us on our walks around Far North Queensland and beyond. There are fantastic walking opportunities within two or three hours drive of Cairns.

6 Lawson Street Southport, QLD 4215 Australia

The Gold Coast Bushwalkers Club is an open club which has been running since 1975. With a membership of over 400 people it is one of the largest in the country.


Keep Walking is a community based bushwalking organisation which offers bush / leisure walks at various difficulty levels seven days of the week for most of the year, on a four term basis.

5/25 Leigh Street Adelaide, SA 5000 Australia

The ARPA Bushwalkers is an activity sub-group of the Australian Retired Persons Association (SA) Inc (ARPA). With almost five hundred members we are one of the largest walking groups in South Australia.

PO Box 360 Launceston, TAS 7250 Australia

Established in 1972 it is a relaxed Walking Club for everyone. Activities involve day walks, backpacking and social events.

Philip Smith Centre, 2 Edward Street Glebe, TAS 7000 Australia

The Pandani Bushwalking Club was formed at an inaugural meeting on 2 April 1992 and became a fully incorporated club on 19 June 1992.

PO Box 1007 Templestowe, VIC 3106 Australia

Bushwalking Victoria (formerly The Federation of Victorian Walking Clubs) is the peak body for all bushwalkers and bushwalking clubs in Victoria, Australia.

Australian National University, North Road Canberra, ACT 0200 Australia

The Australian National University Mountaineering Club (ANUMC) is Canberra’s largest and most active outdoor activities club. The ANUMC runs over 100 trips a year in a myriad of different activities. Whatever your outdoor passion and whatever your level, we probably cater for you.

PO Box 1827 Mildura, VIC 3502 Australia

The Sunraysia Bushwalkers Club is a member of the Federation of Victorian Walking Clubs. The Club was founded in 1977 and is based in Mildura in the Mallee region of north west Victoria. The Club has approximately 30 members.

Showing 1 - 20 of 22 results