Bushwalking Clubs in New South Wales, Australia

Bushwalking Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 47

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  • All Nations Bushwalkers ---- Visited: 401 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11576

    Most of our activities involve bushwalking in the national parks within 100km of Sydney, including the Blue Mountains, Ku-ring-gai Chase, Royal, Wollemi, Bouddi, Brisbane Waters, Dharug, Marramarra and Sydney Harbour national parks, or the parks and reserves of the NSW Southern Highlands and Illawarra regions. In Sydney, we're lucky to have these great places close by.
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  • Armidale Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 105 Times

    Armidale

    Listing id: 11580

    Armidale Bushwalking Club was formed in late 2004. We have about 50 members, and run walks about once a fortnight. The club also brings people together to organise their own trips, from an afternoon stroll to extended overseas backpacks.
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  • Bankstown Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 126 Times

    Mt. Lewis

    Listing id: 11583

    We are a bushwalking club that is also involved in canyoning, abseiling, caving, cycling and a variety of other activities. Club meetings are held on once a month on Monday nights at: Georges Hall Community Centre, 188 Birdwood Road, Georges Hall.
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  • Barrier Rangers Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 91 Times

    Broken Hill

    Listing id: 11586

    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.
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  • Batemans Bay Bushwalkers ---- Visited: 169 Times

    Batemans Bay

    Listing id: 11589

    The Batemans Bay Bushwalkers was formed in 1985 and is now approximately 180 members strong. We are an active Club, walking twice a week from February to November inclusive - that's approximately 80 walks every year.
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  • Blue Mountains Conservation Society Bushwalking Group ---- Visited: 100 Times

    Glenbrook

    Listing id: 11593

    The Blue Mountains Conservation Society is a voluntary group of about nine hundred members helping to conserve the World Heritage Blue Mountains region.
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  • Brisbane Water Outdoors Club ---- Visited: 226 Times

    Central Coast

    Listing id: 39282

    The club has been in existence since 1978, currently has 130 members and is affiliated with the Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs of NSW. The Club holds monthly General Meetings on the first Wednesday of the month commencing at 7.30 pm at the Narara Neighbourhood Centre, 2-12 Pandala Road, Narara.
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  • Central West Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 92 Times

    Bathurst

    Listing id: 11594

    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.
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  • Clarence Valley Bushwalkers ---- Visited: 71 Times

    Grafton

    Listing id: 11597

    The fortnightly events include day walks, car camping, overnight backpacking, cycling, canoeing and other social events. These outdoor events offer members the opportunity to experience the bush, to see animals and birds in their natural environment, to enjoy the great outdoors, and to meet new friends with similar interests.
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  • Coast and Mountain Walkers of NSW Inc. ---- Visited: 224 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11600

    The Coast and Mountain Walkers of NSW (often abbreviated as the CMW) was founded in 1934 and is a large, active bushwalking club based in metropolitan Sydney. We 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. We even offer courses to help develop navigation skills.
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  • Dubbo Field Naturalist & Conservation Society Inc. ---- Visited: 93 Times

    Dubbo

    Listing id: 12002

    The DUBBO FIELD NATURALIST AND CONSERVATION SOCIETY ("DUBBO FIELD NATS") has been a voice for environmental responsibility and conservation ethics in the Dubbo region since 1977.
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  • Fairfield Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 123 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11602

    Fairfield Bushwalking Club was established in 1979. It is a not-for-profit, volunteer association managed by a committee. We aim to arrange weekly walks on Sundays and occasionally weekend camps. We also organise car camps normally on long weekends.
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  • Inverell Bushwalking Club Inc. ---- Visited: 68 Times

    Inverell

    Listing id: 11604

    The Club was founded in Inverell, New South Wales, in 1992 and currently has a membership of around 40. We draw our membership not only from Inverell and district, but from as far afield as Glen Innes, Armidale, Ashford, Warialda and Moree.
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  • Ku-Ring-Gai Bushwalkers Activity & Social Group Inc. ---- Visited: 125 Times

    Asquith

    Listing id: 11978

    Ku-Ring-Gai Bushwalkers Activity & Social Group Inc. may be reached thru PO Box 3121, Asquith, NSW 2077.
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  • Life's An Adventure ---- Visited: 155 Times

    Manly

    Listing id: 12010

    Join us on our social bushwalking tours in Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Our weekend social bushwalks provide a fun way to meet new people and discover the hidden treasures of Sydney's National Parks.
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  • Macquarie Explorers Club ---- Visited: 119 Times

    West Ryde

    Listing id: 11656

    We are a small Bushwalking Club based in the Sydney Region. Bushwalks are conducted on the 4th Sunday of each month at different locations in and around the Sydney Basin.
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  • Mountain Devils Bushwalking and Social Club Inc. ---- Visited: 87 Times

    Campbelltown

    Listing id: 11608

    The Mountain Devils Bushwalking and Social Club Inc.(The Mountain Devils) is a club dedicated to the enjoyment of the great Australian bush in the company of people who share a passion for its beauty and also provide wider opportunities for the creation of friendships through regular social activities.
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  • Mudgee Bushwalkers Club Inc. & Bike Riders ---- Visited: 65 Times

    Mudgee

    Listing id: 11610

    The Mudgee Bushwalkers have been in operation for over 12 years. The bike riding came later as an off shoot to the club's other activities, but is now an integral part of the quarterly schedule. The current membership is 63.
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  • Narrabri Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 81 Times

    Narrabri Shire

    Listing id: 11612

    The club was formed in April 1974 and currently has approximately 44 members. It is open to all ages (as long as children are accompanied by a responsible adult member). You just need to bring along a smile and a sense of adventure. The club also brings people together to organize their own trips, from an afternoon stroll to extended overseas backpacks.
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  • Newcastle Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 125 Times

    Charlestown

    Listing id: 11614

    Newcastle Bushwalking Club is a group of people committed to having fun safely in the outdoors. We pride ourselves on being a group of friendly and accepting people who welcome and encourage new participants in outdoor adventure sports.
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  • Newcastle Ramblers Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 88 Times

    Charlestown

    Listing id: 11616

    The Newcastle Ramblers Bushwalking Club's objectives are to promote bushwalking, camping and related recreational activities, increase the knowledge of members in the art of safe bushwalking, develop leadership skills and foster an appreciation of the environment and cultural considerations.
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  • Nimbin Bushwalkers Club Inc. ---- Visited: 46 Times

    Nimbin

    Listing id: 11617

    Nimbin Bushwalkers Club Inc. may be reached thru PO Box 61, Nimbin, NSW 2480.
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  • Northern Rivers Bushwalkers Club ---- Visited: 49 Times

    Lismore

    Listing id: 11620

    The club is an organization which runs a variety of bushwalking activities each weekend in the National Parks, State Forests and coastal areas of the North Coast Region. The club has been operating since 1976 and is based in Lismore.
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  • NSW Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs ---- Visited: 91 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11556

    The Confederation is the peak New South Wales organisation for non-commercial bushwalking and associated outdoor recreation activities. We are a confederation of individual Bushwalking Clubs across the state of NSW, and we were formed in 1932 to represent the interests of our member Bushwalking Clubs.
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  • Shoalhaven Bushwalkers Inc. ---- Visited: 84 Times

    Nowra

    Listing id: 11622

    Shoalhaven Bushwalkers Inc. is a bushwalking club based in the beautiful Shoalhaven region on the south coast of New South Wales which is centred in Nowra - approximately 160 kms south of Sydney. The club is a non-political, community group affiliated with the Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs (NSW) Inc.
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  • South Coast Bushwalking Club Inc. ---- Visited: 119 Times

    Wollongong East

    Listing id: 11624

    The South Coast Bush Walking Club (SCBW) is based in Wollongong. Most members reside in the Wollongong, Southern Sydney, Kiama and the Southern Highlands areas.
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  • Southern Highlands Bushwalkers Inc. ---- Visited: 72 Times

    Bowral

    Listing id: 11627

    Southern Highlands Bushwalkers (Inc) is an outdoor activities club which develops friendships through exploring natural wilderness and National Parks. We endeavour to plan activities to suit the needs of both individuals and families.
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  • Span Outdoors Inc. ---- Visited: 84 Times

    Sydney South

    Listing id: 12000

    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.
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  • Springwood Bushwalking Club Inc. ---- Visited: 85 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11628

    Springwood Bushwalking Club Incorporated (SBC) is a member of the NSW Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs. The club maintains around 250 members and operates mostly in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney.
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  • Sutherland Bushwalking Club Inc. ---- Visited: 157 Times

    Sutherland

    Listing id: 11631

    Sutherland Bushwalking Club Inc provides opportunities for safe bush sports activities. Membership is open to all people 18 years and over, and currently stands at approximately 300 members. The activities offered by our Club include bushwalking, cycling, kayaking and canoeing, abseiling and canyoning.
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  • Sydney Christian Bushwalkers ---- Visited: 102 Times

    Engadine

    Listing id: 11635

    The association was founded in June 1974 and adopted the name Scripture Union Bushwalkers because the founders were members of Scripture Union (NSW) who enjoyed bushwalking together.
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  • Sydney University Bushwalkers ---- Visited: 106 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11659

    Sydney University Bushwalkers (SUBW) is a Sydney-based outdoors and bushwalking club catering to all levels of experience. There are usually two or more Club trips each week.
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  • Tamworth Bushwalking and Canoe Club ---- Visited: 64 Times

    Tamworth

    Listing id: 11637

    The Tamworth Bushwalking and Canoe Club (TBCC) brings people together to enjoy the Australian Bush. All office bearers and trip leaders are volunteers. We plan walks at our monthly meetings, held on the first Wednesday of each month.
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  • The Bush Club ---- Visited: 143 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 11639

    The Bush Club came into existence on 19th September 1939, mainly as a result of the initiative of Marie Byles and Paddy Pallin. Marie Byles was concerned that the rather rigorous tests to obtain entry to bush walking clubs existing at the time excluded genuine lovers of the bush who were unwilling or unable to pack walk and camp out overnight.
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  • The Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs NSW Inc. ---- Visited: 55 Times

    Newtown

    Listing id: 39283

    The Federation of Bushwalking Clubs (New South Wales) was established in 1932 with 10 bushwalking clubs and has a long and illustrious history of bushwalking exploration and conservation. Today the Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs NSW Inc. represents 63 NSW and ACT bushwalking clubs with 9,000 members. Our clubs provide a large range of outdoor activities graded for all levels of fitness and age.
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  • The Outdoor Club of NSW ---- Visited: 144 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11641

    The Outdoor Club of NSW was founded in 1955 and is based in Sydney. The Club's main activity is bushwalking, but over time social activities have also become an important part of our programme. Our membership of about 90 members are mainly in the 50 + age group.
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  • The Up & Downers BWC Inc. ---- Visited: 97 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11643

    The Up & Downers BWC Inc. was formed in 2000 by Herb Lippmann as a spin-off from courses he ran for many years for Macquarie Community College. We are a small club of approximately 60 members, mainly from around the Ryde/Eastwood area of Sydney.
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  • The Wanderers Bushwalking and Outdoors Club Inc. ---- Visited: 237 Times

    Baulkham Hills

    Listing id: 11646

    The Wanderers Bushwalking and Outdoors Club Inc was formed in 1976, and is affiliated with the Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs NSW Inc. The Club is based in the Hills District of Sydney and currently has over 90 members. We are a friendly group of people, mainly in the 40+ age group, who enjoy outdoor activities.
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  • UNE Mountaineering Club ---- Visited: 41 Times

    Armidale

    Listing id: 11531

    The U.N.E.M.C. (pronounced UNI-MUCK) is an affiliated club of Sport UNE. Although no one here can remember back that far, historical documents indicate the club was formed way back in 1960.
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  • Upper Blue Mountains Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 63 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 11645

    The club is open to most ages. You just need to bring along a smile and a sense of adventure. We are a local club, active in the Blue Mountains area for over 20 years, and a member of the Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs of NSW.
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  • UTS (University of Technology, Sydney) Outdoor Adventure Club ---- Visited: 45 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 12007

    The Club runs on average about 100 trips a year that vary in activities like Bushwalking, Canyoning, Rockclimbing, Cross-Country Skiing, Free Diving, Mountain Biking, Caving, Abseiling and many more. These trips also vary in difficulty from Beginner to Extreme so there's something for every level of fitness and experience.
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  • UWS Bushwalking & Outdoor Club ---- Visited: 81 Times

    Panania

    Listing id: 12001

    Our main aim is provide fun and extremely affordable opportunities to get out and explore the great outdoors. We offer a comprehensive program of outdoor recreation activities that can take you anywhere from Canberra to the Blue Mountains to Ayers Rock.
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  • Warringah Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 99 Times

    Dee Why

    Listing id: 11647

    The Warringah Bushwalking Club organises energetic full day walks in the greater Sydney area. The club offers a varied program, with walks of different grades in national parks such as the Kuring-gai Chase, Garigal, The Royal, Blue Mountains and Brisbane Waters, as well as any patch of bush we can comfortably reach in a few hours drive.
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  • Watagan Wanderers Inc. ---- Visited: 139 Times

    NSW

    Listing id: 11648

    The Watagan Wanderers is a bushwalking club whose activities usually cover walking, from very easy to very hard walks, & bushsports such as abseiling, canoeing, canyoning, cross-country skiing & cycling, as well as camping & social activities.
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  • WEA Ramblers ---- Visited: 70 Times

    Greenwich

    Listing id: 11974

    The club aims to provide recreational bushwalking for exercise, for an appreciation of the natural surroundings and for social interaction. There is also a concern for the preservation of native flora and fauna.
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  • Yarrawood Bushwalking Club ---- Visited: 72 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11650

    Yarrawood is a Sydney bushwalking club with 100 members. Each year we put on a program of about 40 walks, plus other activities such as cycling trips.
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  • YHA Social and Outdoor Club ---- Visited: 127 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 11651

    We have a varied activities program with lots to offer to active people looking for fun and friendship in the great outdoors. There is plenty to choose from with outdoor activities such as bushwalking, sailing, bicycling, kayaking & snorkelling plus weekends away staying at hostels or car camping while on the social side we have restaurant nights, theatre parties, trivia nights and picnics.
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