Bushwalking Clubs in South Australia

Bushwalking Clubs in South Australia

Clubs Listed : 6

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Adelaide Bushwalkers Inc. ---- Visited: 544 Times

    North Adelaide

    Listing id: 11949

    Membership of the Adelaide Bushwalkers offers great opportunities for walking and other outdoor activities (from rock-climbing to conservation work). The club holds regular weekend overnight hikes and Sunday day-walks, and makes good use of long weekends to do a variety of trips further afield.
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  • ARPA Bushwalking Group ---- Visited: 314 Times


    Listing id: 11951

    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.
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  • Chris's Walking Group ---- Visited: 540 Times

    Hyde Park

    Listing id: 11968

    Chris's Walking Group is for single people who like the Bush, like walking, and like to have a meal with a group of friends. The group was established in nineteen ninety three and is in its seventeenth year.

  • Keep Walking South Australia ---- Visited: 599 Times


    Listing id: 11957

    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.
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  • Tea Tree Gully Bushwalkers ---- Visited: 224 Times

    Tea Tree Gully

    Listing id: 11967

    Tea Tree gully bushwalkers was founded in 1990 by a group of local South Australians for the enjoyment of walking, social contact, health, & good fellowship. Our Club and walking program caters for the mature aged walker who no longer cares to do the long all day walks that we all used to do.

  • WEA Ramblers ---- Visited: 399 Times


    Listing id: 11961

    The W.E.A. Ramblers is a special interest group formed within the umbrella organization W.E.A. Clubs Inc. The Ramblers club has been going since 1925.