Walking Clubs in Australia Capital Territory

Walking Clubs in Australia Capital Territory

Clubs Listed : 10

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • ACT Outdoors Group ---- Visited: 154 Times

    ACT

    Listing id: 31211

    ACT Outdoors Group is an informal group promoting active and healthy outdoor activity in the gay and lesbian community and has been part of the Canberra community continuously for over fifteen years. There are no committees or joining fees.
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  • ACT Race Walking Club ---- Visited: 0 Times

    Lyneham

    Listing id: 42005

    The club may be contacted thru Lachlan Wilkinson (Secretary) on (02) 6257-6427 or Email Lachlan.Wilkinson@ea.gov.au.

  • ACT Walkers ---- Visited: 174 Times

    Canberra

    Listing id: 31271

    ACT Walkers promotes walking for sport, health and fitness in the Canberra region. he Club caters for both race and fitness walkers.
    Website

  • Canberra International Walking Weekend ---- Visited: 47 Times

    Canberra

    Listing id: 31273

    The Canberra International Walking Weekend incorporates the Canberra Two Day Medal Walk and is a non-competitive challenge walk for all ages. It's not a race but is about fun, fitness, fellowship and personal challenge.
    Website

  • Heart Foundation Walking for Health ---- Visited: 86 Times

    Deakin

    Listing id: 31213

    The club is located at 15 Denison Street, Deakin, ACT 2600 - PH# 02 6282 5744.
    Website

  • Orienteering ACT ---- Visited: 42 Times

    Jamison Centre

    Listing id: 31224

    Orienteering is a sport in which participants navigate around a course using a map and compass. Orienteering ACT is the body that organises and promotes Orienteering in the ACT.
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  • Parawanga Orienteers ---- Visited: 27 Times

    Canberra

    Listing id: 31220

    Parawanga is a Canberra orienteering club catering for all ages and all skill levels from the novice or occasional orienteer through to those who have or are aspiring to represent Australia at World Championship events.
    Website

  • The Bushflyers Club ---- Visited: 19 Times

    Canberra

    Listing id: 31217

    Predominantly a north side club, the Bushflyers have been one of the more successful Australian orienteering clubs and have produced a number of Australian champions and representatives.
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  • The Red Roos Club ---- Visited: 43 Times

    Canberra

    Listing id: 31215

    The Red Roos club was formed in Canberra by John and Karan Walker in November 1975, as the Red Kangaroos (ACT), an offshoot of the Red Kangaroos (Vic). Since its creation the club has averaged a membership of over 100 to make it one of the bigger clubs in Australia.
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  • Weston Emus Club ---- Visited: 48 Times

    ACT

    Listing id: 31222

    Predominantly a south side club, the Weston Emus cater for all ages and all skill levels from the novice or occasional orienteer through to the expert, including a World Champion orienteer.
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