Bushwalking Clubs in Queensland

Clubs Listed : 20

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  • Brisbane Bushwalkers Club Inc. —- Visited: 317 Times


    Listing id: 11545

    We are a bunch of people from all areas of life with various degrees of enthusiasm, fitness, commitment, desire for adventure, challenge, or simply wanting something different. We all share a love for the outdoors.

  • Brisbane Catholic Bushwalking Club Inc. (BCBC) —- Visited: 97 Times

    Red Hill

    Listing id: 11910

    The club conducts bushwalks throughout South East Queensland and Northern New South Wales. We encourage an appreciation and conservation of the Australian wilderness, its plants and animals.

  • Bushwalkers of Southern Queensland Inc. (BOSQ) —- Visited: 308 Times


    Listing id: 11911

    Bushwalkers of Southern Queensland Inc. (BOSQ) is one of the most active bushwalking clubs in south-east Queensland. We have graded track walks, off track walks, Base Camp weekends and Through walks usually all held each month.

  • Bushwalking Queensland Inc. (BWQ) —- Visited: 158 Times


    Listing id: 11859

    Bushwalking Queensland Inc. (BWQ) is a non-profit community organization that represents the interests of bushwalkers and affiliated clubs in Queensland, Australia. It is managed by a Committee of representatives from those affiliated clubs.

  • Cairns Bushwalkers Club Inc. —- Visited: 61 Times


    Listing id: 11932

    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. 

    Walks include day walks, overnight pack walks and car camps. The club also holds a number of social functions throughout the year.


  • Capricornia Bushwalkers Inc. —- Visited: 117 Times


    Listing id: 11929

    Capricornia Bushwalkers, located in Rockhampton, Central Queensland, Australia, organizes day, weekend, and longer bushwalks to various locations mainly in Central Queensland.

  • Glasshouse Bushwalkers Club Inc. —- Visited: 366 Times


    Listing id: 11920

    The club was formed in 1992 after a group of friends who were interested in bushwalking decided to form a club in the Caboolture/Glasshouse Mountains area, north of Brisbane.

  • Gold Coast Bushwalkers Club Inc. —- Visited: 210 Times


    Listing id: 11921

    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. The natural features of the Gold Coast, Scenic Rim and their surrounding regions provide the club with some of the best locations for these activities in the country.

  • Ipswich Bushwalkers Inc. —- Visited: 117 Times


    Listing id: 11913

    Ipswich Bushwalkers Inc. is a small, friendly club based in Ipswich Queensland, Australia. Our walks vary from simple, short day trips on graded tracks to very tough, arduous treks. We try to provide a variety of activities to suit all fitness levels.

  • JCU Townsville Bushwalking Club —- Visited: 59 Times


    Listing id: 11553

    We are fairly large club with over 100 members. Our aim is to provide students with access to North Queenslands wildereness areas, and promote an understanding and appreciation of nature.

  • Logan and Beaudesert Bushwalkers (L&BBW;) —- Visited: 92 Times


    Listing id: 11914

    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.

  • Mackay Bushwalkers’ Club Inc. —- Visited: 55 Times


    Listing id: 11931

    The Mackay Bushwalkers Club Inc has been operating since 1974. The aim of the Club is to foster bushwalking as a recreational activity. Its organization is very low key.

  • Queensland Bushwalkers Club Inc. —- Visited: 100 Times


    Listing id: 11915

    The Queensland Bushwalkers Club promotes bushwalking in a friendly atmosphere while fostering appreciation and conservation of the Australian wilderness.

  • Redland Bushwalkers Inc. —- Visited: 78 Times


    Listing id: 11917

    Our Club is a group of like minded people who enjoy a variety of activities in the great outdoors. We are based in the Redlands, thirty minutes south east of Brisbane CBD but welcome members from all areas.

  • South Burnett Bushwalkers Inc. —- Visited: 130 Times


    Listing id: 11923

    The South Burnett Bushwalkers is one of the major bushwalking clubs in south-east Queensland, Australia. Formed in 1997 by a group of friends, it is based in the towns of Nanango and Kingaroy and offers activities throughout the broader South Burnett region.

  • Sunshine Coast Bushwalkers Inc. —- Visited: 223 Times


    Listing id: 11924

    Located in south east Queensland, our club has about fifty active members. Visitors are welcome to join us on one of our Sunday walks or on our once monthly Wednesday walks. Thorough walks and base camps are held at least once each month.

  • Tamborine Mountain Natural History Association —- Visited: 60 Times

    North Tamborine

    Listing id: 11925

    Bushwalkers Meeting Every third Tuesday of the month and normally at the Heritage Centre in Eagle Heights at 7.30pm.

  • Toowoomba Bushwalkers Club Inc. —- Visited: 73 Times


    Listing id: 11928

    Toowoomba Bushwalkers Inc is, as the name suggests, a bushwalking club based in the township of Toowoomba, 120 km west of Brisbane, set in the scenic Darling Downs region. We organize a range of field outings and social activities and generally each month there are two day walks, an overnight camp and a social dinner. The difficulty of walks varies and caters for most skill levels.

  • Townsville Bushwalking Club Inc. —- Visited: 45 Times


    Listing id: 11933

    The Club organizes bushwalks every two weeks except for the hottest part of the year. Many of the walks are within an hours drive of Townsville. One-day walks are held on Sundays and there are some weekend walks throughout the year.

  • YHA Bushwalkers (Qld) Inc. —- Visited: 187 Times


    Listing id: 11918

    We are a group of people of all ages and backgrounds who enjoy getting out into ‘the bush’ to walk with like minded people on weekends. Our aim is to enjoy our walks, not endure them! The walks are mainly in South East Queensland and northern New South Wales, and range from easier day walks to extended trips into more remote areas.