Northern Rivers Bushwalkers Club

The Northern Rivers Bushwalkers Club (nrbc.org.au) runs a variety of bushwalking, cycling, kayaking and abseiling activities each week in the National Parks, State Forests and coastal areas of the NSW North Coast Region, and beyond

The Club is located in the NSW Northern Rivers region, which includes Ballina, Lismore and Tweed Heads. The Club is affiliated with Bushwalking NSW and has been organising regular activities since 1976

A Big Welcome to All Members

If you are interested in joining, click here

Coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions update

Your NRBC Committee has approved the following change to coronavirus restrictions.

All activities on the Club events programme (What's On) should continue, providing each activity complies with legal requirements (e.g. regarding number of participants, and social distancing)

Notice posted 10.5.2020

Arriving at Broughton Island for a week of camping, walking, bird-watching, swimming, fishing, boating and snorkelling. To read about this trip, click here

What's On in summary. For details, go to the What's On pages

  • Cycling on many days. For details, go to the Cycling page
  • Qigong Sessions now Tuesday and Friday - refer to the Qigong page - now being Zoomed to club members during the COVID-19 crisis
  • Abseiling - Canyoning on most weekends - refer to Abseiling page
  • Kayaking - refer to the Kayaking page
  • May 30 Goonengerry Abseil Training
  • May 31 Brummies Lookout Walk
  • May 31 Ocean Kayak from Broken Head to the Three Sisters
  • June 2 Kayak - Upper Tweed (Oxley River)

Check out the club facebook site

The official site of the Northern Rivers Bushwalkers Club Inc