The Northern Rivers Bushwalkers Club 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
The club puts on a wide variety of activities including bushwalking from easy grades through to pack walks. Car camps and weeks away to various parts of Australia and overseas happen regularly. Cycling, Kayaking and Abseiling activities regularly appear in the What's On program.
The Northern Rivers of NSW covers an area around Lismore, East to the coast, and North to the Queensland border. Here is a Google Map of the area
To find out more about our Club, choose an item from the drop-down menu under About Us
For information on how to join our Club, go to the Membership page.
To renew your membership before March each year, also go to the Membership page.
The Office Bearers page gives the name and contact details for each Club Office Bearer
Have you got a question? Then go to the Contact Us page
If you have been invited to a Zoom online meeting, find out more from the Zoom Meetings page
To read about the background of our Club, go to the History page
Follow this link for information on Qigong
As well as Walking, Cycling, Kayaking and Abseiling, a few club members with a musical inclination have joined forces to form ‘Gone Bush’ - the club band