Walking Info

Our club runs many different types of walks which are graded according to their difficulty.

These walks are led by experienced members who ensure that the walks are enjoyable and safe. Walks can be short ones on track, to longer ones that may include scrambling to very serious climbs on our highest mountains.

The Club has many day walks, pack-walks and weekend camps allowing members to really appreciate our country. We walk all over the NSW Northern Rivers area, and often travel to SE Queensland and further afield, including Wilsons Prom in Victoria, Kangaroo Island in South Australia and to Tasmania. Other places away from home have included the Blue Mountains, the Grampians, East Gippsland, and many more.

There have also been overseas trips in England, Poland, Switzerland, Indonesia, India, Nepal and, of course, New Zealand.


Before you register to join a Club activity, it is important that you first read and agree to the Walking Essential Information document and the Club's Code of Conduct. To view these documents, please go to the Essential Information page, where you can read both these documents and other relevant information


Bushwalkers value the bush and its pristine nature. To ensure its preservation, bushwalkers follow a Code which sets out guidelines for how to behave while in the bush. Here is the Bushwalker's Code from Bushwalking NSW.

Follow this link for information on Pack Walking

For more photos from our latest walks, go to the News page

If you have any questions, contact one of your friendly club committee members

The lunch spot on the Uralba Reserve bushwalk May 24

Crossing Repentance Creek below Minyon Falls