YOUR FIRST WALK;: As a new member, you're required to complete an easy, easy/medium or medium grade walk with us. This allows you to decide if bushwalkings right for you and allows the walk leader to assess your ability, fitness level and bushwalking skills. If you find you can handle these walk grades without too much effort, your welcome to progress to harder walks.



From the 'Activities Program', on the 'HOME' page, select a walk that's graded Easy, Easy/Medium or Medium.  

Next go to the 'CONTACT US' page for details to email our Club Secretary stating which walk you'd like to join and ask for the walk leader's phone number. 

Lastly, you'll need to complete the Membership Application Forms which will be emailed to you and bring them to your first walk.



Adults 65 and over: $30

Adults 18 to 64: $35                     

Family, two adults plus children: $60 (there's no charge for children but they must be accompanied by a parent, guardian or responsible adult)

The Membership period is 1 July to 30 June, new members joining between 1 January to 30 June pay a 50% reduced fee to cover the remaining portion of the membership year. 

New members have the option of paying by installment as follows: $5 on the first walk, $5 on the second walk and the balance is then paid on the third walk attended.  This allows new members to drop out for whatever reason after the first or second walk without having to pay any further fees.  Should the second or third walk be taken after the start of the new financial year on 1 July, any outstanding fees must be paid as well as full membership for the new financial year.


ADDITIONAL FEE:   A donation of $2 is paid into our piggy bank on each walk attended, this helps fund club BBQ's and administration costs. This fee isn't required on Club weekend trips.


CLOTHING:  Dress for the season and take suitable clothing for weather changes. Runners are suitable for beach walks and most easy walks but for  other walks proper hiking boots with ankle support and a good tread are essential. Some members wear two pairs of socks to minimise blisters. Thongs and sandals are prohibited.  Walkings poles can be useful on harder walks.


FOOD AND WATER:  We have a morning tea and a lunch break on walks so pack sufficient energy dense food to get you through the day. Always carry minimum 1lt water, minimum 2lts on hot days or longer/harder walks and you might want to consider an electrolyte drink as well, again especially on hot days or the longer/harder walks.


FIRE BAN DAYS:  Walks are automatically cancelled on total fire ban days.


DOGS:  Please note that dogs are not permitted on walks.






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