Bushwalking (also known as rambling, tramping or hiking) is about walking in the Australian bush (area of natural bush and trees which has never been farmed and where there are few people). Bushwalking may involve walking on defined tracks or across-country (off-track) making use of a map and a compass or Global Positioning System (GPS) unit. Walks may be short walks, day walks or multi-day walks where the walker carries all their needs (shelter, food and water) on their back in a backpack.
Offers opportunities for walking and other outdoor activities from rock-climbing to conservation work. Holds regular weekend overnight hikes and Sunday day-walks, and makes good use of long weekends to do a variety of trips further afield.
Social group for single bushwalkers from 30 to 50. Sunday daywalks ending in a pub meal and other outdoor activities and occasional extended hikes. History, calendar, and image galleries included.
A 1,200 km walking trail suitable for both the serious backpacker and day walker. Walking hints, features, volunteer information, accommodation details and maps. Sectional closure dates provided.
Fortnightly hiking group, mainly concentrating on local conservation parks. Contact details, photo gallery, walking reports, and meeting place included.
The walking federation of South Australia representing bushwalkers and bushwalking clubs throughout the state. Membership details, newsletter, extensive links to hiking information.
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