A list of member clubs of Walking SA, which includes walking clubs, trail organisations and commercial tour operators.
St Agnes Bushwalking & Natural History Club
Bushwalking, family camps, backpack camps, club meeting. Bushwalks – full day, half day, family groups. Education about and maintenance of the natural environment. Our different walks cater for varying fitness levels, while our competent and experienced leaders will show you parts of the Adelaide Hills that you never knew existed.
Trek Tours Australia
Trek Tours Australia has a focus on providing high quality, small group trekking experiences in Australia’s most spectacular regions. From small beginnings Trek Tours Australia has now grown to employ thirty of the best wilderness guides in Australia – whose experience, knowledge and passion help to create inspiring journeys for our guests.
The Warren Bonython Heysen Trail Foundation
The Warren Bonython Heysen Trail Foundation has been established to honour the late Warren Bonython AO, founder of the Heysen Trail, and well known for his active role in supporting the natural environment in South Australia. The Foundation aims to raise funds to support and undertake environmental initiatives associated with the Heysen Trail and other […]
Adelaide Bushwalkers is a hiking club enjoying multi-day hikes carrying packs & camping, day walks, kayaking, cycling and other activities, near Adelaide, South Australia & interstate. Gear hire is available, and new member weekends are held once a year.
Day walk program from April through to early November, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of the month. Meet at Fasta Pasta Car park, Lyndoch Road. 8.00 am. Also base camping hiking trips, and backpacking trips.
Yorke Peninsula Council
The Yorke Peninsula Council has been working on developing the 500km Walk the Yorke trail to link existing coastal walking trails to create a walking experience around the coast of beautiful Yorke Peninsula.
Central Australian Bushwalking Club
The Central Australian Bushwalkers, based in Alice Springs, explore the central desert rangelands including the East and West MacDonnell Ranges.
Skyline Walkers is a walking club that meets at different locations on Saturday mornings at 9am. Each walk, led by club members, has two levels and takes approximately 2 to 3 hours. Walks are within 30 kilometres of Adelaide. The walk schedule, with the meeting point, is circulated to all members. The members enjoy additional social […]
Recreation SA is an independent, member based organisation with a vision to increase the participation and profile of active recreation in South Australia. Our mission is to provide leadership, support and advocacy to organisations in the recreation industry. We are the peak body for Aquatics, Outdoor, Community, Fitness & Health industries.
WEA Ramblers Bushwalking Club
The Ramblers, established 1925, is a special interest group of the WEA. Hikes from 12 to 18km are held fortnightly on Sundays. There are usually 12 to 20 walkers, who range in age from 35 to 75. For those needing transport there is a Light Square pickup. Long weekend camps are held in June and […]
Adelaide Happy Wanderers
A range of different all day walks on the first Sunday each month. The walks are provided for gay, lesbian and interested walkers.
Bushwalking Leadership South Australia
Bushwalking Leadership SA has been training bushwalking Leaders in South Australia since 1973. We have set the standards for training to a high level and are proud of the safety record our graduates. Our graduates help keep South Australian bushwalkers safe. We offer a pathway of courses designed to equip people as bushwalking leaders. We […]
Retired Teachers Walking Group
The Retired Teachers Walking Group (RTWG) is an independently incorporated walking club. We welcome members who have worked in the pre-school, primary, secondary and tertiary education sectors, their partners and friends. We organise an annual walking program of walks between February and December at four levels of fitness: Rovers: 14-18 km walks with a range […]
Friends of the Heysen Trail
Hike the entire Heysen Trail in a six-year end-to-end program, also half/full day walks elsewhere.
The ARPA Bushwalkers is an activity sub-group of the ARPA Active over 50s Association (SA) Inc. Each month the Bushwalkers organise over twenty day walks in and around Adelaide. The walks range from gentle 2 to 3 hour strolls to challenging 5 to 6 hour hikes. A number of camps are held each year within […]
Walks six days of the week in parks and reserves of greater metropolitan Adelaide. Sometimes a series of walks in a country area such as the Flinders Ranges or Kangaroo Island. Walks are available for all fitness levels.
Heart Foundation Walking
Network of free community-based walking groups, with walks from 30 minutes to several hours.
Mid North Branch, Friends of the Heysen Trail
A branch of the Friends of the Heysen Trail, in the Mid North, which conducts a walking program. They also maintain a lengthy section of the Heysen Trail between Logans Gap (about 40km south of Burra) and Spalding, also undertaking projects such as the construction of several water tank/shelters.
Goannas Walking Group
A small walking group which meets on Thursday mornings. We enjoy 2-3 hour bushwalks with a picnic lunch, and shorter suburban walks over summer which end at a coffee shop for much socialising. Club members participate to organise and lead walks.
Darwin Bushwalking Club
Bushwalking day/overnight including walks in Kakadu/Litchfield National Parks and beyond.
Lavender Federation Trail & SARTI
South Australian Recreation Trails Inc (SARTI) have developed and maintain the Lavender Federation Trail from Murray Bridge to Clare.
Four Seasons Walking Group
Four Seasons Walking Group walks every Tuesday in areas ranging from Victor Harbor to the Barossa Valley, and to Murray Bridge. Membership is by referral or invitation.
Tour company offering tours to: Victorian High Country Flinders Ranges Kakadu, Northern Territory The Pilbara Northern Tasmania
Walking Trails Support Group
The Walking Trails Support Group (WTSG) provides sustainable and low-risk walking access in interesting natural areas, having developed 150 km of walking track on public, leasehold and private land mainly in the Flinders Ranges and the Barossa region. They provide walkers with information about the landscape they are walking through. All our country has stories […]
National Trust, Hahndorf Branch
The Hahndorf Branch of the National Trust of Australia is primarily concerned with conserving the unique history and heritage of Hahndorf, which was settled by German migrants in 1839. They brought with them their cultural and agricultural traditions and successfully adapted them to their new environment.
Kangaroo Island Walking Club
Coastal and inland day walks monthly in various areas of Kangaroo Island. Walks are graded for high (A Grade), moderate (B Grade), and easy (C Grade) levels of fitness.
Wilderness Escape Outdoor Adventures
Wilderness Escape Outdoor Adventures is the largest provider of school camps, excursions and outdoor pursuits in South Australia and one of the largest on a national scale.
District Council of Robe
Robe Township is serviced by a growing network of walking track and trails which encourage passive recreation while allowing the users to enjoy the natural beauty of the coastline.
Walks with Nature
Walks with Nature is a South Australian company offering guided walking tours of 3 to 4 days in South Australia. The guided walking holidays are for small groups and explore the Heysen Trail on the southern Fleurieu Peninsula. Just a short drive south of Adelaide is the Fleurieu Peninsula. Here you can walk through the […]