Walking Clubs

A list of walking clubs in South Australia.

View the list of Walking SA’s member walking clubs, member trail organisations and member commercial tour operators on the Members page.

Walking Clubs

ARPA Bushwalkers

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 […]

WEA Ramblers

Hiking areas are mainly in the conservation parks within a radius of 30 km of Adelaide, but a few more distant places are occasionally visited. Walking distance is usually around 10 – 16 km, in about 4-5 hours of actual walking time, while the occasional walk of 20 km can occur.

Mount Gambier Bushwalkers

Day and overnight bushwalks. Caving, mountain bike riding, canoeing, abseiling, camping. Meeting on the 1st Wednesday each month 8.00pm at the Gambier Hotel, Mt Gambier.

Adelaide Bushwalkers

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.

Goannas Walking Group

Thursday walks starting starting at 9.30a.m. in winter (usually in the Adelaide Hills) and 8.00a.m. in summer (usually on the plains or the beach).

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.

Skyline Walkers

Social Walking Group. Age range 40 to 70. Reasonable level of fitness. Mixed group. Saturday 2-3 hour walks throughout the year. Four Sunday longer walks. Once a year, one weekend away and one week away.

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.

Heart Foundation Walking

Network of free community-based walking groups, with walks from 30 minutes to several hours.

Keep Walking

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.

Central Australian Bushwalking Club

The Central Australian Bushwalkers, based in Alice Springs, explore the central desert rangelands including the East and West MacDonnell Ranges.

Friends of the Heysen Trail

Hike the entire Heysen Trail in a six-year end-to-end program, also half/full day walks elsewhere.

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.

Gawler Bushwalkers

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.

Darwin Bushwalking Club

Bushwalking day/overnight including walks in Kakadu/Litchfield National Parks and beyond.

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.

Burra Branch, Friends of the Heysen Trail

A branch of the Friends of the Heysen Trail, at Burra in the Mid North, this club 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.

Retired Teachers Association Walking Group

A group of 60 or so retired teachers living in the Adelaide area, running four grades of walk, each once or twice a month, on Wednesday or  Thursday mornings between February and December. Also an annual camp holiday either in rural SA or western Victoria. Annual walk calendar.