The Brindabella Bushwalking Club is based in Canberra, ACT, and offers a range of walking opportunities. It is currently (2013) the largest bushwalking club in Canberra. Until late 2011 it was known as the Family Bushwalkers Inc. The BBC still offers a program of Family Bushwalks suitable for families with young children.
The club is affiliated with Bushwalking NSW (formerly the NSW Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs) and supports their Policy on Natural Areas.
The club issues a new walks program twice a year each covering six months of activities including bushwalks, urban walks, and other activities to suit all standards of walkers. Day walks usually take place in Canberra, rural areas of the ACT including Namadgi National Park, and nearby New South Wales.
This site has modified quarterly walking programs, with leader name and contact details shortened in the interests of privacy. The current modified program is for January-March 2014. The program for March will be added soon. If you need more details of any activity or to contact the leader, use the contact form on this site.
The full program is available to members. Follow “Members Access” for instruction on how to access the “Members Only” site.
The modified program for the next few weeks was also available as a Google calendar. This facility has been suspended. Please use the contact form if you want it restored.
Information from our old site is gradually being moved here. Documents available include:-