Joining and walking with us
Membership is $20 per year and renewed in May each year before the Annual General Meeting
Turn up at the meeting point 15 minutes before the listed departure time, and the membership /walking paperwork can be done then. You can do a couple of walks before paying the $20 membership fee if you wish. Before walking please read the front page of our program, and please contact us if you have any questions.
All walks are led by voluntary walk leaders, who follow basic bush safety procedures. There is a great variety in the walks offered, from local beach walks to remote bush walks. What walk is offered depends on the leader but all types of walks are encouraged. Without enthusiastic walk leaders, there is no club.
To that end, we are always looking for new walk leaders to come forward. The committee will offer as much encouragement and support as is needed to get you started. A training manual is also available. Please contact Walks Organiser Steve Deck for more information (details on walks program).
Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers Inc. was established in May 1986 to encourage bushwalking as a pleasant group activity. From July 2020, the club became an incorporated association and affiliated with Bushwalking NSW, the peak body representing and advising bushwalking clubs in NSW and the ACT. Day to day club operations are managed by a voluntary committee and our Annual General Meeting discusses any general business and elects a new committee. Otherwise, all communications between members are electronic, either by email or posted on this website. Membership is $20 a year.
Volunteer walk leaders offer bushwalks of various grades usually twice a week around the local area of Eurobodalla and Bega Valley, as well as club camps in other localities and some social activities. The club aims to keep its procedures as simple and as affordable as possible but there are a few rules to keep us safe when we are out in the bush. Walks are grouped into 3 programs a year - Autumn, Winter and Spring - and are published on this website.
New walkers are welcome. Come along, join in, and enjoy the beautiful bush and coastal environments of the far south coast of NSW. The committee only ask that any interested walker first reads the information on the front page of the walks program and the links on safety and preparedness.