Border Bushwalking Club

The Border Bushwalking club has been an active outdoor club in the Albury Wodonga area since it was established in 1978.

The Rules (Constitution) state that:

The purposes for which the Association is established are:

  • To gather together people of similar interests in bushwalking and other outdoor activities.
  • To provide information, instructions and advice on all matters concerned with walking and other outdoor activities.
  • To arrange walks, ski-tours and journeys and promote social activity amongst members.
  • To preserve and protect Australian flora, fauna and natural beauty places

Member s and visitors enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities including:

  • Day walks
  • Overnight backpack walks
  • Extended backpacking trips
  • Canoe trips
  • Bike rides
  • Snowshoeing
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Overseas trips

Monthly Club Nights are held on the first Tuesday of the month (except December and January) at the Wodonga Senior Citizens’ Hall, Havelock Street Wodonga at 7.00pm for a 7.30 pm start. It’s a great opportunity to catch up with friends and to hear a guest speaker who might relate a recent trip or discuss topics related to the environment or safety in the outdoors.

Border Bushwalking Club – The Huts Walk

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This is an 18km Circuit on Mt Hotham that visits 3 different huts: Silver Brumby Hut 1992 (rebuilt 2006-7), Spargo Hut (1927-8) and Derrick Hut (1967). With enough cars a car […]