The Catholic Bushwalking Club was formed in 1943 and has in excess of 450 members. Its objects are to pursue an active interest in bushwalking, to encourage and practice preservation of wildlife and conservation of the bush and to promote social activity amongst its members.
Main activities include: bushwalking, abseiling, canyoning, cross-country skiing and cycling. The Club prints a bi-monthly programme with walks of various grades scheduled for each weekend. Membership is open to those who are 16 years old or over.
Fr Peter Blayney, Chaplain, (02) 4576 6199
This organisation is not a service of the Archdiocese of Sydney. Please direct any query to the organisation directly.