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  Joining and walking with us    
     Membership is $5 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 $5 membership fee if you wish.
     Before walking please read the front page of our programmme, and please contact us if you have any questions.


  All contact to    
     President / Secretary   Email:   dnbushwalkers@gmail.com

    Contact us    email    dnbushwalkers@gmail.com

                        Phone    Assistant Walks Organiser   Michael Mc Donagh   02 4473 5504


  About us    

    The Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers Club was established in May 1986 to encourage bushwalking as a group activity. The principal concepts were: to keep it simple, affordable to all with as few administrative procedures as possible, to offer walks of varied grades to suit the majority and focus on safety, exercise and friendship, and to allow no outside fund raising activities. The club continues as it began with happy groups walking twice a week. Since 1997, the club has walked with the support of the NSW Sport & Recreation Walking For Pleasure program. Walkers should ensure that they read the front page of the walks programme and any walker wishing to lead a walk must read the Walking For Pleasure Walk Leaders training manual. Meetings are held three times a year to discuss any general business and to distribute the next walks programme. So come along, join in and after each meeting, enjoy afternoon tea with fellow walkers.


  Web site    

    To provide Dalmeny Narooma Bushwalkers with news and share information


  Links to other sites    

     Walking for Pleasure .. our State Government supporting contact

     Batemans Bay Bushwalkers for good bushwalks

     Latest Topo maps in PDF files to download .. Free

     Types of bushwalking footwear

     Tick Protection a very informative review of current information.

     RFS for fire warning

     NSW Tides for our beach and river walks

     Sapphire Coast Geo-heritage journey

   Brou forest 2013   Brou road 2013   Brou beach 2012