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Clubs Directory

Clubs Directory

Keilor Bushwalking Club


The Keilor Bushwalking Club is a small friendly club where new members are welcome. Currently most members are over fifty but we happily accept younger walkers as long as they can keep up. You just need to be over eighteen and have a reasonable level of fitness. Experience in bushwalking


From Keilor we are lucky to have easy access to the gorges, mountain ranges and former gold mining areas to Melbourne's north and north-west and many of our walks are in those locations. However, we also incorporate walks further afield so that walks in the Dandenongs, Marysville etc aren't neglected either. Afternoon tea is a ritual we take very seriously and no walk is complete without a visit to a local tearoom or cafe before we head home. Our weekend trips (base camps) have included the Grampians, Wilson's Promontory and Mt Hotham. Walking is the main activity but eating and generally having a good time feature heavily.


Day Walks, Base Camp Walks


Mal Collins

0418 556 341