Welcome to the Sydney Bush Walkers
We are a community of around 800 men and women of diverse backgrounds, bonded by a desire for outdoor adventure in wonderful natural areas of Sydney, Australia and beyond.
  • Experience camping on a wild pristine river
  • Watch the sunrise from a dramatic escarpment
  • Chat around the dying embers of a camp fire
  • Feel the personal satisfaction of climbing a high peak
  • Gaze over untracked Australian wilderness
  • Abseil through a canyon
  • Kayak down scenic rivers
  • Bush walk through local Sydney bushland
  • Or adventure off-track through National Park terrain      

And more…

Joining SBW is not just about bushwalking - it's an opportunity to build fitness; make new friends; acquire navigation, survival and first aid skills to be self sufficient in the Aussie bush as well as develop leadership skills.

Above all, it’s about having fun!

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News

Please send any news items to communications@sbw.org.au. We welcome contributions about anything of relevance to our outdoors community.

May 2014 - Winter Program released!

The Winter Program for 2014 is now out and has been emailed to members. There's plenty to do over the cooler months. If you haven't got your copy, it can be downloaded from the Member's Area of the website. You'll need to login to access it

Prospective Members, watch your Qs

Are you a Prospective Member and have completed your Qualifying (Q) day walks and overnight trip as well as the first aid and navigation training requirements? If yes, then you're eligible to become a Full Member! All you need to do now is to put in your application form. Read more...

Fire Affected Areas Re-open

After the bushfires earlier in the season, many fire affected areas have now re-opened. These include most canyons, and the area north of Bells Line of Road. There are still a number of areas in the upper Grose Valley that are still closed. Make sure you check the alerts for New South Wales National Parks before venturing out into our wonderful outdoors. Read more...

Current Albums

Introductory Abseil Workshop - May 2014

King George Brook - Jan 2014

Hobnail Canyon - Nov 2013

Upper Bowens Creek South Canyon - Nov 2013

Jugglers and Grand Canyons - Nov 2013
Mumbedah Creek, Blue Mountains NP - July 2013

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