Our Goal

Our Goal

To promote safe and environmentally responsible recreational bushwalking
Our Purpose

Our Purpose

To provide opportunities for members to enjoy the outdoors

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Welcome to our web site.

The Grampians Bushwalking Club was formed in 1994. A public meeting was held in Stawell and from that the club evolved. Walks take place on a fortnightly basis at weekends, alternating between Saturday and Sunday to give everyone the opportunity to walk. 

The club has roamed far and wide in the pursuit of a good walk. Some of the areas visited: Mt Gambier, Mt Buffalo, Mt Kosciusko, the Otways, St Arnaud, Castlemaine, Werribee Gorge, Daylesford, Creswick, Blackwood, Warrnambool, sections of the Great South West Walk, sections of the Surf Coast Walk, sections of the Great Ocean Walk, South Australia - Wilpena Pound.

Of course the Grampians have been explored extensively and will continue to provide some interesting and challenging walks. We have joined other clubs on walks and have had other clubs join us.

The Annual meeting is held on the last Tuesday of July. General meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month at the SES headquarters, 35 Sloane Street, Stawell, commencing at 7.30pm. All interested persons who would like to know more about the club are welcome to come along.

The Grampians Bushwalking Club is an incorporated club and is affiliated with the Bushwalking Victoria Walking Clubs Inc. (BWV)

Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance as well as Association Liability Insurance is organised for all Clubs in Bushwalking Victoria.


* To provide opportunities for members to enjoy the outdoors. To provide walking trips and to foster allied outdoor activities.

* Promote safe and environmentally responsible recreational bushwalking and its benefits to the community.

* Work with other organisations having like interests; to assist with the development, maintenance and protection of the integrity and accessibility of walking tracks, so as to enhance their recreational bushwalking value for all.

* To encourage participation in the recreational activities in safety and with due consideration for others and the environment.

* Provide opportunities for members to learn new skills such as bush navigation and leadership.