After a couple of months planning, we are delighted to announce the launch of the new Koonung Bushwalking club website.
Fees & Forms
Come join us!
We’d love to see you!
Koonung Bushwalking Club
We welcome new members throughout the year
- Before joining the club you must successfully complete 2 walks with the club.
- Casual visitors are welcome. Bushwalking Victoria recommend that prospective members and visitors complete 3 introductory walks. After 3 walks we will encourage you to join the club.
The annual fees are $50 per person or $85 per family.
The cost for attending introductory walks is $5 per walk (to cover temporary membership and insurance).
Membership fees are due by 30th June each year. If you join after November 1st , 50% of the Annual fee is payable. This covers you up to end of June the following year.
Former members re-joining after a 2 year or more break from club membership are required in their application to pay the Joining fee.
Club fees are listed on the Membership Application and Membership Renewal form.
Koonung Bushwalking Club acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we walk, work and live, and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community.
Managing Parks Together with Traditional Owners
Koonung Bushwalking Club supports Parks Vic initiative for Joint Management of Parks
Parks Victoria has had an Indigenous Person on the Board since 2015. Parks Victoria and Traditional Owners now share Joint Management of Parks in Victoria.
Become a Volunteer!
We would welcome your offer of assistance.
There are lots of areas where we need volunteers – walk leaders, leader assistance (whips), committee, sub committees, car-pooling, supper roster, walk talk newsletter, Facebook page, webpage, helping with special events, etc
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