What we're about

Bushwalking is a winter activity in this part of Australia. The season runs from about April to October each year. We bushwalk regularly during those cooler months, sometimes overnight, or extended trips.

We love the outdoors and bushwalking, but it's the company that makes this group what it is.

Our ages at the moment range from late 20s to late 50s and beyond. This group is not suitable for young kids, however young people over about 12 who can manage the walks are very welcome.

Walkers should have "a reasonable level of walking fitness, and able to walk a minimum of 15km over variable terrain in a total of 4-5 hours (in the cooler months)".

We limit numbers on walks. For a full explanation, please see our page Numbers and RSVPs. (http://www.meetup.com/redtail-bushwalkers/pages/RSVPs%2C_Waiting_Lists%2C_Cancellations_and_No_Shows/)

We enjoy a cold beer and good discussion at the end of a day out, almost as much as being out there in nature.

If you're into the natural world, science, flora, fauna, or just simply enjoying the bush, then this may be the group for you.

Looking forward to meeting you!

* We're named after the Red-tailed Black-Cockatoo, specifically the local subspecies Calyptorhynchus banksii naso.

You can also find us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/groups/175078449774132/).

Past events (174)

Bibbulmun Track - Three Mountains

Albany Highway & Millars Log Road

Mt Cooke loop

Ye Olde Narrogin Inne

Greenmount Hill – Nyaania Creek

Boya Quarry Carpark

Ebenezer Valley - in the wandoo


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