The Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs is the peak New South Wales eco organisation for non-commercial bushwalking and associated outdoor recreation activities.
We were established in 1932 to represent the interests of our member Bushwalking Clubs.
Bushwalking is done all over Australia, but primarily in our National Parks, Forests and Reserves, encompassing mountain, forest, rain forest and desert areas.
They include the World Heritage Blue Mountains National Park, Snowy Mountains, Wollemi National Park, Royal National Park (the second oldest National Park in the world), Barrington Tops National Park, Morton National Park, Kanangra Boyd National Park.
These are just a few of the many notable National Parks in New South Wales (NSW) and the Australian Capital Territories (ACT).
The Confederation of Bushwalking Clubs is in turn a member of the National body Bushwalking Australia.