The Club is a group of people who enjoy bushwalks and similar activities. Trips are organised on a voluntary basis by and for Club Members. Trip Coordinators are unpaid volunteers who organise trips for fellow Club members. They are not paid professionals nor have commensurate training or responsibility. The Club is run entirely by its members who provide the administration and coordinate all the activities from bushwalks to cycling adventures to kayaking trips to social functions.
The Club has a 12 member Executive Committee, seven subcommittees, delegates to related organisations, custodians of Club assets, search and rescue contacts and many other volunteers. We have an office for administrative work and storing Club records. The Club is a member of Bushwalking Tasmania and works with the Tasmania Police Search and Rescue on training exercises and searches.
Our newsletter, the Circular is sent monthly to Members, by email or mail and contains details of the month's activities. Some of the activities require booking, particularly overnight walks, but most do not.
Each month an evening Club meeting is held at which Members are kept up to date with issues about bushwalking and the Club. The administrative side of these meetings is kept to a minimum and is followed by entertainment - presentations or talks - and supper. Non members are most welcome to attend.