• Montage side panel 1DWide range of activities – Our Club provides members with a wide range of choice in activities, from easy on-track day walks to very challenging ‘epic’ multi-day pack-carries, catering to a wide range of abilities and preferences. If you are just starting out in bushwalking you will have a great opportunity to build confidence and progress from easy to more challenging activities.
  • Knowledge & Experience - Our Club - through its leaders -  has knowledge and experience of a wide range of W.A’s best bushwalking opportunities, probably unmatched by other Perth groups.
  • Skills Training & Development -  Our Club offers members opportunities for largely free training and development in leadership, navigation, camping and backpacking skills, abseiling, first aid, and wilderness survival.
  • Safety Standards - We have a long history of conducting safe activities. Through our policies and practices we foster high standards of risk management among our leaders. Safety can be overlooked or neglected by more informal  groups.
  • Protection -  Through public liability and personal accident insurances our Club provides our members and visitor walkers with the  comfort that if something does go wrong they are far more protected than they would be otherwise from costs many walkers may not have considered.
  • Walking Fellowship – You will share walking activities with a large group of like-minded individuals and form many new friendships.
  • Access to bushwalking areas – Through its common meeting place policy, our Club offers members the opportunity to easily get to walk areas that they may otherwise find too expensive or difficult to reach as individuals or as part of smaller groups. The benefits include car pooling which reduces fuel costs and results in fewer cars parked at less secure start points.
  • Informality  -  Our Club doesn't have a formal book-in policy for most day walks, so  members have the flexibility to turn up on the day of an activity without requiring prior commitment.
  • Gear Hire – Our Club maintains quite an extensive inventory of bushwalking and camping equipment for hire at very low rates to members for Club activities.
  • Strong Program – Our Club maintains a strong program, including many activities every month of the local bushwalking season.
  • Environmental Responsibility – Our Club’s practices ensure our activities have minimal impact on the natural environment  that provides us with so much pleasure.
  • ‘Permanency’ -  Our Club has moved with the times, but is also a 'stayer' of substance, with a proud history of more than 45 years, providing a lasting stable Club environment for its members. Unlike some more informal groups, it doesn't rely on just one or two short-term ‘champions’ to thrive.
  • Opportunity to Contribute in a Club's Organisation – Club Committee positions can provide a great opportunity for personal development, for those wanting to feel more directly involved and willing to give something back to the Club and community while also gaining valuable experience in Committee processes and organisational governance. This is helped by the Club having strong governance policies and procedures in place.