USU Clubs > Clubs Full List > Social Sports > Bushwalkers [SUBW]

Sydney University Bushwalkers

The Sydney University Bushwalkers (SUBW) are a volunteer run bushwalking club at the university of Sydney. Most of our members are either current or former students, the club is open to all. We welcome everyone who is young by heart and shares our enthusiasm for the outdoors.

Why join us?

At SUBW, we are a way for people to come together for bushwalking, canyoning, abseiling and social events.

Regular day walks take place in the Blue Mountains, Ku-rin-gai and Royal National Parks. Overnight trips go further afield to places such as Kanangra-Boyd and Wollemi National Parks. Holidays see us in the Budawangs and Ettrema, Barrington Tops, the Snowy Mountains, Tasmania or even overseas.

For more information and to join the club please visit our website. 

Famous FOMO experiences on offer

Don't miss our annual PBT (President's Bludge Trip) or our summer canyoning!

Meet ups & Community
We usually have regular slide nights, showing photos of recent trips and have been running online skills workshops on topics such as first aid and safety, navigation and rope skills!

Membership fees


Contact Us

Visit Us