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Tandanya Magazine

Tandanya is the magazine of the Adelaide Bushwalkers. Released quarterly it contains articles of general interest to bushwalkers and our members. We're always keen to receive articles from members about hikes in South Australia or further afield, or from anyone with an article of interest to bushwalkers.

Winter 2019

July 2, 2019
Tandanya Magazine: Winter 2019

Our Winter 2019 edition is out, featuring:

  • GPS–based, Long–distance Walking Trail - Ray Hickman
  • Mt Aspiring National Park New Zealand - Mal Watt
  • Tasmania’s Flinders Island - Arthur Ward
  • Leadership Mentoring - Ben Campbell
  • Aboriginal Rock Art in South Australia - Roxanne Crook
  • Lincoln National Park - Roger Kempson

Autumn 2019

March 21, 2019
Tandanya Magazine: Autumn 2019

Our Autumn 2019 edition is out, featuring:

  • Wanderings Of The Wednesday Walkers by John Bartlett
  • Blanchetown Backwaters by David Wattchow
  • Log Book Excerpts by Bruce Marquis
  • Adelaide Canoe Club by Bruce Gregor
  • Disposing of Gas Canisters by Bruce Marquis
  • Snowball Earth Glaciation Evidence Near Adelaide by Bruce Marquis

Summer 2018

December 11, 2018
Tandanya Magazine: Summer 2018

Our Summer 2018 edition is out, featuring:

  • Walking In The Central Pyrenees by Lee Marling
  • New Member Reflections by Hannah Wang
  • Three British Peaks by Alex Donald
  • Walking in the Western Gammons by Ray Hickman

Spring 2018

September 6, 2018
Tandanya Magazine: Spring 2018

Our Spring 2018 edition is out, featuring:

  • Envenomation First Aid and the Pressure Immobilisation Technique by Garry Tretheway
  • Arthur Range Traverse- Boardwalk to Federation Peak by Ben Trainor
  • Caroona Creek Conservation Park walk by Bruce Marquis


Belair National Park, 28 Aug
Telowie Gorge Conservation Park, 31 Aug - 1 Sep
The Coorong - Nukan Kungun Hike, 7 Sep - 8 Sep
Adelaide Botanic Garden/Torrens river, 11 Sep
Kuitpo Forest to Mylor, 14 Sep - 15 Sep
Hiking gear for hire at reasonable rates. Try out gear before you buy your own.
Checklist of equipment, food ideas, water, first aid list, rules, minimal impact bushwalking and what to do if you get lost.
Meetings 7:30pm on the 1st Wednesday of the month, in the hall at the North Adelaide Community Centre.
Joining ABW takes you to new places you may never have heard of, off the beaten track, and to have new experiences.