See also the official club website for comprehensive information and to contact the club.

The Pandani Bushwalking Club organises walks and other activities in southern Tasmania and further afield on weekends and weekdays all year round. Walks range from gentle strolls to multi-day trips in remote areas. Membership is open to all and there are no special entry requirements.

The emphasis is on bushwalking but there are also kayaking, social and photographic events held at various times of the year. Many club members are keen bush photographers and a photographic competition and exhibition is held each year.

The club was formed at an inaugural meeting on 2 April 1992 and became a fully incorporated club on 19 June 1992. It originated primarily from people who had been through the Adult Education “Introduction to Bushwalking” course and who had continued to walk together as friends after completing the course.

From an original collection of fifteen people group membership has continued to grow and diversify and there are now well over 300 members.