Welcome to our walking club.

Bushwalkers of Southern Queensland Inc. (BOSQ) is one of the oldest bushwalking clubs in south-east Queensland. 

If you have an interest in walking with a club as a safe and healthy recreational activity, we’d love to meet you.

Please see our monthly Walks Programme web page for a detailed Walk & Social guide for the upcoming month.  

















Club Meetings:
Club Meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, starting at 7.30pm. We meet at the Little Kings Movement Hall, at the corner of O'Keefe and Carl Streets, Buranda.


New Members and Guests are asked to come along to our monthly meeting and say Hi.     You can then nominate for your preferred walk, or social event.

To assist visitors or potential members, our club has a wide range of walks, to cater for different fitness levels and experience.

We usually like to welcome you with an "easier" type of walk, so that you can feel at ease and get to know us.

There are a combination of Graded Track walks, Off Track walks, Half Day social walks held on a monthly basis as well as Base Camp" weekends and "Through Walks".






Late changes in proposed walks



Changes to the "pre-printed April 2009 Footnotes Newsletter"

Thurs 11 April – SOC Sunset Walk Teneriffe to Hamilton

Grade:   S 2 2

Leader:  John Marshall 

Meet:  Teneriffe Ferry Terminal  4 pm

go card:  bring. Join us for a pleasant flat 4 km walk from Teneriffe via Newstead House and the northern bank of the river to Hamilton where we will check out the Portside Wharf area. See the progress on the Kingsford Smith Drive widening project and the historical display panels on the way. Return by CityCat to the start point with the option of refreshments nearby.


SOC  Social dinner Tue 16 April

Venue: Jackpot Dining, 100 Boundary Street, West End

Organiser: Kym Schluter

Nominate by 14 April

Meet:   Outside 6.45 p.m.

Public transport: if you don’t want the hassle of finding a parking space, the frequent West End 199 BUZ bus route stops at the door, or at a pinch the restaurant is within walking distance of South Brisbane station and the Cultural Centre bus station. 

This is a “cheap and cheerful” Chinese restaurant with almost everything less than $14.  Service is claimed to be very quick so there should be plenty of time to go to one of the other nearby eateries for dessert and coffee for those interested. 





Emergency assistance app.

Emergency+ is a government app that gives your latitude and longitude, a map showing where you are, and touch-dial displays for Triple-0, SES and Police. Download from app store- IOS/Google Play Store.




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