Local bicycle groups
Whether it's for fun or fitness, joining a bicycle group is a great way to meet other cycling enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.
Boroondara Bicycle Users' Group
Boroondara Bicycle Users' Group promotes a safe and welcoming environment for cyclists in the City of Boroondara. This voluntary group has close links with Council, Bicycle Network and other local bicycle user groups.
Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre
Surrey Hills Neighbourhood Centre hosts regular bike rides for beginners and experienced riders.
Ashburton Riders Club
Ashburton Riders Club is an informal group of cyclists who ride for fun and fitness. The club welcomes beginners and experienced riders from Ashburton, Glen Iris and Camberwell.
University of the Third Age
University of the Third Age - Hawthorn has a cycling club that arranges regular rides all over Victoria for semi-retired or retired people.
Local walking groups
Walking is gentle on your body and suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. It’s also a great way to catch up with friends and be active at the same time.
Neighbourhood and community houses
Many of our neighbourhood and community houses have walking groups you can join.
Heart Foundation walking groups
Australia’s largest free community-based walking network, Heart Foundation Walking, aims to make regular physical activity enjoyable and easy, especially for people who are not used to being active. You can join one of their free walking groups or track your progress online as part of their virtual walking community.
Boroondara Bushwalkers club organises regular bushwalks and other outdoor activities in parks and forests near Melbourne, throughout Victoria and interstate.
You can search for bushwalking clubs across Victoria on the Directory of Victorian Bushwalking Clubs affiliated with Bushwalking Victoria.