Welcome to the Pandani website
The emphasis is on bushwalking but there are also kayaking, cycling, mountain biking, and photographic events held at various times of the year, as well as monthly social meetings. Many club members are keen bush photographers and an annual photographic competition/exhibition is held in September.
A modified version of the latest activity program is available here. For privacy and security reasons, the names and telephone numbers of most leaders have been removed. To become a member, you can either simply join the Club, or go on two walks as a visitor.
The Club holds monthly meetings on the first Thursday of every month (except January). These provide an opportunity to meet with other Club members, chat about recent and forthcoming Club trips, share photos, and hear about the latest in gear. There are short sessions on bushwalking skills and other related topics such as mountain biking, kayaking and bush photography, as well as presentations from guest speakers.
There is also a range of other social events such as barbeques, picnics, movie nights and visits to restaurants arranged from time to time by Club members. In addition, the Club has a Facebook page, an open page welcome to browsers.
'Twenty Years Down The Track'
The Club is now 20 years old! To commemorate this achievement a book with the above title has been published documenting the
origins and history of the Club and featuring descriptions of many of the noteworthy walks and events during the years. Many
spectacular photographs are also included. The book is sold in various book shops around Hobart and is available from the Club for Pandani Club members. |
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News and Events
The Woolleys Tarn walk on Sunday October 23 with Susan Gardner has been changed to Lake Skinner. This is due to the closure of the road at some flood damaged bridges about 6km before the walk start. There is an alternative access, however it is longer and unfamiliar to the organiser. Lake Skinner is a similar walk in the same area. Meeting time and place are unchanged.