Circulars, notices, membership forms, handwritten notes, programmes, and related material. Circulars and programmes from 1951-1963 are dated; others have day and month listed only. Activities detailed in these papers include day hikes, camping, slide nights or sessions, rock-climbing, suppers and training sessions on bushwalking and hiking techniques, regular meetings. Rucksacks were purchased by the club and could be hired by members. Regular bushwalking routes and sites included Mount Barney, Stradbroke Island, the Glasshouse Mountains, Enoggera Reservoir in Ferny Grove, Cunningham's Gap, Binna Burra, and Mount Lindsay. Some personal information about the members was shared, such as when members left or returned, or were married. The care and maintenance of Dryden's Hut on Mount Barney also regularly featured.
University of Queensland Bushwalking Club