Bushwalking & Social Clubs


Whether you are a keen cyclist, bush walker, 4 wheel drive, motorcycle or classic car enthusiast, we have the ideal venue for your recreational activities .

The spacious grounds surrounding Laurel Hill Forest Lodge also offer a number of recreational activities including several hectares of open fields suitable for ball games, a cement crick pitch and volley ball net.

There are a number of bush walking tracks starting at the Lodge, which allow you to explore the magnificent forests that make up the Laurel Hill region.

You may like to talk to Owen or Cathy about including some fun, adventurous or team building activities into your stay. Check out our list of regular activities or talk to us about your own special requirements.

Some of the clubs that visit us

Southern Highlands 4wheel Drive Club They enjoy their Xmas in July trip each year

Bicycle Wagga Wagga  Have a Wagga Wagga to Laurel Hill and Back ride

Classic Car Club Mountain Rally

Local and district Rotary Club activities

Mountain Bike Clubs enjoy our wonderful bush

Motor Bike Clubs enjoying the wonderful winding roads

Bushwalking Clubs love walking the Hume and Hovell Walking Track

We love bush walking and bush walkers….

Consider us for your next bushwalking camp.  Located on the summit of the Riverina highlands midway between the picturesque townships of Batlow and Tumbarumba, Laurel Hill Forest Lodge offers you the perfect setting for your next get away exploring the magic of Australia’s high country. Laurel Hill Forest Lodge is within easy driving distance of Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Wagga Wagga and Albury Wodonga. We have a thorough knowledge of the surrounding forests, private channel two-way radio coverage of the entire area, knowledge of the Hume and Hovell Walking Track, and drop off, pickup and back-up facilities to ensure a safe and enjoyable walk.

“To be honest I think it was our best time yet with you at Laurel Hill. I felt the group, the weather and the walks were just right for the group we had.
Thanks for your good work and hospitality.”
Regards,
Lauri
Shoalhaven Bushwalking Club