sydney walking events 2017

Sydney Walking Events 2017

Find some of the best Sydney walking events for a personal challenge you can be proud of. Enjoy choosing a walk to suit you from the 2017 calendar, including Coastrek, Oxfam Trailwalker and fun runs such as the City to Surf, or Sutherland to Surf, that have a walking component.

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6 Best Whale Watching Places in Sydney

Whale watching season in Sydney is a great reason for you to get on the winter woollies, get out of the house and head to the coast. There are numerous vantage points all along Sydney’s coastline but we’ve chosen the six best, most easily accessible and dramatic places to watch whales in Sydney. If you’ve […]

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Chris O Brien Lifehouse Walk

Chris O’Brien Lifehouse Walk

How can a simple walk in the park turn into thousands of dollars for cancer care at leading non-profit Chris O’Brien Lifehouse? By adding up: 28 kilometres walking Royal National Park’s Coast Track 8 hours of effort 35,000 steps (you can do that, can’t you?) Then equate every step to a mere 2 cents to […]

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Google trekker Sydney walks

Google Trekker Sydney

It’s one thing reading about a walking track or seeing a few fancy photos, and another thing actually being there yourself. Until such time as three heel clicks of ruby red hiking boots will magically transport you, we’ve found the next best thing. It’s Google Street View Trekker, and it’s the online giant’s attempt to immerse you […]

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Best Walks Royal National Park

Best Royal National Park Walks

With all these bushwalking options, it’s no wonder Royal National Park is a favourite escape for Sydney-siders. It’s a pleasure to share some of the best Royal National Park walks with you, after all, this park is where it all started for us. The only problem now is choosing which walk you’ll tackle this weekend!

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Eagle Rock Royal National Park

Curracurrong Falls, or Eagle Rock in Royal National Park, is one of those rare waterfalls that sometimes looks like it’s flowing upwards. It can happen when the wind is strong enough to blow the water droplets back up before seemingly disappearing as mist. The churning ocean below shows the day’s wild weather. The waterfall is […]

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Duke of Ed Award adventurous journey sign-off

You’ve written the report for your Duke of Ed Award adventurous journey and now you need it signed off by your Assessor. (If you haven’t written your report here’s how to write a Duke of Ed adventurous journey log). You’ve done the hard parts, which are the journey and the report, this is the easy […]

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Walk this way – or not

http://www.smh.com.au/national/why-walking-for-pleasure-is-taking-a-step-back-in-society-20160811-gqqcxq.html

Remember how you walked to school? How everyone walked to school? Then you walked to the shops (if you were lucky and had 20c for a mixed bag of lollies), then you walked to your mate’s house and home again? It’s not just “kids these days” who aren’t walking – because kids only do what […]

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Duke of Edinburgh Award Adventurous Journey

What does a Duke of Edinburgh award adventurous journey look like? A whole lot of fun! Check out this video of Aquinas College Menai doing their bronze qualifier with us on the Coast Track in Royal National Park, Sydney. Thanks to the students and teachers of Aquinas College for letting us post this video and lotsafreshair.com for […]

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Is it safe to hike alone in Sydney?

There are two types of people who go hiking alone – those chasing the serenity, and those who think they don’t have a choice (but you do… find someone to walk with). Wherever you fit, here are tips to make your solo hiking trip in Sydney safe and sound. Is it safe to hike alone […]

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Walking groups Sydney

Never Walk Alone: Find Walking Groups Sydney

If you’re new to Sydney or your mates or partner aren’t the bushwalking type, don’t feel you have to walk alone. You’ll never hike solo if you don’t want to. There are different types of walking groups Sydney to suit your style. Here’s how to find someone to team up with: Bushwalking Clubs Free walks […]

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