Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Walk it off in Campbelltown

The Campbelltown City Walk on the 9th March is a brilliant way to get fit, socialize and is hitting it’s 23rd year anniversary. This is a 6km walk for fun or if you’re really into pounding the pavements, you can challenge yourself with the 11km endurance walk.

The cool part about the walk is that you can grab a group of friends, family members or work colleagues to join you. Even local sporting clubs get geared up for the big day that starts at the stunning Australian Botanic Garden, Mount Annan.

The Walk also hosts a barrel draw set of prizes at the start of the race and at the presentation ceremony so not only can you stay fit but you can also be a winner!

As the event is family friendly, the event course takes place in the Gardens so it’s safe, scenic and hopefully sunny.

The website includes the details about getting your registration complete, for individuals and groups and the deadline dates for entry.  Chest numbers and shoe tags are included in the registration and after two decades of the Walk, the committee’s nailed the ease of registration to a fine art.

The gardens are a one hour drive south west from Cremorne Point Manor so if you’re thinking of visiting the city and looking for an affordable hotel in Sydney, look no further.

After a full day at the Gardens, making new friends, winning barrel prizes and learning how the shoe tag system works (it’s easy, trust us), head back to the Manor and put your feet up to watch the sunset and Harbour skyline. Put your best foot forward and have a brilliant day of exercise!

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