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Long Reef Walking Group

Provider : Belong Club
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Activity Details

Join the Belong Club for a fun-filled morning, walking and exploring the beautiful Long Reef headland! Lace up your sneakers and get ready to soak in the stunning coastal views and fresh ocean breeze.

The group will meet every second Monday at 9 am on the grass alongside the Long Reef Golf Club. We will head eastbound along the paved path toward the headland. There is a slight incline which is worth it for the view. Once we reach the top, we can soak in the spectacular view, and with any luck, we may see bird life, hang gliders, dolphins, and whales. We will continue along the trail atop the coastal cliffs toward Long Reef Beach. Once the trail reaches the beach, the trail veers away from the beach along a wooden boardwalk through the bushland. The path will take us through to Griffith Park where we can finish our walk with a coffee at one of the local cafes.

Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or just starting out, this event is perfect for all fitness levels. The track is an easy walk with a slight incline at the beginning. It’s a 3 km circuit and should take about 1 hour.

Don’t forget to bring your water bottle, sunscreen, and comfortable walking shoes.

Join the Long Reef Walking Group and let’s make unforgettable memories together. See you there!

Location : Long Reef Golf Club, Anzac Avenue, Collaroy NSW, Australia
Cost : FREE
Activities : Walking
Gender : Any
Days : Monday
Age Group : 36 to 50, 51 to 65, 65+
Level : Beginner

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About the provider

Belong Club

Established in 1994, Proveda is the Northern Sydney Region’s largest independent, not-for-profit, community-led organisation. Our focus is to support people, their families and carers to navigate the health and social care systems, access the services they require, when they require them, to get the most out of life.

The Belong Club is a Proveda initiative designed to create and foster connections in our community. Through activities, conversations, and knowledge sharing, Belong Club brings together anyone looking to try something new, re-ignite old passions, socialise, and connect with the community.

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