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Mt Druitt Medical Centre Walking Group

Provider : Heart Foundation Walking Groups
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Activity Details

Heart Foundation Walking group located in Mt Druitt (NSW).

Walking Speed: Medium pace

Frequency: Weekly

Dog Friendly: Yes

Pram Friendly: Yes


When you have found a Heart Foundation Walking group that suits you best, click through to the website to learn more and complete the registration form. You can contact the Walk Organiser of your chosen group with any questions regarding the group.


Please Note:
The image provided is a generic image and not an actual representation of the group. Some information such as age group and gender of group may not be accurate. We recommend contacting the organiser if you wish to confirm these details.

Location : Mt Druitt, NSW
Cost : FREE
Activities : Walking
Gender : Mixed
Days : Wednesday, Friday
Age Group : 18 to 25, 26 to 35, 36 to 50, 51 to 65, 65+
Level : Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

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About the provider

Heart Foundation Walking Groups

We want more Australians to walk more often, as it’s one of the best things we can do to protect our hearts.

Here at Heart Foundation Walking we work every day to achieve our goal – an Australia free of heart disease.

We do this by building and supporting a community of walkers.

Our program is Australia’s largest free walking network, and offers Australians multiple ways to walk with us.

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When you have found a Heart Foundation Walking group that suits you best, click through to the website to learn more and complete the registration form. You can contact the Walk Organiser of your chosen group with any questions regarding the group.

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