Walking groups

Inner West Council's recent Recreation Needs Study: A Healthier Inner West has identified walking as the number one recreation activity enjoyed by residents of the Inner West.

There are a number of walking groups across the Inner West Council area that meet up regularly to have fun and stay healthy. The newly formed Parents with Prams at Lilyfield is still growing and Inner West Council has recently started a new Parents with Prams group along the Cooks River. There are groups for seniors, parents and people of all ages. 

 

Annandale Community Centre

Meet at Annandale Neighbourhood Centre, 79 Johnston Street, Annandale
Wednesdays 9am

For more information contact Suzie on 02 9392 5563

Enmore Energisers

Meet at Annette Kellerman Aquatic Centre Cafe, Black Street, Marrickville
Mondays 8.30am

For more information contact Natalie on 0415 650 057

Leichhardt Walk for Health

Meet at Le Montage Café, 38 Frazer Street, Lilyfield
Tuesdays 8.30am

For more information contact Bev on 0438 250 641

Parents with Prams

The Bay Run

Meet at Le Montage Café, 38 Frazer Street, Lilyfield
Mondays 10am

The Cooks River

Meet at Steel Park Waterplay Park, Illawarra Road, Marrickville
Wednesdays and Fridays 10am

For more information contact Suzie on 02 9392 5563

Join the Parents with Prams Facebook group

Curves Petersham

Meet at Le Montage Café, 38 Frazer Street, Lilyfield
On the third Sunday each month 8.30am

For more information contact Julie Goganovski on 0401 151 142

For more information on walking groups please call Suzie in the Recreation team on 02 9392 5563, email  recreation@innerwest.gov.au or visit the Heart Foundation website:

https://walking.heartfoundation.org.au/walking/new-south-wales

For more activities in the inner west visit What's on

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Page last updated: 18 Mar 2019