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The 30th Canberra Two-Day Walk will become the inurural Rotary Aussie Peace Walk in 2021. This is the story of it all began.
Don’t miss a twilight walking tour of Mulligans Flat. Search for endangered species like the Eastern Bettong and the Bush-stone Curlew
Three common hiking injuries you can prevent. Avoid shin splints, avoid knee injuries, and stop blisters that can occur when walking.
From Nara Peace Park on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, we followed the route planned for the Sunday 21km peace walk.Early on a mild Spring morning, three of us gathered near the Canberra Nara Peace Park on the southern shores of Lake Burley Griffin. We planned to...
A quick and tasty salmon recipe with a Middle Eastern zing. It will take 35-40 minutes to prepare but it is worth every delicious bite.
When bushwalking in the wilderness, you must aim to leave no trace. How to conserve our natural environment when walking in the bush.
During this COVID-19 pandemic year, Yvonne and Jamie Stewart have really missed the opportunity of travelling to IML events and catching up with their international walking friends. Yvonne and Jamie are Australia’s IML delegates. Yvonne is also the newly elected...
A healthy, modern version of the traditional Greek Salad recipe in Nachos. Substituting the traditional corn chips and guacamole.
It began with the World Peace Bell and now the message of peace is being spread to 100 schools around Australia as a Rotary Centenary initiative.'If there is to be peace in the world, there must be peace between nations.'On the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, in...
World War 2 Was the Deadliest Conflict in History. ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize for their campaign to abolish 14,500 nuclear weapons.
The 30th Canberra Walking Festival becomes the Inaugural Rotary Aussie Peace Walk. Join us in a community walk for peace – make friends over a fun weekend.
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