Rotary Aussie Peace Walk




The Canberra area has a human history dating back over 30,000 years. 

It is Australia’s Capital City, a unique city that feels like a ‘big country town’. 

This is our story…


Canberra is home to many ‘must-see’ national attractions. The Australian War Memorial, Questacon National Science & Technology Centre, The National Gallery, The Australian Mint and much more.

Things To Do

We know Canberra as the Bush Capital and with good reason. There are many parks, gardens and bush tracks to explore.

Hire a bike, get about on a Segway, take a boat tour on the lake.

How about a winery tour? or a Brewery tour? Canberra has something for everyone. 


Choose an apartment, motel or hotel. Find accommodation to suit your budget and lifestyle.

Latest Articles

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House of Bubbles

The House of Bubbles is a unique pop-up bar, trading from a vintage Citroen that offers a variety of champagne, beer and other bubbly treats.

World Music For The Heart and Soul

A unique selection of traditional pieces from all walks of life, showcasing the incredible diversity that flows through the world of music.

Medical Support

In the unlikely event first aid is required, the Get First Aid team will be the first responders on hand to provide medical support.

Out Of This World Team Prize

To make the Rotary Aussie Peace Walk look and feel like a moving festival, we have introduced an ‘out of this world’ team prize.

Jerrabomberra Wetlands

There is a wetland nature reserve near the centre of Canberra where people come to study threatened bird species and help conserve our habitat

Harry and Kathleen’s IML adventure

Harry and Kathleen Berg’s IML adventure started in 1990. Since then Harry has completed 100 events and Kathleen 98 IML walking events

Operation Flinders

A perfect example of walking for peace. Operation Flinders gives young people something that is lacking in their ‘normal’ life.

Name Change for the 30th Canberra Two-Day Walk

The 30th Canberra Two-Day Walk will become the inaugural Rotary Aussie Peace Walk in 2021. This is the story of how it all began.

Twilight Walking Tours

Don’t miss a twilight walking tour of Mulligans Flat. Search for endangered species like the Eastern Bettong and the Bush-stone Curlew

Prevent Hiking Injuries

Three common hiking injuries you can prevent. Avoid shin splints, avoid knee injuries, and stop blisters that can occur when walking.


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