MoseyMingle Twin Walks 11km + 12km
Discover Canberra’s Natural Beauty in the MoseyMingle: The Bush Capital’s Easiest Weekend Walking Challenge.
Discover Our Capital City
So you think Canberra is all roundabouts and national institutions?
People love Australia’s capital for its abundant green spaces and natural beauty. The MoseyMingle is a weekend event with two walks, one on Saturday (11km) and one on Sunday (12km), exploring different areas of this picturesque capital city.
A great event for the whole family, or your club or work group.
This is a two-day event that will take you on scenic walks around the beautiful Lake Burley Griffin and its surroundings.
Not only will you enjoy the fresh air, the stunning views and the friendly atmosphere of this unique challenge, but you will also be taking part in an event that attracts visitors from many parts of the world.
If you complete both the 11km and the 12km walks on the weekend of the Aussie Peace Walk, we will recognise your effort with the Aussie Peace Walk two-day walker medal. If you’ve done the Aussie Peace Walk before and you already have the medal, you’ll receive the 2024 bar to add to your existing medal.
What country will you represent?
Share Your Heritage and Be Part of The Fun
Just like the MarchMingle, the MoseyMingle participants continue the celebration of their cultural heritage.
Many people wear a shirt with flag or add a small flag to a daypack or hat. Some wear colourful clothing that identifies their favourite destination or their cultural heritage.
The idea is to meet others, chat, make friends, learn about other nations and their culture. Let’s embrace our differences as you walk along together.
Peace comes from understanding and what better way to get to know another culture than to walk along chatting with someone from another land?
Get Your Two-Day Walk Medal
When you complete a walk of 10 or more kilometres on two consecutive days, you’ll earn the Canberra Two-Day Walk medal with the year bar.
If you’ve received the medal before, you’ll get the new 2024 bar to add to your ribbon. Each bar has the year on one side and an Australian native animal on the reverse.
2022 had a fish, 2023 had a lizard and you’ll find out what’s on the back of the 2024 bar when you finish your Sunday walk!
Prizes to be Won
Family-Friendly Fun in the Bush Capital
If you read about the Mingle Millipedes competition in the MarchMingle, you can make a millipede in the MoseyMingle too.
It will be harder to keep it up, but maybe you’ll have an awesome millipede when you dance past the judges!
Random participants will also receive spot prizes. All you have to do to be in with a chance is to enter and get involved.
Places You’ll Walk Past
Walkers will approach Anzac Parade from the West, having come through the tunnel under Parkes Way and past The Griffin apartments on to Constitution Avenue.11km, '21km East' and 42km walkers will proceed along the western side of Anzac Parade towards the Australian...
Stirling Ridge, Ngunnawal scar tree, remains of the Westlake settlement and Lotus Bay.Despite starting and finishing a stone’s throw from the city centre, all the Sunday walks include some bush tracks. The walk with the most bushland walking is the 24 km which takes...