A Walking Challenge Worth Taking
You can enter to take part in a walk on either the Saturday or the Sunday of the Aussie Peace Walk, Canberra’s International Two-Day Walking Festival.
Or, you can step up to the challenge and complete a walk on each day to earn your prestigious two-day walker medal.
Push yourself, explore picturesque trails, and embrace the satisfaction of achieving something extraordinary.
Enjoy Walking – It’s Not a Race
Aussie Peace Walk is about embracing the joy of walking, not competing against others. Challenge yourself by participating in the longest walks, test your limits, and revel in the personal accomplishment that comes with each step.
Join us with your family, club, or work colleagues to enjoy the weekend, making new friends in Australia’s Bush Capital.
As an international event, you’ll have to opportunity to walk with people from around the world. Talk about their country and learn about their culture. Maybe one day, you’ll have the opportunity of travelling to walk with your new friends in their own country?
Adventure, Fun and Prizes
The Aussie Peace Walk is not just a walking challenge, it’s about having fun and enjoying the outdoors together.
Plus, you could win a spot prize across the weekend. There are also competitions and prizes to be won for those who contribute to the spirit of the event.
Walk for a Worthy Cause
Make every step count by raising funds for your favourite charity.
By participating in Aussie Peace Walk, you’ll not only experience an unforgettable journey but you can also help make a positive impact for those in need.
Not only will a percentage of your entry fee go to support one of the event’s charity partners, but you can also use the event to help raise funds for a charity that is close to your heart.
An Event for All Generations
Aussie Peace Walk is for all ages. It’s an opportunity for families to bond, create lasting memories, and inspire younger generations to embrace outdoor activity.
In 2023, our youngest participant was six-years-old and our eldest two-day walker was 93.
The Aussie Peace Walk is an event where people of all ages and backgrounds can participate on an equal footing.
Make a weekend of it. Come to Canberra and join in on a incredible walking adventure together.
Discover Australia’s Bush Capital
Canberra earned the nickname ‘Bush Capital’ because it is surrounded by the magnificent Brindabella ranges and has bushland areas sprinkled throughout the suburbs.
You can experience unforgettable walking adventures with stunning scenery and wildlife just a short walk from the heart of the city.
Cultivate Lifelong Friendships
Aussie Peace Walk brings people together from across Australia and around the globe. Interact with fellow participants as you walk side by side, share stories, laughter, and forge lifelong friendships as you take the walking journey together.
A Walking Festival For All Fitness Levels
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Places You’ll Walk Past
These trenches were designed for attack and defence, and for the movement, housing, safety and support of troops. After 21km and 42km walkers pass the Carillon checkpoint, you will continue along beside Lake Burley Griffin and then beside the Molonglo River that was...
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