Walking can be a solitary activity; it also provides an opportunity to build meaningful connections with others.
From traversing rugged mountains to strolling along serene coastlines, each of us have a unique tale to tell.
Every step is an opportunity for discovery.
Step into a world of inspiration as we introduce you to some of our incredible walkers and the awe-inspiring places they explore.
Jamie and his wife, Yvonne, regularly man the IML Information Desk at the Aussie Peace Walk. Come and ask them about their adventures walking around the world.Officially known as the Jogia International Heritage Walk, the Yogyakarta IML event is held in November each...
Diana goes IML walking in Yatsushiro Japan and San Antionio USA
A story about a walk along the Settlers Track in Namadgi National Park near Canberra ACT
For those who enjoy the Aussie Peace Walk, ACT Walking for Pleasure offers the opportunity to maintain your social walking practice throughout the year.
Elizabeth is a Master Walker who has completed 29 IML Walks. Be inspired by her walking journey.
Harry and Kathleen Berg’s IML adventure started in 1990. Since then Harry has completed 100 events and Kathleen 98 IML walking events
A perfect example of walking for peace. Operation Flinders gives young people something that is lacking in their ‘normal’ life.
Don’t miss a twilight walking tours of Mulligans Flat. Search for endangered species near Canberra
Walk planning for the 24km walk for the first Aussie Peace Walk walking festival in 2021