Walks with Kids

2013 Beach Walk for Brain Cancer – Sunday 24th November 2013

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I know I am not alone in having lost a loved one to cancer, nor in knowing children who have lost a parent. It’s helpful to assist our friends and family as they endure their illness. It’s also helpful – and so healing for us survivors – to help find better treatments and even cures […]

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Sydney Coastal Walks With Kids – Dee Why To Curl, Curl

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It’s become a habit to always do something good for me on the day before school holidays start and the day after they wend. And yesterday I especially needed a treat, a bit of a boost.  I’d found the last couple of days of the holidays really hard and had been very weepy.

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Cremorne Point Walk – Stroller Walks In Sydney

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If you’re looking for a very, very beautiful walk, look no further. This one has the best Harbour views, a lovely sea pool and even a playground. Quick, grab the pram, get going!

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Cremorne Point – A Secret Lighthouse!

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We all love a lighthouse and why wouldn’t we? And there’s nothing like a little adventure by the Harbour. Here’s one to enjoy when your children have become sure-footed. Robertson Point Lighthouse is at the very tip of Cremorne Point. (I’ve put a map at the bottom of this post.) The lighthouse is still active, […]

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Child-Friendly Walks in Sydney – Three Ideas For Your Family

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Guest Post by Larissa Mane When they’re in the house, they’re bored. When they’re outdoors, they’re bored. But when they find something fun, you never hear the end of it. Kids are a tough crowd to entertain sometimes, and that’s especially true when you want to squeeze in some quality time with the bubs and […]

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Warriewood Wetlands – Sydney’s Most Family-Friendly Walks

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Who knew that 26 hectares of wetland was hidden here so close to Warriewood’s shopping centre? Not me for a long, long time. Warriewood Wetland is the largest remaining sandplain wetland in Sydney. After many decades of dispute, this important are is now protected and can be enjoyed by the community.

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Family Fun at Jervis Bay – The Wreck Walk from Abraham’s Bosom, Currarong

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This is a really easy 2.5km walk, very suitable for young children and even for parents with babies and toddlers in 4WD strollers. Obviously, there’s much discussion of pirates, shipwrecks, buried treasure etc on a walk like this. My friend and I, with our four twins, went on a wild and windy day. The waves […]

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Jervis Bay Family Fun- Telegraph Creek Natural Trail

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Here’s a very easy and really gorgeous short bushwalk that’s suitable for almost every family.  It’s only 2.4km long and takes about an hour when you’re going at childs’ pace. Last time we were down at Jervis Bay, we left Giant Teenager snoozing in his fetid pit and came walking with the three younger children. […]

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Sydney’s Best Stroller Walks – Heart of the Harbour City

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Here’s a wonderful, long walk which is a must for all visitors to Sydney.  Whether pushing a stroller or walking with the family, it’s a manageable route with views that will take your breath away.  

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Sydney’s Best Stroller Walks- Crossing the Coathanger

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And after that long, long Easter and Anzac weekend, here’s an extract from Sydney For Under Fives about a nice healthy and very beautiful way to burn off a few of those chocolatey calories. This is a stroller walk right across the Harbour Bridge, it’s a wonderful way to see the city and Harbour and […]

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