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Walk for Indigenous Literacy Foundation Australian Walks

Walk for Indigenous Literacy Foundation

Garden Life have launched a new charity bushwalk program for 2021 after a sell-out season last year, having raised over $6000 for Indigenous Literacy Foundation.

Get back to nature and enjoy a fully guided, private bush walk in the pristine area surrounding glorious Pittwater. Join Garden Life’s founder, Richard Unsworth, local bush expert, Paul Webb, and a small group of fellow walkers (group size is limited to 8 people per walk) as you explore the natural surrounds.

While their original walks were along the Elvina Bay Track, they have a new route planned for upcoming walks that explores the area around and behind Lovett Bay and Linda Falls.

After the walk, lunch will be served at Trincomalee, Richard’s house and garden on the waterfront at Lovett Bay. There’s usually time for a quick tour of the garden in progress, and an opportunity to just soak up this unique, historic location.

They can also organise a private walk for businesses looking for a unique team experience.  

All funds raised goes to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation and the important work they do lifting literacy levels in remote Indigenous communities.

Book tickets here.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Wherever and whenever we walk, we acknowledge and pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians and Owners of the land.