Walking Group

St Paul’s Walking Group is an enthusiastic group of people who regularly do walks together in some of beautiful areas around Canberra. All are welcome to join the Group and the walks.

These are not official walks but an invitation for Parishioners and friends to go for a walk. Those intending to participate are responsible for their own safety and well being.  At all times please follow the directions and advice provided by Walk Leaders.  Please remember to wear hats, bring sunscreen, carry water and, where relevant, provide your own lunch and other snacks as indicated. If you intend to join the walks please ensure that you ring the Leader to indicate your attendance, preferably 48 hours before the walk date.

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Future Walks

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Lake Burley Griffin Walk

Time: 10:00am

Contact: Pat & Sandy White

Location: Car park

Address: Flynn Drive, Yarralumla


Millpost Hill Walk

Time: 9:00am - 3:00pm

Contact: Georgina Ekin / 0428126682

Location: Millpost Hill

Address: North Lyneham Shops, Colville St, Lyneham ACT 2602


Cooleman Ridge Walk

Time: 9:30am

Contact: Father John Gibson / 6161 2321

Location: Cooleman Ridge, Chapman


Mt Stromlo Walk

Time: 9:15am

Contact: John Holthouse / Mobile 0432 543 396 (call or text)

Location: Mount Stromlo Observatory

Address: Cotter Rd, Weston Creek ACT 2611

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Isaacs Ridge Walk

Time: 10:00am

Contact: Pat & Sandy White

Location: Car park

Address: Pindari Crescent, O’Malley

Past Walks


Past walks have included the following diverse destinations:

  • 02 May 2015 – The Molongolo River
  • 11 February 2015 – Illawong Lodge in the Snowy Mountains
  • 25 October 2014 – “Ngaraka: Shrine for the Lost Koori” by Djon Mundine in collaboration with Fiona Foley
  • 20 September 2014 – Manuka Swimming Pool and interesting sites in Kingston and Manuka
  • 09 August 2014 – The O’Connor wetlands and other interesting sites in Turner and O’Connor
  • 29 March 2014 – Visiting gardens and points of interest around New and Old Parliament House, Canberra
  • 06 April 2013 – Scotts Crossing, former Molonglo River crossing point