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The Hills Women's Shed Walk


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Description

The Hills Women's Shed Walk is a monthly event on the 3rd Sunday of the month.  A 2km or 5km walk around Balcombe Heights Estate in Baulkham Hills, and the option of motion meditation to start. 

The walk begins at Building 32, the home of THWS, located at the back of the estate. Best parking is next to Thompson Hall with a short walk down the side road to our building. 

Registration is $3 per person, $5 for a family (1 or 2 adults with kids). Come and support The Hills Women's Shed, get some exercise and connect with your local community.

A light morning tea will be provided after the walk.

All welcome - women, men, kids and dogs!

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What you will learn
  • Support The Hills Women's Shed, get some exercise and connect with you local community.
What you will get
  • A 2km or 5km community walk.
Parking Info

Best parking is next to Thompson Hall.


What to wear

Comfortable clothes for walking

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All welcome!

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Leanne

20 September 2018 • The Hills Women's Shed Walk

I loved the morning of exercise walking in the beautiful Balcombe Heights Estate and most of all the mindfulness motion meditation by Elena head Teacher Sheng Zhen Australia - Qigong. Enjoyed the community connections and sausage sizzle Barbeque. Thank you to The Hill's Women's Shed great morning had by all. Looking forward to next month. Leanne

Cecille

19 September 2018 • The Hills Women's Shed Walk

Great atmosphere and group of people. We had a wonderful time as a family. Good Family vibe Lots of food to share. Organisers were very friendly and informative. Good charity focus - women's and mental health Would love to come again.

Jackie

18 September 2018 • The Hills Women's Shed Walk

Such a great idea to meet others in the community, shame it wasn’t 5km as advertised