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G2 Urban Trail #8: Ethnicity & Gender in Sydney City
Mar 06

G2 Urban Trail #8: Ethnicity & Gender in Sydney City

Date & Time
6 March 2024 7:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Timezone
(UTC+11:00) Australia/Sydney

Registrations Close
6 March 2024 7:00 AM

Meeting Spot Location and Time: Sydney Train 6:42am Newcastle Intg; 6:45am Hamilton; 6:58am Cardiff; 7:12am

Fassifern; 7:30am Morisset.

Description:  Distance up to 10km. Tracing various sites and sights of some of the ethnic groups and notable women in Central Sydney.

 

Maps: www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/history/history-walks. Select the pdfs -

Community, and Skirting Sydney.

Walk Leader and Contact Details: Harwood 

Registration: Members register on the Event, visitors contact the Walk Leader above or the Events Coordinator Greg  Text: 0431008329.

Upon registration it will be assumed you have read the Watagan Wanderers Bushwalkers Club Bushwalking Notes for Walkers Document  and you bring in your pack a completed Medical Information and Emergency Contact Slip

If any children will be attending click on this link to our Watagan Wanderers’ Responsible Person Risk Waiver Form for Children under 18 Years of Age. Sign and present this form to the walk leader.

Temporary members are required to, prior to participation, download, read and sign this Temporary Members' Risk Waiver Form.



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G2 Urban Trail #8: Ethnicity & Gender in Sydney City - Wed Mar 6
Distance up to 10km. Tracing various sites and sights of some of the various ethnic groups and notable women in Central Sydney.. ... more