Spring walks in Harcourt

Harcourt Walking Group welcomes anyone who wants to join them for a leisurely walk on Monday and Thursday mornings.

Local volunteers lead the group which meet at the Harcourt ANA Hall and Museum to walk for approximately an hour.

Participants enjoy the social aspect of the walk and receive health benefits as a result.

“We have fun exploring Harcourt, and then have a coffee and chat afterwards. The walk is great for our health and improves mental wellbeing for all involved.”, said one walker.

“Spring is a particularly lovely time to walk around Harcourt and see all of the native orchids.”

Bookings are not necessary; interested participants can meet at the Harcourt ANA Hall and Museum at 9.30am on Monday and Thursday mornings.

For further information, please call Dhelkaya Health’s Community Health team on 5479 1000.

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