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Walking is a wonderful way to keep fit. It is easy, free and good for people of all ages, both physically and mentally. Just 30 minutes a day can make a real difference.
Keep fit by joining a weekly City of Kalamunda Walking Group! The Groups are free and a great opportunity to socialise while looking after your health. Walk routes and lengths vary between 45–60 minutes depending on numbers.
The City of Kalamunda runs several Walking Groups throughout the City so now you can also socialise while you exercise!
If you are interested in starting a new walking group please contact the Club Development Officers to further discuss.Phone: 9257 9839Email: email@example.com.
A FREE weekly 5km event for participants of all standards, which takes place every Saturday at 8:00am
Parkrun is not a race against other runners, but a 5km timed event. Whether for fun or as part of a training plan, it offers an opportunity for all the local community, regardless of age or gender, to come together on a regular basis to enjoy the local beauty and get physically active.
People are encouraged to run, jog or walk together irrespective of their ability – this event is truly open to all and best of all it really is FREE!Find more information at: https://www.parkrun.com.au/mundyregional/
When: Saturday @ 8.00amWhere: Mundy Regional Park, 81 West Terrace, Kalamunda, WA 6076
Exercising outside is a great way to stay healthy, improve your fitness an enjoy the great outdoors.
The equipment is free to use and available all year round.
The City of Kalamunda has installed outdoor exercise equipment at the following locations. Please select the location card to get more information:
Fleming Reserve, High Wycombe
Jacaranda Springs, High Wycombe
Tyler Mews Park, Forrestfield
Nature Playspace, Wattle Grove
Bill Shaw Reserve, Lesmurdie
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.