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Speaking of beautiful harbour walks.. here's an opportunity

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Speaking of beautiful harbour walks.. here's an opportunity

Hi all,

as one of the recent threads was about beautiful harbour walks with architecture... I thought' I'd mention this opportunity to do one of the harbour walks with a special twist.

If you happen to be in Sydney on Sunday 2nd September (Father's Day) there is a fundraiser walk for the Sydney Institute of Marine Science (a registered charity).

The walk begins under the Harbour Bridge at Bradfield Park and ends at Chowder Bay where there will be a marine themed festival going on.

They are also going to be running a special ferry shuttle service (free for registered walkers) back to Kirribilli.. sure beats having to muck about getting a bus! So the logistics is all taken care of very easily.

"SIMS is the premier marine research facility in NSW working to protect and preserve Sydney Harbour as well as our coastline and oceans. A landmark collaborative research and training institute based on Sydney Harbour in Chowder Bay, Mosman, SIMS brings together scientists from four NSW universities as well as state and federal marine and environmental agencies."

Have a look at

http://simsharbourhike.gofundraise.com.au/

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