Stunning scenery, easy public transport access and relaxed friendly company are enjoyed on the many walks that WEA Ramblers Sydney offers in the Sydney metropolitan area and Greater Sydney region.

Our club started in the 1920s as part of the Workers Educational Association, with its members sharing a love of the bush and a common interest in both bird-watching and native flora & fauna. At that time, walks were organised twice a month on a Sunday (the only work-free day).

We now have a variety of walks scheduled on weekdays and weekends, each graded for their level of difficulty.

To cater for different abilities and interests, our walks include historical city walks, harbour and coastal track walks, and harder bushwalks in national parks.

Our popular short holidays with day walks include destinations such as Kosciuszko National Park and Blue Mountains National Park. Transport is organised using shared private vehicles or public transport. Accommodation is usually in cabins, hotels and motels.

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