Now into its twelfth year, the annual Cancer Council NSW Seven Bridges Walk will return on Sunday 29 October 2017 bigger and better than ever.
The course will be open from 7.30am to 4.30pm on event day.
You can register for the event by following the links on this site.
This is a great day out for the whole family.
The past ten years has seen a total of 90,000 walkers take part in the Seven Bridges Walk and over $2.7 million raised for charity. The event is a great way to see Sydney, benefit your health, join in a great community activity and raise money for charity. You can donate online or at any of the event Villages or bridges along the way.
To participate in the event you can register online prior to the day or pay on the day.
First 2,000 (Early Bird): $35
Second 2,000 (Slept through the alarm): $40
Standard (online): $45*
On the Day: $60*
Children 12 and under are free
It is not a race and everyone is a winner. You can start at any of the seven event Villages and walk clockwise around as much or little of the 28km closed loop circuit as you like. As part of the offerings for the Cancer Council NSW Seven Bridges Walk, there will be food, music and activities at each of the seven Villages.
If you are attempting to complete the entire course, we strongly recommend that you start prior to 11am in order to finish before the 4.30pm course and Village closures.
The Cancer Council NSW Seven Bridges Walk will be an experience celebrating walking; it's not a race and everyone will be a winner. The course is a 28km closed loop circuit that travels clockwise around Sydney Harbour, highlighting many of the magnificent views around the harbour.
The course and facilities will be open from 7.30am - 4.30pm on event day.
Participants can register and start at any Village, where they can pick up their Event Passport which includes a course map and official event wristband. There will be water stations at each Village for participants to fill up their own water bottles.
To assist Cancer Council NSW in this event we are encouraging people to donate online or on event day at any of the seven Villages.
Around the course participants will use existing pathways and will therefore need to abide by normal road rules.
No special event clearways or road closures will be in place.
All participants walk in a clockwise direction only, this is to ease congestion and make the walk safer for all.
Click here to preview the course map
A map will be provided on the day in your Event Passport.
There are three points on the course where the course splits and you have to choose which option you would like to walk:
Choice of either walking the path underneath both bridges, which leads (via stairs) to the historic Iron Cove Bridge. You will then join the normal route on the other side of the bridge on Victoria Road (Canada Bay).
Or you can use the ramp leading to the newer Iron Cove Bridge (accessible for prams & wheelchairs) and join the normal route on the other side of the bridge on Victoria Road (Canada Bay).
Choice of either taking the bushwalk track through Tambourine Bay Reserve (mobility restricted) OR to continue along the footpath via Flaumont Ave and Carranya Rd to Warraroon Rd (accessible). The bush track is approximately 300m longer.
Choice of either taking the bushwalk track through Gore Creek Reserve (mobility restricted) OR continue along the footpath by crossing Northwood Rd onto River Rd, following course signs to re-join with the bushwalk route at Gore St (accessible). Both routes are approximately the same distance.
There are a number of different ways of going through some of the areas along the course that may be slightly shorter than the mapped Seven Bridges Walk Route, however the course has been identified this way to provide a more enjoyable and where possible, pedestrian friendly navigation through these areas.
There will be seven Villages around the course that participants must pass through to complete the circle walk. Each of the Villages will provide information, registration, first aid and toilets plus food, refreshments and entertainment.
The locations for the Villages are clearly marked on the course map and are found at:
Toilet facilities in between villages are marked on the course map.
A FREE event bus service travelling around the course will be available on event day only for event participants. To be able to use this free transport system you will need to show your Event Passport. No dogs are allowed on free event transport, with the exception of guide and companion dogs.
The FREE event bus service will run from Milsons Point in both a clockwise (c) and anti-clockwise (a) directions around the course, so look out for a bus stop on either side of the road. The first buses will leave Milsons Point
at approximately 8.30am and the last at approximately 4.30pm. Buses will be available from each bus stop approximately every 20 minutes in the morning and every 15 minutes in the afternoon.
Please refer to Course Map for bus stop locations
|Bus Stop 1||Milsons Point||Outside Milsons Point Village on Alfred St South outside Milsons Point Train Station|
|Bus Stop 9||Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont||Pirrama Rd opposite Pyrmont Village, outside the Star|
|Bus Stop 8||Victoria Rd, Rozelle||Victoria Rd near Toelle|
|Bus Stop 7||Drummoyne||Victoria Rd near Lyons Rd, opposite the Drummoyne Post Office|
|Bus Stop 6||Burns Bay Rd, Hunters Hill||On the north bound exit ramp to Church St, Hunters Hill|
|Bus Stop 5||Burns Bay Rd, Linley Point||On Western side of Burns Bay Rd opposite intersection of View St|
|Bus Stop 4||River Rd West, Blaxlands Corner||On Northern side of River Rd, near William Edward St|
|Bus Stop 3||Bus Stop River Rd, Greenwich||On Northern side of River Rd, opposite Greenwich Hospital|
|Bus Stop 2||King St, Wollstonecraft||King St, opposite side of the road to Wollstonecraft Village (Brennan Park)|
|Bus Stop 1||Milsons Point||Alfred St South opposite side of the road to Milsons Point Train Station|
|Bus Stop 2||King St, Wollstonecraft||King St, outside Wollstonecraft Village (Brennan Park)|
|Bus Stop 3||River Rd, Greenwich||On Southern side of River Rd, outside Greenwich Hospital|
|Bus Stop 4||River Rd West, Blaxlands Corner||On Southern side of River Rd, near William Edward St|
|Bus Stop 5||Burns Bay Rd, Linley Point||On Eastern side of Burns Bay Rd, south of intersection of View St|
|Bus Stop 6||Burns Bay Rd, Hunters Hill||On the south bound exit ramp to Church St, Hunters Hill|
|Bus Stop 7||Victoria Rd, Drummoyne||Victoria Rd near Lyons Rd, outside the Drummoyne Post Office|
|Bus Stop 8||Victoria Rd, Rozelle||Victoria Rd at Terry St
|Bus Stop 9||Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont||Pirrama Rd outside Pyrmont Village|
NB: there are bus stops located near to 6 of the 7 villages as well as 3 additional bus stops (points 5, 7 & 9) on both sides of the road. In some cases they are not directly opposite each other, and more information is available at each of the villages re same.
For a clockwise bus service, please use the Bus Stop number with a 'c' after the number. For an anti-clockwise bus service please use the Bus Stop number with an 'a' after the number. On the day if you are unsure please see the Information Point at the nearest village.
Extremely limited parking is available around the course. It is advised to travel by public transport to and from the event.The best way to plan your trip is with Transport Info. Visit www.transportnsw.info or call 131 500