Suggested Routes


It’s time to get inspired and plan your own local walk, run or roll for any time on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 March – of course remembering to avoid peak times and make choices that support public health.

Below are the spots we think might be good for working up a sweat and your km’s for you virtual tally.

If you are aiming to achieve the finisher badge, then make sure your fitness device records the distance that you registered for. Note that your data may take 24 hours to be logged against your fundraising page.

Best part – you can break up your active sessions across the coming days up to and including this weekend (March 28-29). All your distances will count towards your registered distance regardless if they are done all at once or in smaller sessions.


Bradleys Head and Chowder Head walk, Start at Taronga Zoo or Morella Street Lookout
This 3.7km walk takes in all the big sights and sounds of Sydney – bridge, opera house – the works! It’s a moderate walk so take it slow or take the challenge depending on what suits your current state. If you decide to

Iron Cove Bay Walking Trail (Bay Run), Rozelle
What’s not to love – it’s got so many options for all abilities. It’s a loop around Iron Cove and you can opt for a short 2km loop, the full 7km loop or double up for 14km! This route welcomes walkers, runners and rollers!

Bondi to Coogee
This 6km icon of a walk can be done in about 2 hours but best you leave some wiggle room to wonder at the scene as you complete this course in the east of Sydney. This route is medium level and does have some steeper gradients.

Wulugul Walk, between Walsh and Cockle Bay, Barangaroo
All access, waterfront and 2km in distance. The word Wulugul means Kingfish in the local indigenous language and the reclaimed land provides a stunning setting for a short stroll; or longer run if you clock up some laps.

Cremorne Point Circuit Walk
The Cremorne Point Walk is a 3km foreshore circuit trail in the lower north shore with great views across Mosman Bay, Sydney Harbour and the city skyline. Best of all access and degree of difficulty is easy.


Share your course on social media using #MSWalkRunRoll – or even better share a happy snap of you (or your doggo) out and about this weekend!