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The walk has been rescheduled to Thursday 29th July so please join us and join in.
We will be heading to Beaumaris to do the Moysey Walk. This is a 4 kilometre walk that takes in Friendship Path & Gardens, Banksia Reserve, Tramway Parade, Moysey Gardens, Beach Road with coastal views, and the Keys Street Shopping Centre. After the walk, we will file into the Beaumaris Library Meeting Room for a free cuppa and a special poetry reading with Heather Northwood. Heather is a Librarian, Bibliotherapist and has extensive experience reading Australian and humorous poetry to the community. You are welcome to bring your own lunch to eat during the poetry reading.
Date: To be confirmed following change of date due to the Melbourne Covid lockdown.
Time: Walk commences at 11am. The poetry reading finishes at 1:30pm
Where: Beaumaris Community Centre, 90-96 Reserve Road, Beaumaris
Transport: For those travelling by public transport, please meet Miriam at 9:40am at the Police Box at Flinders Street Train Station. We will catch the Sandringham Line train on platform 13 at 10:06am, get off at Sandringham Station, hop on bus 922 at 10:46am and arrive at Beaumaris Community Centre at 11am.
BYO Picnic Lunch & Raincoat
Parking available at Beaumaris Community Centre
For more information please contact Miriam on (03) 98228876 or email email@example.com
You can view the Bayside City Council's Mosey Walk Trail map PDF here
Thank you Bayside City Council for their support.