Trial My Sunrise

We welcome you to trial a Sunrise Bushwalk with us.

Our early morning bushwalks which start at 7.30am are sure to get your endorphins excited and get you kinetically energised for the rest of the day. It's nature's drug that helps with health and well-being.


Simply register below, trial the walk, meet and greet our members then if you choose, join our members for morning tea afterwards.

If you enjoy the event you may choose to continue on, and if not, you may choose to move away.

The choice is entirely yours.... You are under no obligation!

Why It’s Never Too Late to Get Moving.... And, It Is Fun Too!

Research has found that walking speed is linked with heart health. In particular, middle-aged adults who walk at a slow pace were twice as likely to die from heart disease compared with their fast-walking peers. The research is clear, exercise can improve your heart health, even if you haven’t laced up your sneakers in years. If you have been thinking about starting a walk exercise program, there is no better time to begin than today.

Get Your Heart Health Back On Track Today.... Check Out Our Next Trial An Event Day:

Event 1.  Saturday 04 January    Sunrise: Elouera Bushland Natural Park & Callicoma Circuit
Get your endorphins excited. Come along and join us for an energising Saturday Sunrise Fun & Fitness walk and give your fitness a kick along for the New Year. You won’t get there if you are going to sit on the couch for our first Sunrise for 2020. This walk passes through the Lakes of Cherrybrook. Walkers can enjoy the richness of this area with its tall forests and sandstone caves. Meet at...

Event 2.  Saturday 11 January   Sunrise: The Kalkari and The Birrawanna Circuit
This very popular sunrise walk takes you from the Hornsby Plateau at Mount Colah along a ridge then descends to Bobbin Head returning via the Birrawanna Circuit. On the lower hillsides the forest is rich with beautiful views that extend down to the bay. Meet at...

Event 3.  Saturday 18 January   Sunrise: Galston Trail via Clarinda Falls
Another walk with a heartbreak hill in the middle of it! You will certainly find your endorphins on this walk. The route takes in the southern section of the Galston Trail returning via Clarinda Falls. Meet at...

Event 4.  Saturday 25 January   Sunrise: Beyond Yangoora: Path of The Cammeraygal ☕ MT

Stringybark Creek

Hidden away from suburbia is an almost dreamlike island of tranquility and beauty just waiting to be explored. This area was once the home to the Cammeraygal people, a clan of the Eora tribe of Indigenous Australians. They were united by a common language, strong ties of kinship and survived as skilled hunter–fisher–gatherers in family groups or clans. Our bushwalk will journey through sections of this valley region of Sydney where bushcare rejuvinaters have worked painstakingly to bring this area of bushland back to life and continue to work to keep it in good shape. A portion of this valley corridor is home to critically endangered Sydney Turpentine-Ironbark Forest and is quite.... Meet at...

Event 5.  Saturday 01 February   Sunrise: Stairway to Blue Gum

This walk descends the valley via steps which were built in the depression years of the 1930s. The 230 steps are the most strenuous part of the walk. Near to the top of the steps, there is rock graffiti which was probably etched into the rock around the same time. This is a circuit style walk which takes you through Hornsby’s volcanic basin. The area is rich with flora and contains remnants of a Blue Gum forest. The walk is a real fat blaster when ascending the steps to the finish. Meet at...

Event 6.  Saturday 08 February   Sunrise: Journey to The 165 Trig

This walk takes you from St Ives to Belrose and back again on a circuitous style journey. The walk descends each side of the Middle Harbour Creek Valley through both heathland and open forest, while in the lower areas of the walk wet sclerophyll forest exist. This Sunrise covers mainly open tracks with the occasional foot pad and includes a short off-track section and a creek crossing to complete the journey. Meet at...

Note: All events are graded hard unless otherwise indicated. The walks can often be challenging requiring a good level of mobility skills, balance and co-ordination. Furthermore, our club charges a $10.00 walk subscription that is payable on the day of the event. 100% of all subscriptions received from the TrialMySunrise goes to Australian Cancer Research Foundation in aid of cancer research. 

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