International Women’s Day Twilight Walk

Last year’s “Choose to Challenge” Twilight Walk was so much fun, enjoyed by about eighty people, that we are doing it all over again.

Women and men, girls and boys are invited to join members of the Heart Foundation walking groups, One Step at a Time Tin Can Bay, and Cooloola Cove Wheelie Walkers, at the Rotunda, Norman Point by 6pm for our Twilight Walk, along the foreshore to Lion’s Park, near the Library, on Tuesday 8 March, which is International Women’s Day.

Participants will carry a glow stick (available that evening).

To cater for different abilities, there are four starting points. Expect the first group to walk about 2km setting off at sunset, 6.11pm from Norman Point, meeting the next group halfway along the route on the foreshore opposite the Snack Shack, ready to depart by 6.25pm.

Third starting point is at the seat on the headland overlooking the Bay, five minutes later. Final starting point is the exercise area on the flat, 6.35pm, maybe taking about ten minutes to reach the undercover area in Lion’s Park beside the Library.

Last year we were spoilt by the TCB Country Women’s Association, who provided a cuppa, cold drink, watermelon, sliced oranges, and a birthday cake for two of their members. President Wendy says, “QCWA members are more than happy to provide refreshments again this year. It was a great event last year, so I encourage you to come along and join the fun.”

We need to be aware of, and abide by the Covid restrictions current on 8 March.

Enquiries about the Heart Foundation Walking groups, and the Twilight Walk: Maggie Travers, 0400 756 615 or

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