Parramatta Park is one of the oldest parks in Australia, has been open to the public since 1858 and its 85 hectares of open space includes walking trails, a 3.2km cycling loop, picnic shelters, barbecues and landmarks that are so well preserved the park is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Register.
It regularly hosts events in its natural amphitheatre called The Crescent, and when you simply want to wander or settle in for a picnic, you can explore the gardens and waterside trails at any time of day. The park is never closed, though it has limited light after the sun has set.
ALMA organized its second Walk and Talk program on the 14th February as this venue was meeting all its criteria with a well over 3Km walking track and plenty green grass areas for exercises and a nice play area located in the middle of the park for the children.
Over 20 persons participated at the event. The event started at 8.30am with the brief exersise program headed by Br. Jabeer Carder and then followed by the 3.5Km walk passing nice greenery grass parks, large trees and a creek.
During a short break Hot thin crust Pizza from a nearby bakery was served by the Organizing committee, enjoyed by all participants. Afterwards the men had sport activity followed by a push up competition. Safras Rauff came as the winner by completing 50 push-ups.
ALMA President thanked all the participants and requested other members to promote this type of outdoor activity among other families and friends.
The event concluded at about 10.30 AM.