With four sitting times available, the breakfast fare will be served at the southern ramp on Barangaroo’s stunning Foreshore Walk, Sunday 28 October between 7am and 11am, with the last sitting closing at 10am.
While the event is not a race but rather celebrates walking, as an added fitness challenge participants will need to reach their breakfast sitting by the reserved time or miss out! In order to ensure arrival by 10am walkers will therefore need to commence their journey at either the Lane Cove, Wollstonecraft, Milsons Point or Barangaroo village hubs. Otherwise, they can start at any of the seven event villages and walk clockwise, as much or as little of the 26.2km closed loop circuit as desired.
Registration is currently available online, or at one of the villages on the day with the course and all facilities open between 7.30am and 4.30pm. However, in order to secure a breakfast spot, walker’s registration is required online at www.7bridgeswalk.com.au where breakfast bookings can then be made and pre-paid for.
Offering a great way to view Sydney’s stunning harbour, the Seven Bridges Walk has seen a total of 53,500 walkers take part over the past six years with more than $653,000 raised for the Cancer Council NSW.
Participants and others are encouraged to donate online or on the day at any of the seven villages.
Barangaroo’s Seven Bridges Walk Breakfast will offer participants a first-hand glimpse of Sydney’s latest 22- hectare precinct development currently under construction as a vital new extension of the city. An area steeped rich in Aboriginal Gadigal history and European settlement, Sydney’s newest suburb will include a northern foreshore, the six-hectare Headland Park, a southern commercial precinct, and a central civic area.
Designed by world-renowned landscape architect, Peter Walker, and due for completion in 2015, Headland Park will feature more than 75,000 plants and trees native to the Port Jackson area. The park will provide space for recreation, expression, celebration, and community against a naturalistic setting featuring bush walks, grassed areas, lookouts, walking and cycle paths, and a new harbour cove. The symbolic headland will also feature unique tidal rock pools created from sandstone excavated from the Barangaroo site, offering the closest connection to Sydney Harbour that any foreshore park ever has.