Walking is a good way to get to know more about a place and what better way to learn more about Avoca Beach and the rest of Central Coast than through the yearly 5 Lands Walk. The 9km walk which passes through five of the Central Coast’s beaches, is a fantastic way to connect with people and the different places that make up the Central Coast.

If you’re looking for a reason to see more of the Central Coast’s different cultural and natural treasures, this is it. So get your flip-flops and hats ready because it’s time to do some seriously fun walking this Saturday, 23rd June, 2012.

Why You Should Take Part in the 5 Lands Walk

The 5 Lands Walk will take you along a 9km walk that will pass through the five lands of the Central Coast, namely: MacMasters Beach, Copacabana, Avoca Beach, North Avoca, and Terrigal. There will be tons of complimentary events that await you. Here are a couple more great reasons why you should take part of the 5 Lands Walk when you are in Avoca Beach.

Thousands of People

The Walk which will happen on June 23 is a yearly event that draws thousands of people in the spirit of celebration and camaraderie. In 2011, almost ten thousand people visited at least one part of the walk. This year, there will be more people attending the 5 Lands Walk. Everyone on the Central Coast will be there, so don’t miss out.

Great Events

Each land has prepared their very own events, to make their lands stand out. With the participation of the Aboriginal community in the Central Coast as well as other ethnic groups, you can be sure that the events will be colorful and memorable. Check out the wonderful attractions Avoca Beach has to offer.

Cultural Performances

Different cultural performances as well as spiritual ceremonies will be showcased during the yearly June walk. If you’re new in the area or a first-time visitor to the Central Coast, then attending the walk is one of the best ways to get to know more about the locals and the different parts of the Central Coast.

• Fun Activities

Aside from the performances, presentations, and ceremonies there are also a lot of other exciting activities that await eager visitors. If you’re the type who would rather experience the whole event by immersing yourself in different activities rather than simply watching events unfold, then you are in for a treat. You can visit beach sculptures – and even make some of your own, if you feel like it, check out the art exhibitions and even try out the delicious food that will be cooked during the 5 Lands Walk. Remember to mark Saturday June 23, 2102 on your calendars.