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A Walk in the Park - Gosford
 1 Oct, 2014 - 1 Oct, 2014
 Wed 10:00am - Wed 2:00pm
 Donnison Street
  Gosford, NSW

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Brief Description

Back for its 8th straight year, A Walk in the Park is set to rock the Central Coast again this October, with live entertainment, games, rides, prizes and a bunch of other fun activities. And what’s more, it’s FREE!

Full Description 

Celebrating Mental Health Month each year, A Walk in the Park will feature some big names in Australian music, including award-winning artists Tamara Stewart, Tori Darke, Karl Broadie and Mike Carr.

With a fantastic line up of live entertainment, as well as games, rides, prizes and a bunch of other fun activities, A Walk in the Park constantly proves to be a great day out for the whole family.

And with 56,000 locals estimated to experience mental illness each year, A Walk in the Park is a great opportunity for the Central Coast community to find out more about mental health and wellbeing.

Keeping active, getting out and about, spending time with the family, letting our hair down and having fun – they’re all important factors in positive health and wellbeing, which is exactly what A Walk in the Park is all about.

Proceeds from A Walk in the Park will go to Lifeline Central Coast, which provides life-changing support for people in crisis, including lived experience of a mental illness.

There’s not other event on the Central Coast quite like it, so make sure you don’t miss out on all the fun and action!

When:             A Walk in the Park, presented by New Horizons

Wednesday, 1 October 2014  10.00am to 2.00pm 

Where:            Kibble Park Gosford NSW 2250

There is limited roadside parking available; however a public car park can be accessed via Albany Street North.

 Website:         www.awalkinthepark.net.au // www.facebook.com/walkinthepark

DO Organiser

 Kim Graceyorganiser
 0414 424 458

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Proceeds from A Walk in the Park will go to Lifeline Central Coast, which provides life-changing support for people in crisis, including lived experience of a mental illness.

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