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Fri, 04 June


Wangi Wangi

Women Embrace Hiking Wangi Wangi NSW

Join us for a women’s only guided 9km hike along the Wangi Wangi Waters edge with two Women Embrace Adventure hosts leading the way.​ We'll explore a heritage gun emplacement site and have a delicious lite lunch after our walk. We hope you can join us.

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Women Embrace Hiking Wangi Wangi NSW
Women Embrace Hiking Wangi Wangi NSW

Time & Location

04 June 2021, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Wangi Wangi, Wangi Wangi NSW 2267, Australia

About The Adventure

This hike is a women’s only guided hike along the Wangi Wangi walking track in Wangi Wangi Conservation area with two Women Embrace Adventure hosts leading the way.​

About the Hike: The walk is an approx 9km guided walk along the waterfront walking into Lake Macquarie Conservation area at Wangi Point. Start walking on the waterfront walking path towards Wangi point. Take a peaceful bushwalk through towering forests to the shores of Lake Macquarie on Wangi circuit walking track, with wonderful scenic views of Pulbah Island, birdwatching and beautiful Lake Macquarie. The serene bushwalk through towering trees gives you the feeling you’re a million miles away from the suburbs, though it’s not far at all. We walk through the Gun Emplacement site at Wangi Wangi which played an important role in Australia's defence system during World War II at a time when invasion from Japan was considered a real possibility. The guns provided anti-aircraft protection for the Rathmines Catalina Sea Plane Base, where many RAAF officers were trained during the course of World War II. The site remains important to the ex-military personnel who trained and served at the base, along with the wider Wangi Wangi community, who regard it as part of their history and heritage. The walk does include a few hills and bush steps along the way. We do recommend you have a moderate level of fitness to ensure it is an enjoyable walk for you as we are covering quite a distance. If in doubt, check with your doctor about your suitability.  Your hosts are wilderness first aid qualified. We will enjoy a delicous home made lite lunch together in the park after our walk. 


Date: Friday 4th June

Meeting Time: 9:45am for a 10:00am start

Meeting point: Wangi District Workers Club - exact meeting point will be sent to you in an email and text closer to the date. 

Maximum Numbers: 12 plus your WEA guides 

Fitness Level: A moderate level of fitness is required. 

Experience: no hiking experience is needed but you must have a moderate level of fitness and be able to walk 5-10 kms. 

Length: walk is approximately 9kms long and will take us approximately 3hours

Cost: $55


  • Parks Licencing and fees
  • Wilderness first aid qualified leader
  • A lite lunch including hot drinks and home baked goodies (we can cater for dietary requirements so please letus know at time of booking) 
  • Photos of your adventure that will be posted on out facebook event page for you

How fit do I need to be? This hike covers approx 9kms of moderate walking there are some stairs, some hills, uneven levels of terrain as well as some paved walkways and grasslands, its got a bit of everything.  You'll need a moderate level of fitness to join us on this walk. If you're not sure about your fitness level just give us a ring, we're happy to have a chat and give you all the details. This trail is not handicapped accessible at this time and pets are not allowed. 

What do I need to bring?

-day pack (to carry your personal belongings)

-wear hiking boots, sturdy joggers or trail runners are needed


-sunscreen and sun protective clothing

-bug spray

-any personal medications you may need (asthma puffer/epi-pen etc)

-waterproof jacket (in case of cold/ wet weather)

-an extra warm layer in case of cold / windy weather

-at least 2 litres of water (remember we will be walking for quite a few hours and there are no water fill-up points along the way)

-leave an extra set of clothes in the car to change into afterwards incase we run into cold or wet weather on our walk

I'll be coming on my own, is that ok?  

Not a problem at all!  Lots of women come on their own to our adventures. Your Women Embrace Adventure host will make sure everyone is introduced before we set off on this beautiful hike. We always have lots of fun, there is no pressure, no judgment, and lots of encouragement from everyone.  By the end of the hike, you may have just found some new adventure friends!

How many will be on our Hike?  We keep our adventures quite personal. On this adventure there will be no more than 12 women your plus your WEA guides.

Stay Safe Procedures: To prioritise the wellbeing of women, staff and our community, Women Embrace Adventure is taking important measures to limit the transmission of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

*Contactless registration 

*Zero share equipment, utensils

*Providing hand sanitiser to use at the start and during each adventure

*Ensuring social distancing throughout adventure

Before attending an adventure, please:

*Stay home if you or your family are unwell

*Wash your hands before joining us and use hand sanitiser often

*Continue to social distance

*Read our full Covid-19 T&C's for full details 

T&C's: Payment for WEA half day and full day adventures are final once you receive a confirmation email.  No refunds will be given but can be transferred to another lady over the age of 18, please email us before the adventure and provide her contact details. This is an all-weather event. If cancelled by Women Embrace Adventure a full refund will be provided. For full T&Cs see our webpage ( By purchasing this ticket you have agreed to our Terms and Conditions. If you have any questions please get in touch at  If you need to make contact on the day of the event give Katrina a ring on 0437711683. Looking forward to seeing you there!


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