Last year’s festival mn-ncwildside-20 Kathy Poldmaa and Aj Hopper after last year’s bike ride by Nathalie Craig.
mn-ncwildside-20 Kathy Poldmaa and Aj Hopper after last year’s bike ride by Nathalie Craig.
THE natural environment of the Myall Coast will be celebrated this weekend during the fourth annual Walk on the Wildside Festival.
Activities will include a night time spotlighting walk, koala spotting, guided bush walks, and informative talks.
There will also be displays on show in the Hawks Nest Community Hall throughout Saturday including the judge’s top picks from the Wildside Photography Competition.
Taking place in conjunction with the Walk on the Wildside Festival is the Ride the Wildside festival where hundreds of bike riders will come together to enjoy the area.
“As the area is a cyclist’s paradise, and in recognition of a growing public interest in cycling for health, the first ride was organised as part of State Government’s NSW Bike Week,” wildside member Leigh Allan said.
The 2012 event is under the auspices of the Hawks Nest Progress Association with assistance from Tea Gardens Hawks Nest-based cyclist groups and community organisations.
“Ride the Wildside has since become well attended yearly Myall Coast event which attracts both locals and visitors from the Hunter Region and beyond,” Mrs Allan said.
The rides are scheduled for Sunday morning with registration at the Tea Gardens Hawks Nest Surf Club starting at 8.30am and rides kicking off from 9.30am.
All rides finish in Providence Park Hawks Nest with a sausage sizzle for participants.
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