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A friendly ride to show respect for Aboriginal People.

Do the full 24km or join the ride at Dee Why or Narrabeen and Mona Vale.
There will be a support car so were with you all the way, no one is left behind.

Meet at West Esplanade, Manly (Kay-ye-my)

At the monument between Manly wharf and Manly Museum, where Wil-Le-Me-Ring a Garigal Aboriginal man

Speared Governor Captain Arthur Phillip 1778.

We will be sent off to the sound of the didgeridoo.
7.30am leave Manly – 7km to Dee Why – via Queenscliff, Freshwater, Curl Curl
8.15am Join us at the Dee Why Beach at the southern crossing. Crossing Pittwater Road until out of Dee Why.
8.30am leave – 7km to Narrabeen – via Pittwater/Sydney Road.
9.15am Join us at North Narrabeen Surf Club car park.
9.30am leave – 3km to Mona Vale – via Sydney Road.
9.40am Join us at Robert Dunn Reserve.
9.50am leave – 7km to Church Point Wharf (Garigal) – via Pittwater Road
10.30am – be welcomed by friends at Church Point. Enjoying a well-deserved rest.

Meet local Aboriginal Garigal man, Neil Evers and Clair Jackson (Ugarapul-Gidabal woman). Hear stories about
the Aboriginal people who once lived in the area while. Hear the didgeridoo echo across Pittwater play the clap
sticks. Listen and learn to dance and sing along to the Aboriginal language.