The Commonwealth Walkway
A safe, accessible and attractive place in every Commonwealth nation and territory where everyone can walk.
We are connecting the Commonwealth with a 1,000 km walkable path, linking 100 cities, permanently marking 2,000 points of significance and providing a practical opportunity for a third of the world’s population to be more active.
Our community has collectively walked a staggering...
Your Journey to 100
Join us on 100 Walk Commonwealth Challenge and commit to walking a 100 trips. Don’t worry if you can’t walk the actual route, just get out walking and keep active instead. For each walk on your way to 100, you will earn new stamps and gain medals.
Latest News & Events
On November 6, 2018, HRH The Princess Royal, Princess Anne joined Lieutenant Governor Lois E. Mitchell, Mayor of Edmonton Don Iveson and the Rt. Honourable…
His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales today unveiled the first marker for the Nigerian Commonwealth Walkway. The Chairman of the Nigerian Walkway Committee, Olasupo…
On Thursday 19 April 2018 Her Excellency the Honourable Kerry Sanderson AC, Governor of Western Australia unveiled the first marker installed in the new Perth Commonwealth…
On 18 April 2018 Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth, launched a new Commonwealth Walkway by unveiling a panel in the Gardens of…
His Royal Highness Prince Charles delighted crowds to unveil the Gold Coast Commonwealth Walkway today at Kurrawa Beach, Queensland. Prince Charles was accompanied by HRH The…