Amidst the demanding modern lifestyle that Australians have, it’s easy to feel lost and out of touch with nature. Here are some activities in and around North Lakes to bring renewed inspiration.
Reflect at Lake Eden
Credit: Michael Barrett YouTube
Lake Eden is a pristine body of water in the town centre. Other parks and some cafes are within the surrounds. An early morning walk at Lake Eden can take a person to the surprising discovery of a thriving wildlife. Breathe the fresh air in while watching the swans and ducks playing in the water. In the afternoon, take the route to the Lake Eden Trail. Rediscover the freedom of being alone as time slowly passes by. The whole 1,676 metres walkway is just 20-minute walk.
Walk More at North Lakes Environmental Park
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Re-experience the bush land once again. How long has it been when you had your last bush walk? Start from Woodside Lake to Lacebart St, or at Whitebeech Lakes around the Whitebeech Court. Take pleasure in the wildlife. You’ll be surprised to find that North Lakes Environmental Park is connected to several other parks and lakes around North Lakes.
Hang out at the North Lakes Library
The local library regularly hosts enrichment activities, talks, and club meetings to welcome new members. Here are some of them:
New Year New You
|15 February||1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.|
Professional Kinesiology Practitioner, Ms Molly Brumm, will discuss how to clear own personal space, own personal energy, and work environment from negative elements.
Knitting for the Needy
|Every 3rd Monday of the month||10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon|
New members are welcome anytime to the Knitting for the Needy Group. Members knit blankets, scarves, beanies, socks, children’s baby wear to be distributed to the needy. Wool donations are gladly accepted..
Current Affairs Discussion Group
|Every 3rd Thursday of every month||6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.|
|Every 1st Saturday of every month||10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.|
Join a group of people, from all walks of life, who exchange opinions on current affairs, from local to international issues.
|Every Thursday||10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.|
Joining this group will give anyone an opportunity to meet others who aspire to be writers. The group has members who are already experienced writers but anyone interested in writing is invited to attend.
The Passion Project: February 2018
“The Passion Project: February 2018” is a community club which aims to connect people who believe that life is better when there is inspiration and passion. The Atlas Health Australia, an institution which provides upper cervical care, founded the group.
The group meets every 3rd Thursday of each month at the North Lakes Community Centre at Boardroom 10 The Corso, North Lakes. Members watch video presentations of the most influential people every assembly.
On 15 February, the group is inviting those interested to watch the video of John Gray, the famous author of the “Mars Brain, Venus Brain”.
Click here to know more about the The Passion Project: February 2018.