TfNSW Lee Street Jogging Group


Quick Details

When
12:30 – 1:30pm every Thursday
Where
Forecourt of 18 Lee Street, Haymarket
Contact
Christopher Cheng, Christopher.Cheng@transport.nsw.gov.au
Who
Everyone! All fitness levels are welcome


Every Thursday a small and friendly group of Transport employees go for a jog near Central Station. Graduate Bronte Rivers joined the group recently to improve her fitness before attempting the City to Surf.

“I was pretty nervous the first time I joined the TfNSW Lee Street Jogging Group. I’m not very fit or fast and I was preparing myself for the embarrassing possibility I might be left behind!” Bronte said.

“Fortunately there were a range of fitness levels and I was made to feel very welcome.”

Starting at 18 Lee Street, the group generally jogs to Prince Alfred Park or Hyde Park. Joggers are encouraged to run at their own pace. Some people walk, others ‘jalk’ (i.e. a jogging-walking combo!) and some go at a faster pace.

Bronte said, “If you end up working at or near 18 Lee Street in Haymarket I encourage you to check out TfNSW Lee Street Jogging Group. It suits all abilities and the group is very welcoming. With the City to Surf fast looming, I know I need all the practice I can get!”


Quick Details

When
12:30 – 1:30pm every Thursday
Where
Forecourt of 18 Lee Street, Haymarket
Contact
Christopher Cheng, Christopher.Cheng@transport.nsw.gov.au
Who
Everyone! All fitness levels are welcome


Every Thursday a small and friendly group of Transport employees go for a jog near Central Station. Graduate Bronte Rivers joined the group recently to improve her fitness before attempting the City to Surf.

“I was pretty nervous the first time I joined the TfNSW Lee Street Jogging Group. I’m not very fit or fast and I was preparing myself for the embarrassing possibility I might be left behind!” Bronte said.

“Fortunately there were a range of fitness levels and I was made to feel very welcome.”

Starting at 18 Lee Street, the group generally jogs to Prince Alfred Park or Hyde Park. Joggers are encouraged to run at their own pace. Some people walk, others ‘jalk’ (i.e. a jogging-walking combo!) and some go at a faster pace.

Bronte said, “If you end up working at or near 18 Lee Street in Haymarket I encourage you to check out TfNSW Lee Street Jogging Group. It suits all abilities and the group is very welcoming. With the City to Surf fast looming, I know I need all the practice I can get!”