Heart Foundation holds 2019 Community Twilight Walk on November 18

One step at a time: Bunbury residents took part in the Community Twilight Walk on Monday evening. Photo: Thomas Munday.
One step at a time: Bunbury residents took part in the Community Twilight Walk on Monday evening. Photo: Thomas Munday.

Fitness fanatics gathered at the Bunbury Yacht Club for the 2019 Community Twilight Walk on Monday, November 18.

The 45-minute walk saw the participants all enjoy the sights and sounds of Queens Gardens and the Leschenault Inlet.

Federal Member for Forrest Nola Marino also took part in Monday evening's event.

Heart Foundation WA chief executive Sarah Fordham said the walk brought people of varying ages, backgrounds, and abilities together.

She said walking was greatly beneficial for heart health and overall well-being.

"Australians are physically inactive, we have very high cholesterol levels - 51 people die from heart disease, per day," she said.

"Walking is something that we can all do. It's both free and easy.

"The event was designed to help community members socialise with one another through walking."

This year proudly marks the Heart Foundation's 60th anniversary.