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.

Commonwealth Walkers

Our community has collectively walked a staggering...

5,809 km

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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.

The Walks

Most walks are between 5 and 10km, taking an hour or two to walk. They typically link 20 of the most significant sights and aim to be as safe, accessible and welcoming as possible.

The Medals

Hand casted gunmetal-bronze medals are being installed to make each of the 2,000 points of significance in The Commonwealth. Her Majesty The Queen, as Head of The Commonwealth, kindly gave permission for her personal EIIR cypher and crown to be included in the design.

The 100 Walk
Commonwealth Challenge

Commit to walking for 100 trips and win medals and passport stamps as you go.
It’s open to everyone – no matter where you are in the world.


The Governor General of Australia unveils more Perth Commonwealth Walkway plaques

Oct 24, 2022

The Governor and Mrs Dawson climbed aboard the MV James Stirling Sealink Ferry on 26th September for the first plaque unveiling, before heading to the…


Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Sep 9, 2022

Hugo Vickers, Jim Walker, the Trustees, advisors and all at the Commonwealth Walkway Trust wish to express their deep sorrow at the death of Her…


HRH The Earl of Wessex unveils Birmingham’s Platinum Jubilee Walkway

Jun 17, 2022

HRH The Earl of Wessex launches the panel for the Birmingham Platinum Jubilee Walkway. HRH The Earl of Wessex unveiled the Platinum Jubilee Walkway in Birmingham…


Gold Coast goes Platinum

Jun 6, 2022

The City of the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, has extended their Commonwealth Walkway into a 30km Jubilee Walkway to celebrate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.…


Wickersley Platinum Jubilee Walkway

Jun 1, 2022

Residents of Wickersley Parish in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, have been inspired by our network of Commonwealth Walkways and set too on developing their own in…


New Zealand Aotearoa celebrates the Platinum with a walk

May 30, 2022

In celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee His Worship Mayor Andy Foster and Deputy Mayor Sarah Free plan a tour of the Commonwealth Walkway in Wellington on 10th…