Cynthia Pyle, St. Agnes Bushwalking and Natural History Club

2018 Award Winner
Award Category: Long Standing Contribution / Distinctive Service Award - Individual

Cynthia Pyle accepting Walking Award for Long Standing Contribution / Distinctive Service Award - Individual for contributions working with St Agnes Bushwalking group

Cynthia Pyle accepting Walking Award for Long Standing Contribution / Distinctive Service Award - Individual for contributions working with St Agnes Bushwalking group

Walking SA award winner 2018, Cynthia Pyle

For over 20 years Cynthia Pyle has been a member of St Agnes Bushwalking and Natural History Club, and since 2004 has volunteered in the role of club secretary. In her role she has been collating the walking program, organises the Club’s publicity and is the first point of contact for enquires from potential members.

A retired secondary school teacher, current lecturer in geology at U3A and a keen member of Birds SA, Cynthia leads many interesting walks where she shares her comprehensive general knowledge about many aspects of environment and her expert and scientific knowledge on geology and birds which makes her an exceptional leader in these fields on her many walks.

Cynthia is a passionate supporter of the objectives of Walking SA and the continued promotion of bushwalking as a recreational pursuit for health and wellbeing.

About the Walking Awards

Walking SA has initiated annual awards to recognise sustained and outstanding contribution to walking at all levels throughout South Australia.

Many volunteers and others have contributed to South Australia’s great walking trails, waling clubs, and walking promotion and opportunities for health, wellbeing, recreation and tourism.

If you know of someone who should be considered for an award please do consider nominating them, nominations are taken throughout the year.