UPDATE: Scone to Sydney walkers arrive in Singleton and prepare for Broke this Saturday

HEROES WELCOME: International walkers Ed Goff (England) and Harrison Badger (Ireland) were greeted by locals including Jamie Newman upon arrival at the Singleton Sundial this afternoon.
HEROES WELCOME: International walkers Ed Goff (England) and Harrison Badger (Ireland) were greeted by locals including Jamie Newman upon arrival at the Singleton Sundial this afternoon.

UPDATE (3pm): International walkers Ed Goff (England) and Harrison Badger (Ireland) have arrived in Singleton this afternoon to complete the second day of their trek from Scone to Sydney to raise much-needed funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service (NSW RFS).

The 21-year-olds are hoping to arrive on the steps of the Sydney Opera House by Friday, February 21, with $20,000 in the kitty.

Today the duo clocked up 35km from Lake Liddell to arrive at the Singleton Sundial by 3pm.

There they were greeted by locals including Jamie Newman who had been following the Singleton Argus' coverage throughout the day.

"I just want to say, these two are doing a great job and they should be really proud of their efforts," Mr Newman declared.

The pair will then continue the trek from the local landmark at 7:30am tomorrow when heading to Broke.

"We've been feeling so much support as we entered Singleton today and each time we hear a beep or receive a wave it breaks up the walk and keeps us motivated," Badger told Singleton Argus earlier this afternoon.

SINGLETON BOUND: Irishman Harrison Badge and Englishman Ed Goff (both aged 21) pictured at Maison Dieu earlier this afternoon. The duo is currently walking from Scone to Sydney to raise much needed funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service.

SINGLETON BOUND: Irishman Harrison Badge and Englishman Ed Goff (both aged 21) pictured at Maison Dieu earlier this afternoon. The duo is currently walking from Scone to Sydney to raise much needed funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service.

"We get really excited every time we hear a beep, we absolutely love it," Goff added.

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EARLIER IN THE DAY: Ed Goff and Harrison Badger pictured 18km north of Singleton at 9am on the New England Highway during their Scone to Sydney charity walk.

EARLIER IN THE DAY: Ed Goff and Harrison Badger pictured 18km north of Singleton at 9am on the New England Highway during their Scone to Sydney charity walk.

Mr Badger has resided in the Upper Hunter for the past two years, working at Kitchwin Hills Stud and Scone's Yarraman Park respectively.

His English counterpart has called Australia home for one year and has been working at Yarraman Park for the past three months.

The duo have also asked the Singleton public for accommodation tonight.