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Come and join us for the 5th year of the Wellness Walk - Bridge Walk for Mental Health. Early bird prices available until Sunday 24 September. Register now and save!
On Sunday 15 October 2017 the Wellness Walk returns for its 5th year of fun, festivity and fundraising for mental health.
This fantastic event has two distances to choose from;
2km: Our mini Wellness Walk takes you around the stunning Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney.
5.9km: The main event! A gorgeous stroll around Sydney Harbour and across the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Both events start and finish in the beautiful grounds of Government House. No matter what distance you walk, your participation will help to raiseawareness and show support for people living with mental illness.
Wellness Walk Festival
We will celebrate our achievements post-walk with a great line up of live music, activities for all ages, plus food and drink stands at the Wellness Walk Festival in the grounds of Government House.
Click here to register now.
You can save up to $5 on entry fees if you register prior to Sunday 24 September. Looking to take part with your family? Take advantage of our special early bird family rate just $70 for two adults and two children!
Want to make more of a difference with your Wellness Walk?
We encourage you to set up a fundraising page to support your Wellness Walk. Reach out to your friends and family and ask them to help make a difference to those affected by mental illness. All funds raised will go towards providing vital services and support for those living with mental illness.
Once you have registered for the event, set up your fundraising page. Set up your fundraising page here.
We can’t wait to see you on Sunday 15 October to walk, celebrate wellness and raise some much-needed funds for essential mental health services.
P.S. Did you know that mental illness affects one in five Australian families each year? Let’s stand together and support our community.
For more information about the Wellness Walk, visit www.wellnesswalk.org.au.
To read more from the September 2017 eNews, click here.