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W4BC - Centennial Park 2016
06
Nov
'16
09:30
AM
Get to your feet and join us for an inspirational 5km morning walk around the Duck Ponds in Centennial Park to raise funds for new treatments for people living with brain cancer. Who will you walk for?
$298,102
Raised of $250,000 Goal
Event Ends:
2:00PM Nov 6, 2016
Registrations close:
10:00AM Nov 6, 2016
(UTC+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Centennial ParkChurch Grounds
CENTENNIAL PARK, NSW, 2031

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Cure Brain Cancer Events
1300 362 965
Notes
Registration commences at 8:30am
Registrations for this event are now closed.

Walk4BrainCancer Centennial Park is an inspirational 5km morning walk around the Duck Ponds in Centennial Park. The path caters for walkers of all levels and is suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. Walk as many laps as you like; each lap is 2.5km. 

The start and finish of the course is opposite Govett St Gates, Church Grounds, Cnr Parkes & Grand Drive, Centennial Park. 

After you complete the walk, enjoy a gourmet BBQ and entertainment for all ages including facepainting and kindy-farm.

MC | Byron Webb

Guest speaker | Alex Cullen, Ch 7 'Sunday Night' presenter and National Walk4BrainCancer Ambassador

Alex's father was recently diagnosed with a GBM. Listen to Alex 'bare his sole' for brain cancer and why it's important to him to help raise awareness and funds for continuing research into new treatment options.

Entertainment | Mary & the Funkers 

Merchandise | If you missed the cut-off date of 26 Oct to have a W4BC 2016 t-shirt posted to you, you can buy one on the day plus W4BC caps, thermo water bottles and other merchandise from 8:30am. 

Tree of Hope

 

The origami crane was chosen as the symbol of Cure Brain Cancer as it represents longevity and good fortune. It is said when one makes 1000 origami cranes their wish will come true. Make your origami crane or bring a photo or message to hang from the Tree of Hope and make your wish.

Click to download the PDF below for instructions to make your own origami crane.

Walk4BrainCancer is proudly supported by:

 Mt Franklin | Walk4BrainCancer