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Get to your feet and join us for an inspirational walk through Stromlo Forest Park to raise funds and awareness for brain cancer research.
Raised of $50,000 Goal
Event Ends:
2:00PM Nov 8, 2015
Registrations close:
2:00PM Nov 8, 2015
(UTC+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Stromlo Forest ParkUriarra Road

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Cure Brain Cancer Foundation
Registrations open at 9:00am.
Registrations for this event are now closed.

Get to your feet and join us for an inspirational walk through Stromlo Forest Park. Walk the 2km flat Robert de Castella track, which caters for all levels, and is also suitable for wheelchairs and strollers. A further 3km optional bush walk is also available on the Mount Stromlo equestrial trail. This takes in the beautiful scenic views of Black Mountain and the Brindabella Ranges. You can walk as many laps as you want. 

After you complete the walk, enjoy a BBQ and entertainment for all ages.

 MC | Marcus Paul 2CC

 W4BC Canberra | Marcus Paul

 Entertainment |  Ned Philpot - popular singer-songwriter

                          Jason Maynard Band - acoustic rock with a tinge of country flair

                          The Voice Finalist 2015, Amber Nichols - folk pop singer-songwriter

Ned Philpot | Walk4BrainCancer Canberra

Ned Philpot

Jason Maynard Band

W4BC Canberra | Amber Nichols

Amber Nichols

Warm up | Fitness First

W4BC Canberra | Fitness First 

Patrons | Joe Roff, former Rugby Wallaby and Brumbies player 

              Louise Burrows, Australian Women’s Rugby Wallaroo and Advocate for women in sport

              Sarah Mamalai, inspiring long term Survivor 

W4BC Canberra | Joe Roff

Joe Roff

W4BC Canberra | Louise Burrows

Louise Burrows

W4BC Canberra | Sarah Mamalai

Sarah Mamalai

Kindly supported by Stromlo Forest Park

Walk4BrainCancer Canberra | Stromlo 

Stage & Sound | Eclipse Lighting and Sound  

 Eclipse | Walk4BrainCancer

Refreshments | Canberra Fun Foods

                        Rotary Club of Canberra Weston Creek 

W4BC Canberra | Canberra Fun Foods
W4BC Canberra | Rotary
 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.