What is the Sunshine Walk?
The Sunshine Walk aims to bring people together to raise funds and awareness for the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund. The walk is not competitive and is about enjoying a day out with family and friends, while supporting a great cause. It is also a unique opportunity to celebrate the survivors, carers and supporters of people with cancer and remember those we’ve lost.
This year, three course distances are available – 20km, 10km or 5km. Those wishing to take part in the 10km and 20km walks, but unsure if they will make the full distance, will have the option of catching a bus between rest stops or back to Noreuil Park.
Sunday, November 22, 2020
7am – 20km walk
8am – 10km & 5km walks
Please note this is a walk, not a race, and participants will follow normal pedestrian road rules. Most of the course is on walking tracks and footpaths, however walkers will be required to cross some roads. Walkers are urged to take care as they cross and give way to cars. Volunteers will be stationed at major intersections to help walkers cross safely. The route will also be well marked to ensure no one gets lost.
Drink stations/rest stops will be provided at every 5km on course. There will also be a barbecue, drink and restroom facilities provided at the start and finish line at Noreuil Park, Albury.
Everyone who registers will be issued with a Sunshine Walk lanyard. Details of lanyard collection will posted closer to the event.
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Children aged 5 and under free
Your registration fee covers the cost of running this event and a donation to the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre Trust Fund. The money you fundraise will stay locally to support research, equipment purchases, staff development and delivery of Wellness Centre services at the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre.
For more information
Ph: (02) 6064 1538