Join Myeloma Australia’s 3rd national fundraising and awareness walk

Sunday 3rd March 2024

Introducing My Greatest Walk

Myeloma Australia Ambassador, Sandy Roberts made finding a cure for myeloma his Greatest Call and now we invite you to join us in My Greatest Walk.

My Greatest Walk (formerly 3.8 with a mate) is a COMMUNITY EVENT. We are looking for individuals and families – those affected by myeloma and their networks – to come together  to raise further funds and awareness to support the 22,000 Australians living with myeloma.

How to be a part of My Greatest Walk

You can be a participant and fundraise for Myeloma Australia, or you if you can’t find an event in your local area you can ‘walk where you want’ and start your own My Greatest Walk.

Register to be a participant

Joining My Greatest Walk is easy! You simply purchase a registration from our online shop to get started. You can also buy a Team Myeloma t-shirt or cap to wear on your walk.

Once you register, encourage your friends and family to sponsor your efforts by starting your very own JustGiving page. The Myeloma Australia Fundraising team will support, advise and cheer you on each step of the way as you promote and participate My Greatest Walk.

Disclaimer:  All walkers taking part in My Greatest Walk do so at their own risk.  The walk is run based on being a group of friends who go walking together and invite others to join them.  Our walks are run by volunteers who are not first aiders and first aid won’t be available.  In the case of an emergency, emergency services will be called.  Event organisers and Myeloma Australia will assume no responsibility for anyone participating in a walk or for any accident, loss or injury as a result of the walk.

By registering for a walk, you indicate that you accept these conditions and accept that no legal liability is accepted by Myeloma Australia, the walkers or the event organisers in the event of accident or injury, however caused.  Walkers are responsible for assessing the safety of themselves and their own risk in participating.  

Dogs are allowed but must be kept on a leash and muzzled if required by law,  at all times.

Where can I walk?

– Yarralumla Gallery and Oaks Brasserie, Western Park

Sydney – Centennial Park, Ash Paddock Picnic Site, near Randwick gates
Central Coast – Gosford Sea Scout Hall, 10 Masons Parade
Greenwell Point – ANZAC Memorial Park
Kiama – North Bombo Beach car park

Woody Point
– Car Park, Cnr Hornibrook Esp and Victoria Ave
Brisbane City – New Farm Park (Rotunda end), Brunswick St, New Farm
Gold Coast – Paradise Point Parklands, (Swimming enclosure), 30 The Esplanade
Sunshine Coast – Brightwater Park, Freshwater St, Mountain Creek
Hervey Bay – Urangan Pier

– Ulverstone Rowing Club, 45 Kings Pde
Sandy Bay – Car Park, Long Beach, Lower Sandy Bay

Warrnambool – The Beach Kiosk Cafe, 65 Pertobe Rd, Warrnambool
Bayside Brighton – Dendy Park, Brighton East
Hawthorn – Hawthorn Arts Centre, 360 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn
Heidelberg – Possum Hollow Playground in Warringal Parks, Heidelberg
Bendigo – Kennington Reservoir, 2 Reservoir Rd, Kennington
Moonee Ponds – Maribyrnong River Loop, Boathouse Cafe, 7 The Boulevard, Moonee Ponds
Geelong – Geelong Botanical Gardens, main entrance, crn Podbury Cres and Eastern Park Circ
East Echuca – East Echuca Recreation Reserve

– Wigley Reserve, 621 ANZAZ Hwy, Glenelg

Perth – Lake Monger, Dodd St Car Park near Telethon Speech and Hearing HQ

Stay tuned for more locations coming soon. If you would like to be a volunteer Event Organiser to facilitate a walk in your local area, please contact us via the contact details below.

If there isn’t a walk near you, you can always grab your crew and ‘walk where you want’.

To register for any of the walks above please click here

Enquiries: e | t | 0401 043 904

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