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Supporters, Sponsors, Families & Public Event


On 28 September 2023, day 90 of the walk, we invite everyone to walk with us on the final leg of the journey, from the National Emergency Services Memorial, along the footpath around Lake Burley Griffin, to Parliament House.

Although it's the final leg of the walk, it's only the beginning of the next phase to achieving our key objectives to improving outcomes mental health and wellbeing for Australian first responders, and their families.


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28 September 2023 


12.00 Midday - Public Registration and Form Up

National Emergency Services Memorial, Rond Terrace, Parkes ACT.


12.20pm - Walk Start

National Emergency Services Memorial, Rond Terrace, Parkes ACT.

Walking group will depart the National Emergency Services Memorial, walking along the public footpath path around Lake Burley Griffin, via the National Police Memorial, then along Kings Avenue to Parliament House.

1.00-1.20pm - End of Walk

Parliament House of Australia.

Walking group will arrive at the top of Federation Mall at the front of Parliament House, where we will host a short media event to reinforce our key objectives, acknowledge our sponsors and supporters, along with highlighting our successes to-date.

3.00pm - Post-walk Function

Canberra Services Club, Blackall Street, Barton ACT.

Join us for an informal post-walk function at the Canberra Services Club.


Registration is quick and easy, simply click on the below link or use the QR code links provided on site for registration on the day. 

To register for the final walk day: CLICK HERE


Participants are reminded to wear appropriate walking footwear and clothing, sun protection and fluids to stay hydrated throughout the day's activities.


We would love you to use this opportunity to fundraise for us:

To create your own profile on our fundraising platform, or to donate: CLICK HERE

All funds raised will support:

  • Academic research to obtain empirical evidence into the impacts upon serving and retired first responder mental health and wellbeing to devise strategies to deal with same, and

  • Explore and provide meaningful and positive education opportunities for Australian first responders, past and present, and their families, to better support them all.

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