SATURDAY 2 NOVEMBER 2019
REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
Join us today to raise money and support local medical research at St George and Sutherland Medical Research Foundation and University of Wollongong.
The Michael Tynan Memorial Walking Challenge for medical research will take place again this year on November 2 2019.
This year the Walking Challenge will be a one day event, endeavouring to journey from Otford to Bundeena to help raise much needed funds for medical research.
For Sydney Siders:
We will meet in the morning at Tynan Motors Mercedes-Benz Miranda to catch the Tynan bus to Tradies Helensburgh to enjoy a complimentary breakfast.
Meeting Address: 1 Kiora Road, Miranda 2228
Time: 6:30 am Departure.
For Wollongong locals:
Please meet at the University of Wollongong (UOW) Main Campus to catch the Transdev Bus to Tradies Helensburgh to enjoy a complimentary breakfast.
Meeting Address: Northfields Ave, Wollongong NSW 2522
Time: 6:30 am Departure.
At 8:30 am from Helensburgh, you will be shuttled to your starting location at Otford point Lookout!
The walk will conclude at Bundeena with a post-celebration party for all participants where you can relax, enjoy champagne, cheese and biscuits, music and much more at the RSL. Cronulla ferries will be taking us back across to Cronulla wharf at 7 pm, however, if you wish to leave the celebration earlier the ferries run every hour on the hour.
Entry fee will include:
- 1 x Challenge party ticket (valued at $100 per person)
- 1 x Shirt
- 1 x Hat
Breakfast and lunch are provided.
If you have any questions, please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Coast track which we will be walking is located in Sydney's Royal National Park, and we will be starting this epic walk from Otford. Along your journey, you will enjoy incredible coastal lookouts, swimming spots, seasonal wildflowers and whale watching along this challenging 26km track raising much needed funds for medical research.
At times you may feel as though you're falling behind but rest assured you won't be left alone on the track. Thanks to our sponsors Optus, they will be tracking each challenger on their journey so that you won't get lost.
Along your journey through the Royal National Park, you will have designated areas in which you can stop and rest. We will also have a lunch stop where you can create your own sandwich with meats from Black Forest and enjoy gelato before heading back onto the track. We want you to be able to take in all the beauty surrounding you on your walk, and if you find yourself feeling tired just let one of the staff know and we can shuttle you to the next breakpoint.
Although this is a challenging walk, it's also rewarding. Who will you be walking for in this year's challenge?