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Walk. Wheel. Woof! 

I'd like to do my own Walk.

Great! We'd love you to!


Set yourself a personal walking challenge: climb a local hill carrying 26kgs, walk around the block 26 times, walk backwards for a whole day...


Walk on your own or with one other person, as guided by medical advice and COVID-19 government rules. Follow our maps (Melbourne or Barossa), or walk close to home. Can’t manage 26 kilometres? Walk less. Use a Walker, wheel-chair or pram in Wheel My Way. Or bring your furry best friend in Woof My Way!


How can I join Walk YOUR Way?

If you've already registered for the Melbourne or Barossa Walk My Way, you don't need to do anything to join Walk YOUR Way. You may like to update the description on your personal fundraising page to let others know what you're doing. 


If you're registering for the first time, follow these 5 easy steps:

  1. Register
  2. Describe your challenge on your personal fundraising page
  3. Send your fundraising page to your family, friends, colleagues, the dog walker - everyone you know! - to sponsor you
  4. Do your Walk/challenge
  5. Feel awesome that you changed the life of a refugee child!

When and where is Walk YOUR Way?

The great thing about Walk YOUR Way is it's whenever and wherever you like!


If government rules permit, you can walk 26km or around the block. If we need to stay home, walk on a stairmaster, or in your backyard - or take up another challenge, like dancing in your loungeroom!


Will any donations people give me still go to help refugee children go to school?



While we here in Australia adjust to the COVID-19 challenge, people in refugee camps face great danger if COVID-19 strikes there. Conditions are crowded, sanitation basic, poor nutrition common, and medical facilities limited.


And, of course, refugee children still desperately need the education you give.


How can I receive my Walk My Way tshirt?

Once you've registered, we'll post it out to you - along with your LLL sweat towel and African carry-bag sewn by former refugees. Stay tuned!


What is the new date for the Melbourne and Barossa Walks?

We're not sure yet. We're following government advice, and will let all registered Walkers know as soon as we're able to confirm a new date.


Can I still follow the planned trail for Melbourne or the Barossa?

Sure, as long as government rules permit. Here are the maps:

We'd love to hear how you go!

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