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Campbelltown Memorial Oval

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Walk for mental health research

The Rotary Clubs of Magill Sunrise and Campbelltown will host their annual LIFT THE LID WALK on

Sunday 13th October 2024!   

These walks are a great way to spread awareness of the 1 in 5 Australians who are suffering from a

mental illness. Help us Lift the Lid on Mental Illness this summer by walking with us!

To participate on the walk, we need you to click on and BUY a TICKET. If you do that within the early bird period up to two weeks prior to the event you'll also receive your bonus walk t-shirt pf you choose.

If you would like to make even more of a difference and help fundraise for the event too, we have a dedicated fundraising event page at Raisley you can sign up to HERE and go for it!

You can sign up as an individual, start or join a team. Whatever way you do it, we say a huge Thank You for going the extra mile!

All proceeds go into mental health research through Australian Rotary Health.

Time Details:

On the day registrations will be accepted from 8:00 am.

The Ambassador's Welcome address will be at 8:30 am before the 9:00 am walk start.

Location Details:

The walk is 5km, starting from Campbelltown Memorial Oval, Corner of Darley and Lower North East Roads,

linking to nearby River Torrens Linear Park, and returning to Campbelltown Memorial Oval.

 To note: the entrance for all walkers is to be strictly via Lower North East Road onto the

Campbelltown Memorial Oval, where there will be ample car parks available. Thank you!


Fee Details:

$30 early-bird registrations until Friday Sept 27th at 9am, will include a t-shirt.

Kids under 15 walk FREE! (no free shirt)

These are our amazing sponsors.
Now's the time to get in touch for our next walk!
IN 2024 Proud BRONZE Sponsors
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GET your business INVOLVED

2024 will see up to 26 locations across Australia walking for mental health research. ​It is the perfect time to get your company or business involved!


Support your local community, break down the barriers and stigma associated with mental health and help raise funds for mental health research. Today's research is tomorrow's treatment and cures.

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