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Coastal Charity Walk - Ballina to Byron Bay

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 Apr 17th 2019 6:09am


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When: 26 May 2019

Where: Ballina to Byron Bay

Join the 2019 Ballina to Byron Bay Coastal Charity Walk and experience the pristine coastline scenery as you follow the mixed terrain route along the beach, tracks and pathways.

The Coastal Charity Walk starts at Massingham Park in Ballina, following the coastline trail through Lennox Head, Broken Head, Tallows Beach and Cape Byron Lighthouse, with the route finishing at Denning Park at the Byron Bay Surf Life Saving Club.

Participation Costs

  • Ballina to Lennox Head (13kms) $50pp
  • Ballina to Broken Head (25kms) $65pp
  • Ballina to Byron Bay (37kms) $75pp

Your participation fees are tax deductible and proceeds go to the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter, you can also raise additional funds by creating an Everyday Hero Event Page upon registration.

Walk as an individual or for even more fun form a team!

Fueling stations are provided where you can re-fill water bottles, lollies are provided and food is available for purchase.

Get ready for the Ballina to Byron Bay Coastal Charity Walk, it’s a great achievement, get out and be active, enjoy the stunning scenery and raise funds for an invaluable charity.

Registrations are now open, visit Coastal Charity Walk 2019 – Ballina to Byron Bay.

Need accommodation? Byron Quarter Holiday Apartments are located just a few minutes walk from the finish line in Byron Bay, offering well-appointed one and two bedroom apartments with free parking. Book your Byron Bay Apartment Accommodation.


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