What's it all about?
IMPORTANT! SHIRTS SOLD OUT.
After surviving a stroke, Lake Illawarra resident Michael Hamilton vowed to help make a difference to the lives of others. A few years ago he made good on that promise, when he walked from Seacliff Bridge to Windang Bridge to raise funds for KidzWish. Now every year Michael leads the KidzWish Bridge2Bridge walk with over 100 other walkers, aiming to raise funds and awareness for KidzWish.
Participants can chose to walk from Sea Cliff Bridge to Windang Bridge or part of the course, with 7 different sections to cater for people of all abilities. Cost includes a Bridge2Bridge shirt (SHIRTS SOLD OUT) and a donation to KidzWish. We'd love everyone to take part and help us raise much-needed funds so we don't mind where you kick start your walk.
How your support helps
Our vision is to help Illawarra & South Coast children who are sick, disadvantaged or have a disability and their families so they’ll never walk alone. With your support we can help them by building a new KidzWish Place – a home full of love and laughter for all the programs we run.
Leg 1: Sea Cliff Bridge to Austinmer Beach (7.4km) - depart 6:00am
- Leg 2: Austinmer Beach to Bulli Beach (5km) - depart 7:30am
- Leg 3: Bulli Beach to Towradgi Beach (6.3km) - depart 8:30am
- Leg 4: Towradgi Beach to WIN Stadium (6.2km) - depart 10:00am
- Leg 5: WIN Stadium to BHP Centenary Park (6.4km) - depart 11:30am
- Leg 6: BHP Centenary Park to Harvey Norman Warrawong (4.8km) - depart 1:00pm
- Leg 7: Harvey Norman Warrawong to Windang Bridge (5.1km) - depart 2:00pm
*Walkers have the option to walk specific legs. A KidzWish representative will be stationed at each checkpoint so you can sign in upon arrival.
Thank you to our sponsors
Keen to get involved but unable to participate in the walk?
Join us at our family fun day at Club Windang from 2pm. We have organised children's entertainment, a jumping castle and a BBQ for lunch.
For more information
For further information please email Beau Thatcher at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0448 249 147.