- Registrations are now closed -
Show your solidarity and Walk With Women this February to raise funds for vital ovarian cancer research.
Ovarian cancer is the most lethal gynaecological cancer, taking the life of one woman every eight hours. With no early detection test and very few treatment options, research is essential to improving survival outcomes.
If you'd like to register for the virtual walk, click here.
Choose between the 30km walk from Safety Beach Sailing Club to Sorrento Foreshore, or the 5km loop starting and finishing at Sorrento Foreshore.
Date: Sunday 12th February 2023
30km walk - 7:00am arrival for 7:30am start
5km walk - 10:30am arrival for 11:00am start
Please note that those taking part in the walk who are under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or trusted adult.
New finish line village!
New in 2023! Your ticket includes access to the finish line village, including food and beverage options to rehydrate and recuperate after your walk. There will also be a chance to take some happy snaps to document your amazing achievement and buses available for all those who took part in the 30km walk.
Ticket pricing & inclusions
Registration closes 12pm (midday) Friday 10th February.
Every adult ticket includes a free Walk With Women drink bottle filled with water and available for pick up on event day.
All tickets include refreshments along the walking trail and entry to the finish line village.
- Adult - $50
- Under 18s - $20
- Discounted Family ticket (2 adults & 2 children under 18) - $120
- Children under 12 - FREE
30km - South of Safety Beach sailing club
Meet at 7am for registration check-in
7:30am start time
5km – Sorrento Foreshore, near the Sorrento bandstand
Meet at 10:30am for registration check-in
11:00am start time
T-shirts, caps and drink bottles will be available for purchase via our online store and on event day unless sold out prior.
Where the money goes
The OCRF is the leading non-government funder of ovarian cancer research in Australia. We fund innovative ovarian cancer research with the potential to have the greatest impact for the greatest number of women and girls. The money you raise has a direct impact on the breadth of research we can fund, and on the time we can fund them for. The more you raise, the more grants we can offer to Australia’s best ovarian cancer research scientists, who are taking the fight to ovarian cancer in the lab.