Join us for the adventure-of-a-lifetime as we journey through one of the last great coastal wilderness areas in Australia. Spend seven days under towering rainforest canopies, traversing clifftops, exploring hidden beaches and marvelling at ancient geological formations. Expert guides will cook and care for you as they lead you through this rugged stretch of coastline. Stay in the seaside town of Tathra, where humpback whales can be spotted from the picturesque and historical-listed wharf, and camp in Ben Boyd National Park as we venture further south to tackle the iconic Light to Light walk.
This is your chance to travel with purpose and create real change in people’s lives – and in yourself. Your journey will be physically demanding, emotionally inspiring and scenically spectacular.
Travel with purpose knowing your trekking adventure is supporting Australians living with multiple sclerosis. For more information, enter your details below and instantly receive the in-depth information pack.
Can you imagine waking up one day unable to walk or see? Incapable of getting out of bed or even walking to the phone to call someone for help. This is the reality for many diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
By joining this adventure, you’ll raise funds to ensure that people living with multiple sclerosis have immediate and ongoing access to expert advice and vital support services – so that no one has to face MS alone.
Fundraisers and donors, like you, make the delivery of essential MS support services possible, while the search for a cure continues.
Thank you for supporting us on this incredible trekking challenge, and we can’t wait to have you on the team.
Date: 9-15 October 2022
Tour duration: 7 days (including travel time)
Group size: 10–18 travellers
Challenge grade: 3.5/5
Registration fee: $495 (non-refundable)
Travel quote: $2,494 per person
Fundraising target: $2,500 (excludes travel)
Flights: At own expense – from $400–$800 return
Accommodation: Twin-share apartments and comfortable camping
Minimum age: 18 (younger ages considered on application)