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Walk4BrainCancer is back for 2023

This year we are back with our traditional physical walks, but also offering a virtual walk to those who can’t join us. We can’t wait to see what we can achieve together this year!

Upcoming Walks

Choose your home state and then select a walk close to you, or join us virtually!

Canberra Completed
24 Sep "23

Walk4BrainCancer Canberra

Patrick White Lawns

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Gold Coast Completed
8 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Gold Coast

Broadwater Parklands

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Adelaide Completed
8 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Adelaide

Elder Park

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Parramatta Completed
15 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Parramatta

Parramatta Park

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Albury Completed
15 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Albury

Lavington Sports Ground

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Brisbane Completed
22 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Brisbane

7th Brigade Park

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Wollongong Completed
22 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Wollongong

Beaton Park Athletic Track

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Bells Beach Completed
22 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Bells Beach

Bells Beach

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Owen Completed
22 Oct "23

Walk4BrainCancer Owen

Owen Bowling Club

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South West Rocks Completed
4 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer South West Rocks

South West Rocks

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Centennial Park Completed
5 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Sydney Centennial Park

Sydney Centennial Park

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Manly Completed
12 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Manly

Shelly Beach

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Perth Completed
19 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Perth

Sir James Mitchell Park

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Tuncurry Completed
25 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Tuncurry


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Berwick Completed
26 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Berwick


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Virtual Completed
26 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Virtual


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Yallourn Completed
26 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Yallourn


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Yamba Completed
26 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Yamba


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Melbourne Completed
26 Nov "23

Walk4BrainCancer Melbourne

Albert Park Lake

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Blue Mountains Completed
8 Dec "23

Walk4BrainCancer Blue Mountains

Lawson Oval

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Tasmania Completed
10 Dec "23

Walk4BrainCancer Tasmania


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Walk4BrainCancer 2023 Leaderboard

The funds raised by these passionate Walk4BrainCancer participants, and so many others, help us continue to fund record levels of world-class brain cancer research, advocacy and awareness, and ultimately, help find a cure faster. Thank you!

Get your FREE Walk4BrainCancer t-shirt when you raise $150 or more!

You will receive a FREE Walk4BrainCancer tee when you raise $150 to cure brain cancer. Get your tee and join the sea of purple to unite with the brain cancer community across Australia.

Your impact could help find a cure faster

Each year, Walk4BrainCancer brings together thousands of passionate members of the Australian community to raise critical funds for brain cancer research. Together, we’re supporting the most innovative brain cancer research and facilitating potentially life-saving breakthroughs.

With the help of Walk4BrainCancer, Cure Brain Cancer Foundation has invested over $30 million in brain cancer research. In the past year alone, the Foundation has committed $8 million to bring the GBM AGILE clinical trial to Australia, which aims to revolutionise the way treatments are tested and developed to treat glioblastoma. Last year we launched the world’s largest, brain cancer-dedicated, Clinical Accelerator program to address the funding gap between discoveries in the lab and therapies available to patients in the clinic. Over the past 21 months, Cure Brain Cancer Foundation has proudly provided fellowships totalling $1.4 million. The Foundation continues to focus on international collaborations and bringing Australia into the global landscape in order to accelerate treatment for all. In our search for a cure, there are no borders, no boundaries, and nothing will impede our mission to find a cure for this deadly disease.

Share your special message in memory, in support or in honour of someone with brain cancer.

To remember those we’ve lost, honour those who are living with the disease, and share your story with our amazing community, you can add a personal message to feature on our Walk4BainCancer Wall of Hope today.


Johnny Ruffo

“Until I was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2017, I had no idea brain cancer kills more Aussie kids than any disease, and more young people under 40 than any other cancer. Walk4BrainCancer is so important in raising the funds and awareness we need to rapidly change those shocking stats.” – Johnny Ruffo

Chloe Drogemuller-Fiebig

Throughout his cancer fight, my husband Dave remained the brave, resilient, and a fiercely positive man. He turned to me one day on our way to his radiation treatment as said, there is always a path forward, you just need to keep moving. His spirit lives on through our family and our commitment to Walk4BrainCancer. – Chloe Drogemuller-Fiebig


“I truly believe that together, hand in hand, we can all make a difference. Please join me in this important initiative that is very close to my heart & the hearts of many, including my wonderful family. Your support will be very heart felt and greatly appreciated.” – Kate Mitrovski

Ben Gray

“The suffering my family were forced to endure was huge. I do not want anyone to have to experience the trauma of someone they know being diagnosed with this terrible illness. That’s why my family proudly participates in Walk4BrainCancer to raise funds for brain cancer research.” – Ben Gray