Join us for a 1km Walkathon through the streets of Unley, followed by a family fun day at the Soldiers Memorial Gardens in Unley.
Taking place during World Parkinson’s Month on Sunday 7th April until 2pm in the Soldier’s Memorial Gardens in Unley. There’s plenty of off-street parking and we’re right next to the Unley Shopping Centre on the corner of Thomas Street & Unley Road.
This is your chance to fund raise for Parkinson’s SA. Participate in the Walkathon and encourage family and friends to donate towards your walk. You can also encourage all your family and friends to register for the walk and join us on the day.
After the walk join us back at the Soldiers Memorial Gardens. You will find information, services and activities that Parkinson’s SA provides. It’s a family fun day and we want you to invite friends, family and colleagues to attend and show their support for the organisation and help raise our profile in the wider community. There will be a host of ‘come ’n’ try’ activities including dance, art, music and exercise demonstrations and plenty of stalls from local community groups and our sponsors.
When: Sunday, 7 April 2019
Registrations open at 8:45am
Walk starts at 9:15am
Family fun from 10:00am - 1:00pm
Cost: early-bird registrations
$15 children (aged 5 - 18)
Registrations on the day are $45 so register now for your early-bird discount.
Where: Soldiers Memorial Gardens, Unley. Meet us at the Arch for registrations and the 1km walkathon around Unley streets. The walk is mobility-friendly, and we will be escorted by SA Police with volunteers along the track to assist. Meet back at the memorial gardens to enjoy the rest of the days festivities.
There are chairs, tables and umbrellas for your comfort and a large marquee area.
Route: The route is wheelchair accessible with SA police providing an escort and volunteers to assist anyone needing a hand.
Parking: Free parking is available in surrounding streets, as well as the Unley Shopping Centre car park. Some areas have restricted time limits so please be aware of street parking limits wherever you park. There will be a drop off area on Thomas Street for those with mobility requirements.