Sunday 5 May 2019
Shine a Light on Road Safety is a community awareness campaign to stop deaths and injuries on our roads and to raise funds to support those impacted by road trauma. Join us and the thousands of Victorian’s who take part in Shine a Light on Road Safety. #shinealightonroadsafety
When: Sunday 5 May 2019. Entertainment starts at 11 am, walk from 11.30 am and lunch from 12.00 pm to 1.30 pm. REGISTER NOW
Where: Palms Lawn, Albert Park Lake (between the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre and The Point Restaurant).
Distance: 2km or 5km route. Or just sit back in the marquee seating and enjoy a coffee and chat.
The walk: Wheelchair, mobility scooter and prams accessible. Dogs on a lead are welcome.
Food: Water, coffee, snacks and a sausage sizzle BBQ on site.
Tickets: $15 an individual, $20 a family and $50 a team.
Merchandise: T-shirt 100% white cotton and navy raglan sleeves, $27.00. It has the Shine a Light on Road Safety logo on the front and sponsors logos on the back. T-shirts are available for collection at the walk. To see a photo of the t-shirt and order please GO HERE. You need to preorder your t-shirt as we do not have extras available at the walk. Call Fiona on 1300 367 797 if you would like the t-shirt shipped beforehand.
“To complete this walk, surrounded by people who understand the impacts of road trauma, was very powerful. People talked, cried and laughed together and were united in the ambition to make a difference. I think this a community of people who will continue to come together each year in support of this event and, who will ultimately help influence change for Victoria’s road users.”
Palms Lawn is at the northern end of Albert Park Lake – between the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre and The Point Restaurant. Trams No. 12, 96 and 112 will take you from the CBD or St Kilda to Albert Park Lake. Limited parking is available at the Lakeside Car Park on Aughtie Drive, Albert Park Lake.
If you choose you can create a fundraising page when registering. All donations are tax-deductible and will go straight back to helping us provide free support, counselling and information to people impacted by road trauma.
For further information
Please contact us on 1300 367 797 or email firstname.lastname@example.org