Choose from the following March dates: Friday 1, Saturday 2, Friday 8, Saturday 9, Friday 22, Saturday 23 March
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Join us on the Grand Clifftop Walk (Katoomba to Wentworth Falls). Moderate fitness level required - 15km/9hrs
Your registration fee ($185) covers the professional guide, lunch and national park entrance fees.This is separate to your individual fundraising goal.
Each participant will have an individual fundraising goal to raise a minimum $750 to help Australians at risk of or experiencing homelessness.
Join Mission Australia's 15km Hike To End Homelessness and help change the lives of Australians in need.
Australia’s fastest growing demographic experiencing homelessness
Hike To End Homelessness is aligning with International Women’s Day to spotlight women over 55. In Australia, there are 19,378 people over 55 years old experiencing homelessness*. Women without sufficient savings, women experiencing chronic illnesses, or who endure sudden life events, such as the death of a loved one can be vulnerable to homelessness.
Help shine a light on this hidden demographic and help them find a brighter future.
* ABS (2021) Census of Population and Housing: Estimating Homelessness
Take part with your workplace!
Take on the challenge together and raise vital funds that will help homeless Australians access safe accommodation and wraparound services to help them on the path to independence.
Check out our sponsorship packages today.
- Mission Australia representative
- Professional, passionate and knowledgable guides
- All activity related safety equipment
- Locally sourced trail lunch
- National Park entrance fees
- Transfer by private minibus back to Katoomba from Wentworth Falls
- Emergency communications and group first aid kit
- Training manual, gear list
- Fundraising support and toolkit
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's included in the cost?
The trek comprises of a $185 registration fee; which includes lunch, expert guides, all National Park fees, and fundraising support.
The registration fee is payable when you register.
Registering also means a commitment to fundraise a further $750 to help end homelessness.
Do I have to carry my own day pack?
Yes, you will carry your own daypack. It should include; your phone, water, sun protection, insect repellent, a rainproof jacket, lunch (a sandwich provided by us), camera, snacks, and any medication you may require.
What level of fitness is required?
You will need a reasonable level of fitness to walk on the trail. You should be able to walk on a variety of surfaces: inclines, declines, rocks, steep sections and loose ground. We recommend you do some walks (up to 15km) before this trip to maximise your enjoyment of the climbs and views.
How much do I have to fundraise?
A minimum of $750 per participant. Don't worry, we're here to help with your fundraising every step of the way!
You'll have your own online fundraising page to share with friends and family, as well as a toolkit full of resources to help you reach your goal.
Where does my fundraising go?
Your fundraising will support one of the many services provided by Mission Australia to help vulnerable Australians at risk of, or experiencing homelessness.
To learn more about Mission Australia services, please visit our website here.