COVID-19 may have halted overseas travel, but it’s given us the perfect opportunity to #bringtourismhome, and explore some of Australia’s most captivating scenery.
AFL legend and Windermere Ambassador ‘Richo’ is joining us on an adventure of a lifetime, exploring the breathtaking uniqueness of the WA coast, while raising money to keep our community's most vulnerable children safe.
In Casey/Cardinia, 1 in 10 children between the age of 8 and 11 years display some form of antisocial behaviour. Many are already known to police before reaching high school.
Our Kids on Track program gives children a voice and aims to break harmful cycles to give at-risk children safer and more stable futures. The program equips young people with the skills and knowledge to keep them safe.
Our team of trekkers, all united by a sense of adventure and giving back, will travel across the Cape to Cape walking track along the south-west corner of Western Australia, 250km south of Perth, to raise vital funds for our Kids on Track program.
Thank you for your overwhelming support and interest in joining the Cape to Cape trek. We received an incredible amount of enquiries and have now filled all available places.
For decades, Matthew 'Richo' Richardson inspired young footballers to follow their sporting dreams. Today, he will inspire our team in WA as Trek Ambassador.
Joining Richo on the trek are his former Richmond teammates Nathan Brown and Ezra Poyas.
You can support our team of 26 by donating to their fundraising page.
Click here to support Richo's cause or click on one of our team members below to help them raise vital funds on the #Trek2KeepKidsSafe.
|Matthew Richardson||Leigh Cockburn||Ezra Poyas|
|Geoff Bainbridge||Chris Geremia||Garrick Robinson|
|Courtney Banks||Annabelle Makin||Jane Sheridan|
|Simon Bennett||Kimberley Malcolm||Nick Strachan|
|Jackie Booth||Jason McLeod||David Tocci|
|Nathan Brown||Maree Mellett||Annette Verhoeff|
|Susan Burke||Tim Mellett||Michelle Watson-Pancari|
|Gary Castricum||Steven Muntz||Colleen Williams|
|Henny Castricum||Emma Muntz|
*Donations greater than $2 are tax deductible for Australian tax payers.