Register Now for WildEndurance 2015 - it's filling fast!
Enjoy a fantastic team walking event while connecting with nature and helping save koalas.
This year, WildEndurance will be donating 2% of funds raised to Science for Wildlife in support of their koala conservation program in the Blue Mountains. The donated funds will go towards the training of koala detection dogs and GPS equipment. Check out WildEndurance coordinator, Sarah William's interview on Channel's The Today Show to find out more.
Attention!!! National Parks and Wildlife Services have closed the Giant Stairway for major track repairs. This affects stage 2 of the event (between 25km and 50km). Any teams planning on training in the Blue Mountains should check with National Parks and plan accordingly. The corrected course route is now as follows:
During the event, participants will walk into CP1 (Katoomba Oval) via Furber Steps as usual. When exiting CP1, they will walk back down Furber steps, turn left onto Federal Pass, continue on before turning left onto Dardanelle’s Pass where they will walk past the base of the now closed Giant Stairway and resume the original course. There is negligible impact on distance covered.
Download a copy of the Map and Information book for WildEndurance 2015 here
Participant Briefing Night is coming up on the 28th of this month. We strongly recommend that one person from each team attend as this is the last time you will have for questions. Please RSVP here
Struggling to find a team or recruit members? The WildEndurance team-mate finder platform is now operational. You can advertise or recruit here
Where will your donations go
The Wilderness Society campaigns and actions to preserve Australia's wild places
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Overview, course map and information about the WildEndurance 2015 event.
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Information for team captains, recruiting, members, support crews and more!
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