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WALK FOR A BLOKE
BROOME

DETAILS

Date - March 23rd 2024

Start Time - Arrive 6.30am to check in for a 7am start

Start Location -  Mens Outreach Service 11 Hammersley Street Broome (between Police Station and Prison)

Walk -25km taking in Broome Jetty to Jetty walk path to Town Beach Jetty, going past Broome Mens Shed to Broome Golf Club. Walk then heads to Gantheaume Point which is also the start location for the 12.5km walk (0930 hours). Walk along iconic Cable Beach to Cable Beach Club Resort and Spa then through Broome to end at The Roey where Broome Car Club will be present

End - Approx 3pm

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TICKET OPTIONS

GOLD - THE FULL SHABANG
$120
  • Attend the end of walk celebrations at The Roey

  • Rest and socialise with a catered lunch and beverage package

  • Official WALK FOR A BLOKE t-shirt

  • Halfway station drinks and snacks at Broome Golf Club and Cable Beach Club

  • Additional contribution to our 121 PROJECT which directly helps blokes

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Option to walk the full 25KM or 12.5KM or as much as you can.

SILVER - JUST THE WALK
$40
  • Official WALK FOR A BLOKE t-shirt

  • Halfway station drinks and snacks at Broome Golf Club and Cable Beach Club

 

Option for you to upgrade to GOLD by paying an additional $80 into your fundraising account and attend end venue celebrations to rest and socialise with a catered lunch and beverage package. The GOLD package also enables additional contribution to our 121 PROJECT which directly helps blokes. Option to walk the full 25KM or 12.5KM or as much as you can.

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FAQs

WHERE DOES THE MONEY GO?

We started Spoke to a Bloke after losing our brother and best mate to suicide. As a team, we work on the charity weekends and after hours, we are passionate about making a real impact. 100% of funds raised goes directly to running the charity, our events and projects to support blokes mental health.

For more information on where the money goes visit our projects

WHY DOES THE WALK FINISH AT HOTELS, PUBS AND CLUBS?

The feedback we have had is blokes wanted to get together and celebrate the completion of the challenge. The finish venue is capped at 3 hours and gives blokes the opportunity to continue conversations they started on the walk.

We are aware that alcohol can be a contributing factor to blokes having poor mental health and struggles. We do not promote drinking as part of the event. We do respect each blokes right to choose. At each venue we provide a catered lunch and make both non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages available.

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