Sunshine Coastrek 2018

Sunshine Coastrek 2018

Trek the stunning Noosa region in Sunshine Coastrek to restore sight, raising money for The Fred Hollows Foundation.

Take on the team trekking challenge in a team of four (50% women), walking the Super 60km trek from Caloundra to iconic Noosa Woods or the thrilling 30km trek from Maroochydore to Noosa Woods.

Explore the pristine Sunshine Coast's white powder beaches, spectacular bays, secret bush trails and breathtaking headlands, and complete an incredible personal challenge with your friends while restoring sight.

Coastrek was established by Wild Women On Top in 2010 and host three events in locations each year, including Sydney Coastrek 2018, Melbourne Coastrek 2018 and the Sunshine Coast. Since its creation it has seen thousands of people trekking to restore sight and raised millions of dollars.

Be part of the fun, take the challenge, and get fit with friends while supporting the aim of ending avoidable blindness.

Registrations are now open so secure your teams place before they sell out. Register for Sunshine Coastrek online now.

 

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