Ever wanted to take a walk on the wild side? Join us on a trek through one of the world's last remaining tropical rainforests.
Sumatra is a magnificent untouched paradise nestled in western Indonesia, making up part of the Sunda Islands. This incredible adventure will explore the Gunung Leuser National Park - the last sanctuary of the Sumatran orangutan. You will trek for 4 days through dense, enveloping jungle on the lookout for reclusive orangutans, gibbons, hornbills and other incredible animals.
As you make your way deeper into the jungle, the songs of native birds will grow louder and you will begin to feel as much a part of this unique ecosystem as the tail trees and native wildlife around you.
Join us on the coast of Tassie and fundraise for BCNA.
Tasmania's east coast is a treasure trove of beautiful and inspiring natural sights. As part of this five-day adventure, you will experience everything this magical region has to offer alongside like-minded BCNA supporters.
Take in the breathtaking views around every corner knowing that all funds raised will go directly to BCNA, helping us support all Australians affected by breast cancer.
The Steps for Support: Great Wall Challenge is back in May 2020!
On the Steps for Support adventure, you’ll travel through history to the very heart of China’s ancient culture. Over five days, you’ll trek some of the most spectacular sections of this world wonder, some parts reclaimed by the forest, others restored to their original magnificence.
With the support of expert guides and the camaraderie of like-minded teammates, you’ll tackle the Great Wall together and get a taste of China’s culture all while helping support Australians affected by breast cancer.
“Amazing, incredible, unbelievable.” Roslyn, Steps for Support Great Wall 2016
“Breathtaking. Wonderful. Unique. The world truly is a wonderful place that offers extraordinary experiences and beautiful memories.” – Jena, Steps for Support Great Wall 2016
“An amazing, eye-opening experience with a great group of like-minded people who inspired and motivated me.” – Sue, Steps for Support Great Wall 2016