Walking 100 Kilometres for Charity

Walking 100 Kilometres for Charity

Raising their hands for the Oxfam Trailwalker team challenge, Dr Davies and his team will be battling 100 kilometres of bush trail in Mid-June with proceeds helping to fight poverty worldwide.

Over 2,000 teams participate across Australia each year, with the support of 2,500 volunteers and 6,000 support crew members. Dr Davies’ team is currently taking donations with a goal of raising $2,000 over the next month – just hit the button below if you would like to donate directly.

The Oxfam Trailwalker has raised over $70 million dollars since its inception locally in 1999, and you can read about some of the positive changes that the organisation makes below.

Take a Look at the Trail

“It’s not a relay,” as Oxfam describes the event. “You and three mates will journey through 100km of bush trail within 48 hours. Your team has to start together, stick together and finish together.”

With a range of high-grade walking trails (the long difficult ones), this year’s trail starts at Mt Glorious and winds its way through D’Aguilar National Park. The trail’s half-way point is situated at Lake Manchester, and it loops through Enogerra Dam before finally Ending at the iconic Mt Coot-tha.

We wish Dr Davies luck, and the support of the entire team at BOH Dental.