Fundraise

Registrations are open now – you can register yourself and a team.  As we are taking a virtual walk in 2021 due to the ongoing COVID pandemic, you registration will carry over to next year’s event.

Registrations to take A Walk in the Park Geelong are quick and easy.

  • Adults – $20
  • Concession – $15
  • Children (5-18 years) – $5
  • Children (under 5 years) – free
  • Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) – $40

As well as your registration fee you can also raise more vital funds for Parkinson’s Victoria by fundraising. When you finalise your registration you will have access to your own fundraising page where people are able to donate directly.

If you have registered this year, your registration will carry over to the 2022 event that we are aiming to host on Sunday 1 May 2022.

 A Walk in the Park Geelong beanies, caps, T-shirts and face masks

To increase our fundraising efforts, we are still selling the limited edition beanies, caps and face mask as well as our 2019 A Walk in the Park Geelong t-shirts.

Buy one now

Beanies and caps are $20

There are limited supplies of t-shirts, so some sizes are not available.  T-shirts are $20.

There are white-t-shirts in adults and kids’ sizes.  There is also a small amount of the purple ‘volunteer’ t-shirts available too.

Face masks are available in medium and large and will be cost $17.

Our face masks can be reused by hand washing it in warm water. Our face masks are a non-medical device, however will protect you against solid particles and droplets and are recommended for recreational use.

Postage is free.

Why do you need to register before the event?

By paying the registration fee you are supporting those living with Parkinson’s.  A small percentage of your registration fee goes towards covering the costs of A Walk in the Park Geelong, however the majority will go directly to Parkinson’s Victoria whose mission is to enable people living with Parkinson’s to lead full and active lives and to support the development of more effective treatments and a cure for Parkinson’s.