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Walk 4 brain cancer FAQs

The annual Walk 4 Brain Cancer on Sunday 6 November 2022 is a community fundraising event that sees participants walk, run or jog 5km within Centennial Park to raise funds and awareness for the Cure for Brain Cancer Foundation. The Foundation’s challenge is to find a cure for brain cancer.
The event site will open at 8.30 am for a 9.30 am race start and conclude at 12.00 pm.

For information about the event and how to attend, please visit the event website here:

The Walk 4 Brain Cancer event site will be located on Church Grounds in Centennial Park with a 2.5km course (that’s completed twice) within the Park.
The course will depart from Church Grounds, travel north adjacent to Parkes Drive, turn left adjact to Dickens Drive and continue around the western & southern Grand Drive Circuit back to Church Grounds. The cycle lane, horse track and sealed footpath will not be impacted as course is taking place on the jogging track. Site occupation for this event is on Sunday 6 November from 6.00 am until approximately 3.00 pm.

Yes, pedestrian access to Centennial Park will be maintained at all times. All vehicle gates will be open and will close as per normal operations on the day.

Centennial Park will remain open for all park visitors. All vehicle gates will remain open as per normal operations. There are no road closures for the event and regular public parking available. Parking may however be limited at the southern end of Parkes Drive and Grand Drive south.
There will be no restrictions to equestrian users related to this event.
Cyclists and roller bladers will be able to access all open roads.

Yes, Centennial Homestead will be open as per usual.

Walk 4 Brain Cancer is not a music event however there will be local amplified sound, announcements and music as part of the event atmosphere. This will include a small stage on Church Grounds. The sound will be managed to ensure compliance with legislated sound requirements.
We are committed to complying with all legislation and guidelines covering amplified sound levels at outdoor events. The Centennial Park and Moore Park Trust Noise Management Plan is available on our website:

While we inform all immediate neighbours of events that may require traffic changes by letterbox drop, we provide information via our website, eNewsletters, Facebook, Twitter, What’s On brochure, local publications and/or (at times) via letterbox drop. You can sign up to our eNewsletters here or join our online community via Facebook and Twitter to ensure you are informed.
You can sign up to our eNewsletters here or join our online community via Facebook and Twitter to ensure you are informed.

Visit our What’s On web page to see what other events are happening in Centennial Parklands.

Centennial Parklands has a range of venues for hire to suit a variety of different events.  Please visit our venue hire web page to learn more.