Raised so far
With more than 30 million visits per year, Centennial Parklands is the traditional home of the Gadigal people, and one of the world's leading public parklands.
Starting at Church Grounds, choose either 5km or 10km and come along for food, talking, music and walking. This Black Dog Institute event asks you to put One Foot Forward for mental health. The courses take you around the award winning Parklands and there will be food, support, music and a community of people getting together to put One Foot Forward Together.
Every step you take matters and every dollar counts. Your fundraising makes a MASSIVE difference to mental health.
One in five Australians are affected by mental illness each year and 65% of people with a mental illness do not seek help.
Mental illness can be overwhelming, crippling and isolating. One Foot Forward Together enables conversations about mental health and encourages people to seek help.
Sat 29 May 2021
Early Bird - Ends 1 April
Dog (on a leash)
- Jayne Pearce just donated $20.80
- Hawa Zreika just donated $20
- Lee-Anne Garcia just donated $6.48
- Danielle Kirkby just donated $11.08
One Foot Forward Together is accessible to wheelchairs, mobility scooters and prams. Some of the route is off-road and you can make the choice to travel on the track if you'd prefer, or stick to the Grand Drive.
Wheelchair accessible toilets are available at both the Event Village and along the route.
Enter Centennial Park via the Darley Rd entrance. This is accessible for driver and pedestrians.
The best way to get to and from Centennial Parklands is by public transport.
There are frequent trains, light rail services and a number of regular bus routes.
- A number of regular bus routes make stops along Oxford St near the Park gates including routes 333, 340, 352, 355, 389 and 440 from Bondi Junction or the city.
Bondi Junction train station is within a 10 minute walking distance from the northern end of Centennial Park, via Grafton St and Oxford St.
- Catch a light rail service to Royal Randwick on the new L2 Randwick Line to get within a short walking distance of the southern end of Centennial Park.
For more details on public transport services and to plan your trip, visit transportnsw.info
There is free parking on site however the event takes place on a Saturday, so spaces will be limited. Further paid parking is available at the Entertainment Quarter or the Hordern Pavilion. Find out more here.
Food & Drink
Pending COVID restrictions, coffee and a range of food options will be available at the Event Village for you to purchase. Veggo's, vegans and gluten free will all be catered for. Water is available at the Event Village as well along the route.