Sat, 29 July|
2023 APOD Walk for a Veteran with PTSD
The 2023 APOD Walk for a Veteran with PTSD will again take place along the Adelaide Beaches, returning to its original date of the last Saturday in July; this year 29th July. The walk will start and finish from Seacliff Surf Life Saving Club.
Time & Location
29 July, 7:00 am – 5:00 pm ACST
Seacliff, 248 Esplanade, Seacliff SA 5049, Australia
About the event
As like previous years Seacliff SLSC will provide breakfast for those starting from Seacliff at 7am. At the finish of the first 14km at Henley Square, a refreshment station and BBQ will be available. The second 14km will see walkers travel from Henley Square to Mirani Court Reserve, West Lakes Shore and back to Henley Square. Lunch will be provided at the end of the second leg. The third leg is Henley Square returning to Seacliff SLSC.
Participants who register for the 14km walk must choose a starting location:
Henley Square 10am
Henley Square 1pm
There will be live music at Seacliff SLSC from 3pm until 8pm. A special WFAV dinner menu will be available from 5pm, and will be included in the fees for those who register for the 28km and 42km distance. Ghost Wines will also be at the finish offering wine tastings to participants and their guests.
Registration fees are:
The walk continues to draw attention to the physical and mental health issues that affect many military and emergency services personnel and their families. We want to provide all that attend an opportunity to show their support and gain some further insight into these issues. Money raised from the event will be donated to our chosen charities.
Event timing information
6.15am Seacliff SLSC registrations open
7.00am 2023 APOD Walk for a Veteran with PTSD starts
9.30am Henley SLSC registrations open for 14 and 28km
Lunch from 11.30am Henley SLSC
12.00pm Glenelg SLSC registrations open 7km
1.00pm Lunch and registrations closed Henley SLSC 14km
3.00pm Live music (Rob Elliott) Seacliff SLSC
5.00pm Dinner Seacliff SLSC
7.00pm End of 2023 APOD Walk for a Veteran with PTSD
Our chosen charity partners in 2023 will be Partners of Veterans Association Australia to fund our PVA Scholarship, and SA Police Legacy.