2017 Media Partners

Channel 7 - logo

We produce more Australian drama for television than any other network. And our extensive sports portfolio will keep fans entertained well into 2018 with the AFL, 2017 Rugby League World Cup, 2018 Australian Open, PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games and the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.


News Local - logo

NewsLocal is the premier community media outlet in NSW with 20 local newspaper mastheads and websites reaching more than 1.2 readers every week.

NewsLocal publishes 20 masthead brands weekly across Sydney and the Central Coast. Each masthead brand has it's own unique history which resonates with its community and our NewsLocal brand unites all 20 under one purpose.

Our core promise is to inspire and connect locals to their communities in ways that matter most to them.

News is what we do.

Local is where we are.


Major Sponsor

The NSW Government is proud to support this year's Seven Bridges Walk.


Sponsor

Discover something extraordinary.

Catch up for brunch or enjoy a long lunch, whatever your appetite you'll find plenty to sink your teeth into. Get your adrenaline racing with high-octane activities and adventures, or immerse yourself in underwater sea life. With plenty of fun for all ages, you'll run out of time long before you run out of options. Visit darlingharbour.com to see what's on


Stakeholders

Cancer Council NSW thanks the following stakeholders for supporting this year's event.

Event Manager: Mothership Events.

Supporters: NSW Police, Transport for NSW - Transport Management Centre, and Transport for NSW - State Transit

Land Owners

Cancer Council NSW thanks the following land owners for supporting this year's event: North Sydney Council, City of Sydney, Inner West Council, City of Canada Bay Council, Hunter's Hill Council, Lane Cove Council, Property NSW and Barangaroo Delivery Authority.

Acknowledgement of Country

Cancer Council NSW acknowledges the traditional Owners of the land on which we walk on event day and pays its respects to their Elders, past and present.