THE 7 BRIDGES

7 Bridges Walk has gone virtual! But that doesn’t mean you can’t admire the seven magnificent bridges that have inspired this iconic event. 


  Congratulations to the Name Bridges Competition Winners for 2021!  

Every year, the top 7 teams or individual fundraisers get to name one of the 7 iconic Bridges. This year, as we won't have the event taking place in person, our winners get to name them virtually, and all receive recognition here on our website, in participant emails and social media for thier wonderful efforts.

Winners can choose to name the bridge after their own name, thier team's name, or the name of the loved one that they're walking for this year.

MELISSA'S CLAN BRIDGE
  On Gadigal Country  

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is today named after Melissa's Clan - walking for a cancer cure, in recognition of The Jackman Clan Team for their incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

UNCLE OCCY'S BRIDGE
  On Gadigal Country  

The Pyrmont Bridge is today named after Bryan Oxford (Uncle Occy), in recognition of Uncle Occy’s Walkers for their incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

RUTH BARNETT BRIDGE
  On Gadigal Country  

The Anzac Bridge is today named after Ruth Barnett In recognition of Andrew Loadsman for his incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

FRANCESCA & GRAZIA PECORA BRIDGE
  On Burramattagal Country  

The Fig Tree Bridge is today named after Francesca and Grazia Pecora in recognition of Joe Pecora for his incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

WAZZA'S WONDERFUL SUPPORTERS BRIDGE
  On Wangal & Burramattagal Country  

The Gladesville Bridge is today named after Wazza's Wonderful Supporters, in recognition of Warren Bain for their incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

MOTHER DIVINE CHILD RGS BRIDGE
  On Gadigal & Wangal Country  

The Iron Cove Bridge Bridge is today named after Mother Divine Child RGS in recognition of MMF walkers for their incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

VU THI TUONG BRIDGE
  On Burramattagal Country  

The Tarban Creek Bridge is today named after a very loved grandmother named Vu Thi Tuong, in recognition of Team OBL for their incredible contribution towards a Cancer free future.

Register for the 7 Bridges Challenge 2021

Register now