Wall of HOPE

Add your message to our virtual wall of hope

Tell us why you are walking 28km or include a name if you are doing the walk in honour of someone. Your message will be pinned to our virtual wall of hope.

  Virtual Wall of Hope  


For the amazing cancer care staff

Aunty Helen

Remembering you on this day - we miss you!

Those I've lost


My motivation for participating in this walk stems from my love for my husband , who has been fighting re occurring kidney cancer for the past 11 years . Jim's journey has been far from easy, as he fights with unwavering strength to keep the many tumours at bay. Despite the hard nature of his treatment, he faces it all with a smile on his face.

Suzie Malouf

In loving memory of my father Tony Arvanitakis who passed 3 months ago. Love you for eternity baba. Also for Brookey who at present is in remission. Stay strong my beautiful friend xx


Love you forever and always Angus xx

Kevin Gregory

For my dear friend Helen Hipsley

Kirstyn Winn

I am walking 28km in honor of my Pop Neville Winn who passed away in 2012 from cancer. His passing hit our family hard, so I am doing this for him xo

Ximena Lucero-Morris

I’m walking in memory of my dearest husband Mario We all missed you so much you are forever in our hearts 💕 Cancer has also effected my extended family, friends and colleagues. We can only hope that One day they will find a cure to stop this horrible disease. 🙏

Sophia Klimentidis

Always in my thoughts and my Heart Mamma Olga XX

Elizabeth Svec

Aways in our hearts Dad ! George Halkidis


I'm walking for my husband’s Steven and everyone who is fighting cancer or surviving cancer. Don't give up hope. We all wish that one day we can all live in a cancer free world.

I'm walking for my best friend's mum who has suffered more than anybody I know but is remaining positive and loving no matter what. My best friend's 18 and watching her mum go through that is tough on anyone, I wouldn't wish it upon my worst enemy. I hope the work of the cancer council and everyone walking can help fund a better future for her and her family!

Lynne Perkins

Cancer has effected my family plus many friends and colleagues. We can only pray for a cure to stop this horrible disease. Thankyou to all the medical people helping those suffering 💕

Janet Xie

I am walking in memory of my mum who passed away due to dementia on 21st August 2023. Dementia is also a disease like cancer that is irreversible and untreatable with life expectancy of 5 years. Here I am, in the last quarter of 2023, challenge myself to walk 28 kms for a HOPE to promote “Love your body, enjoy your family or friends, make healthy decisions and exercise more!” Add oil everyone!

Helene Kivell

I’m walking for life, love & loss & hope to make a difference For the love of my life, Barry, & his brother, Murray, who now live in our memories For other friends who have lost their lives or their loved ones to cancer or have cancer.

Cherylle & Denise

In loving memory of our Dad & Mum Always in our thoughts Forever in our hearts


I’m walking in memory of my beautiful mum who recently passed from a heroic 13 year fight with cancer mum would have been 70years old this 19th October and we done this walk together a few years ago we came up just shy of finishing at 26kms. I love and miss you so much already ❤️

Janet Evans

I'm walking for my mum who passed from breast cancer in 1979 and my sister who passed from melanoma in 2017. Thank you everyone for being here and taking part to raise money for the Cancer Council's AWESOME work! I'm so proud of you and I know my mum and sister would have been too! xoxoxoxox

Stella Buttigieg

Walking for our loved ones who lost their battle to cancer and those who survived their battle including a dear friend Christina Abela, lots of love so glad you are here with us 💛💛💛

Millie Hendry

In loving memory of our darling mother, Sue Hendry and Aunty, Cathy Heraghty. Not a day goes by that we don't think of you both and miss you dearly. Forever in our hearts. To all the fighters and survivors, I wish you strength and courage to stay strong. xx


I am doing the walk in honour of my late father. Love you dad. Miss you everyday. ❤️

Trish Ryan

I'm walking for Jonathan and Judith and everyone who is fighting cancer or surviving cancer. Don't give up hope.

Rosie Vince

My brother Martin and brother in law Greg are walking the 7 Bridges Walk this year in memory of our dear sister Nick who lost her battle with the insidious Multiple Myeloma. Nick was one tough fighter, she gave it all and never complained. Ever.

Archana Bakal

Love you Kaka and Kaku

Colleen Plumb

In loving memory of my Mum, Sister, loved ones and friends we've lost to cancer. Walking with hope and determination to make a difference. 🌻🌟

Sam seagg

This message is for my dad he passed away from brain cancer on 08/09/23 we are doing this walk in honour of him.

Thai Thi Hanh

for my dearest and beautiful sister who passed away due to cancer . I love you and miss you so much!


I’m walking for my beautiful Mum who I hold very close in my heart.

Dema Chaikhouni

In memory of my mom who passed away 7yrs ago due to cancer. We love you and miss you every day ❤️

Mel Pasi

For my beautiful, brave dad, who is fighting his cancer fiercely.

Manmohan Bedi (Moni )

Being a Stage 4 Lung Cancer Patient along with a rare Pituitary Tumour, it is my passion to motivate other Cancer patients and support them as much as possible. “No matter what the statistics say, there is always a way.” — Bernie Siegel

Sonya Arthur

Bowel cancer, abdominal perineal resection, permanent colostomy then chemotherapy. That was 5 years ago. I’m one of the lucky ones, a survivor. For those who were left behind x


To my brave aunt, who has been fighting with breast cancer for awhile, who wants to win.

Rosemary Nujin ❤️🎀🎗️ 17/10/1950-13/12/1988

Sue Taylor

Not only a very important fundraiser but a great way to join the community to explore beautiful Sydney!

Michael Zarb

May we come to see a future where cancer no longer exists

Agnes Barnes

Sadly in 2015 I was diagnosed with BC and happy to say I'm a survivor 9 years, I always wanted to do this walk thou the year I decided to do it due to Covid it was cancelled.

Megan Janes

I’m walking in memory of Kate who sadly lost her battle with Neuroblastoma in 2013 at the young age of 3. Kates infectious smile & laughter brought joy to everyone, even through her pain & treatment she always managed to smile


Very excited about this. Looking forward to making a difference.

James Duffy

Thinking of everyone

Alison Day

Every day we pray for a miracle for Ali who was given months to live almost 2 years ago. In this time she has not only been fighting her own battles, but due to her inspiring efforts a new treatment, Trodelvy is now available in Australia to help other cancer suffers. We are in awe of Ali's determination, strength, bravery and kind spirit. You are a true inspiration!

Jennifer Anne Powell

I am walking so there will be hope for future suffers of caners a cure will be found. THANK YOU to all the researchers , you are all doing an amazing work.

Yomna Touni

In memory of my uncles…

In memory of my high school friend


I’m Walking in honour of my wonderful dad . Dad passed away 29 Oct 2020 of lung cancer. His passing is still hard to fathom . Seeing your loved one suffer and in constant pain is just heartbreaking . He is missed terribly. Forever in my heart 💙💙

Rebecca Hope

I’m walking the 28kms for my uncle cefyn, my Aunty Rhonda, uncle Ed, my grandfather and my good friend Lester

Christopher Christie

I’m walking for my friend Sharon and also for Alex Sister Karen and many more

Maria Pedavoli

Walking for my husband who lost his battle with cancer on the 02/10/22.

Sophie Berry

This is for Darls, Jill and Carmen.


I’m walking for my family and friends affected by, or who’ve died because of cancer. Strength and courage to you Dan! To my dad and Tim: miss you every day 💙

Jo Fiedler

In memory of my beautiful dad Joe,who we lost to this awful disease 15 jul 2006, not a day goes by without you always in my thoughts, I love you more than words ❤️ ♥️ 💜 💗

Hendrik Heijnis

Walking for my late sister who passed away in 2018. She died of lung cancer. we were very similar and I am grateful for the 48 years of shared life.

Chitra Sethu

I’m walking for my friends, family who had cancer especially for my uncle (died) and my father(I love him and don’t have cancer but very weak due to old age)

Dene Beltrame

I’m walking for the many people in my life who have had cancer or died from cancer especially my beautiful godson Kyle ❤️❤️

Yelda Chembirika

I'm grateful and thankful that I can do this walk-in honor of my father who fought bravely but sadly lost his battle with cancer. Also, for all my friends and relatives who have lost loved ones. With every km walked in this challenge, wishing strength and courage to those families that are continuing their fight.

Manmohan Bedi (Moni )

Stage 4 Lung Cancer can not stop me to walk for others !!

Krishantha Ekanayake

My effort is towards a world without Cancer. Having lost a few friend sand extended family members to the cancer battle and also having a few survivors who are fighting on strong I feel it's my duty to help to ovrcome this nasty disease Lets join hands and build a cancer free world!


Dear my darling mama, The world aint got better after your departure, climate is in chaotic, countries are at war, covid is still a threat. But we are all hanging in here, doing our part to make earth a better place. But all i wish is that you are at your almost peace in the new world. xoxo

Diane adnum

I'm walking for my family. My father in law had bowel cancer 22 yrs ago & survived, My Uncle C had stomach cancer and passed away in 2017. My other Uncle had prostate diagnosed in 2021 and so far thank God is clear. In 2017 I went for a free breast screen organised for my workplace a lump was located and went through scanning and biopsy process and thank goodness was benign.

Jiji Ramos

I am walking for my auntie who passed away of breast cancer and all other cancer-afflicted people who chose not to take advantage of the medical advancements in cancer treatment. May we all try our bit to allow the brilliant minds behind these researches to continue the magnificent work they have been doing and look forward to a cancer-free future.

Jennie Curtis

October is a big month . All in the month of October I lost my dad 40 years ago to cancer, my mum 28 years ago, a good friend, 10 years ago and one of my closest friends was diagnosed in the month of October but she is a 3 year survivor this year and will be participating in the walk with me It is uncanny that the walk is also held in October! I’ll be walking for everyone impacted by cancer!!

Mel Smith

Walking in memory of family


Supporting Cancer survivors from all walks of life.


Supporting all Cancer survivors!

Will Henson

Walking for cancer research

Joe Denby

Walking for my dear friend Poppy

Juliette Robertson

I’m at that age when at least a dozen people I know have been diagnosed with and live or have died from some type of cancer. Their positive mindset has been inspirational. I am hopeful that in my lifetime we will see a cure that makes cancer as manageable as the HIV virus has become.

Walked for Greg Hickey who recently lost his battle, then Vicki who passed after I had signed up. Also walked for Sue and Ian and Sue’s mother Betty, who have their own battles to fight .


Walking in memory of Mother Divine Child and all my friends who have died of cancer

Marg Kerr

Finally walked the final 2kms of a total of 28kms this morning. I dedicated my commitment to both my Mum who passed with bowel cancer & my younger sister Donna with Ovarian.

Lisa webb

I walked for My Dad and Mum My mum passed aways coming up 6 years and my Dad passed away last Christmas my Dad actually did the bridges walk twice we were going to do it together last year but he deteriorated rapidly photo taken of myself and my dad a few years before

Cassandra gent

Miss u nan uncle Paul and great nan u will be forever in our heart love u all

Jeannette (Jenny) Dyson

For my darling Pete 🐻, my friends, & anyone else bravely fighting against Cancer. We’re here for you! 😘💗😘


I'm grateful and thankful that I can do this walk in honour of my uncle, aunty & cousin who all fought bravely but sadly lost their battle to cancer. Also for friends who have lost loved ones. With every km walked in this challenge, wishing strength and courage to those families that are continuing their fight. Don't give up hope! Peace to those who are no longer with us.

Eileen Oxford

I am so grateful of the advances made in medical science and treatments designed to fight cancer. This is saving my son's life. Without funding this would not have been possible. Thank you to past, present and future people, who care enough to give what it takes to beat cancer.


I’m walking in honour of my mother in law and my brother in law who passed recently in July and August. Both amazing people! ❤️ Also giving hope to all those battling cancer now. Don’t give up! Miracles do happen.

Carolina Boado

Walked the virtual walk in memory of Mother Divine Child Flood, a retired nun, who helped a lot of young women come to Australia to study Nursing


Walking in memory of my godmother Chris, our family friend Barb and our dear friend Sally who passed in Feb 2021! Strong women all taken too soon!

Sharon & Von & Dennis the Dog

We’re walking for Alan Gray ; always missed. And also walking for friends who are currently dealing with Cancer, and those that are Survivors.


In memory of all those battling!


In memory of my brother Allan.

Trish Kennedy

For everyone that can’t be here anymore who we miss and will always honour

Kayleigh and Dad and family and friends

This is for all who fight and for all who have fought and lost and for all that have won there fights xx

Karen Burrell

We walk for all our Lost loved ones our daughter and mum and my husband who survived the fighters the carers and all family and friends.

Regs A

To all the survivors of cancer and still living with the side effects of successful treatments, keep going❤ We can do this!

Emily Frias

In memory of my Mother who passed away because of lung cancer.


I am doing this 28 km walk challenge for my colleague who did not survive last year from cancer.


A cancer free future and for my friends who have lost loved ones.

Julianne Tabora-Quinto

I’m taking on the 7 Bridges 28km Challenge for a cancer-free future

Maria B

I’m doing my walk in honor of my late parents and husband who died of cancer.

John Edward Pittard

I’m walking in honour of my Dad who lost his life to prostate cancer in 1991. So looking forward to Jesus second coming so we can be together in heaven Dad 💙 & with Mum Ronda Fay 💕 D/C 2005. Have missed you both so much & you Dad for over 30 years 💛🌻 Love always, Cheryl Pittard

Dijana Kuzet

Well done every one

Maria Maugeri

This one is for all who have endured & won tge battle. For those that are in the battle we are by your side. And for those that fought the good fight & are no longer with us your never forgotten or are you far from our thoughts & heart forever.

Melissa from Uncle Occy's Team

I'm walking to support my colleague, Renee, my sister in law, Steph and my many friends who's lives have been affected by cancer xx


I am walking 28kls so that more research can be done to help cancer sufferers can lead a pain free life😍 My darling husband died 40 years ago ❤️

Never give up

Arlen Junio

For a free cancer future and for those affected by cancer.


Miss you Mum- 35years!


I am walking 28kms for a cancer free future and for my sister who has just commenced her cancer journey. The hope is for recovery for her and all those in a similar situation. All dear and special friends and family who are no longer here are remembered with each km walked.

Seema Khan

Sending love and hope to everyone who may need it.

Sandra Strati

Stay strong! x

Heath Baum

Wishing all those with cancer a speedy recovery

Showing my love for my husband Bill as he comes through his treatment for oesophageal cancer. And for friends Tony and Susan and Michael who have each had their recent challenges with cancer.

Aye Reece

I’m walking for my friends and cousin this year. 🥰

Stephanie Brooks

I'm doing this walk for family and friends that have been impacted by cancer and survived and for those friends who have not!! I want cancer to never exist in my grand daughter's future!!

Bhavesh Bhandurge

Let’s beat it

Chharvy Kim

14kms #7bridges2021

Mike Bardill

My legs hurt 😂


For Phil and Tony

Bel Yates

To the Borg Family. For your strength and enduring love in the memory if your beloved Phil ♥.

The blister Sisters

The sisters are doin it for cancer council!!

Nilanka Tilbrook

Wishing you a cancer free future Marc. Lots of love , your wife

Mel Bateman

We are all walking for our loved ones who have been taken by cancer and for those who are currently fighting this horrible illness. So much love to anyone impacted by Cancer in any way! You are so strong!


Thinking of Alan who died with Oesophageal cancer in 2013 and Alan being treated for melanoma in 2021.

Lisa Hanson

In honour of my mum and my friends and neighbour.😘😘


I am doing this walk for all the people who have cancer, and remembering all who have left us, Rest In Peace xx

Pat Wear

In memory of those affected.

Victoria P

For Ana 💕

Darren Morrison

In-memory: Nan Mum Noel Olwyn Bernadette Jeynelle Sally Joan


Today is in Memory of Geofc Avis. Let's not forgot all the others though.. The survivors of this shite disease, and those that were needed in the next life way too early.

Kashyap Vasani

I am doing this in honour of my late father. He was a fighter and tried to win a war against the deadly Esophageal cancer. Regardless of our continuous support and help he couldn’t win the battle. I want to help contribute to this cause to help those who have chances For Dad… love Kash

Kristina Kapsa

I walk for those who can not walk with us anymore.

Lucky to be able to choose to take on a challenge and pick how and where! Found a bridge to mark half way.

Jess Fernandez

I love that the half way mark is called the village of hope, I am 14kms in and struggling. I will never be able to understand the fight that anyone with cancer has to go through. I am forever grateful to learn and am here to kick butt with you! You are all strong and amazing!

Myriam Valdivia

14km done today! For Dad, Miguel & Cynthia ❤️ Much dear ones ❤️ One day we’ll find the cure❤️


14 km down 14 to go especially for you mum - 2 years today but forever in my heart ❤️ ❤️❤️

Miss you my dad xx

Joe Pecora

For Francesca and Grazia


Take heart, take hope. I’m doing this for my son and all of you 🦋


With all the steps I take at work I thought I’d put them towards a great cause!

Just another excuse to get out…


My brother died from bowel cancer at age 57 and many of my friends have died from different cancers too. I am walking in memory of them .

Manju Rani

In memory of a family member touched by cancer at an early age. My way of support to cancer reserach.

Christine Matthes

Doing the 7 bridges to support my community & to give cancer a kick in the butt.

Renee Traynor

For my big bro, Bry! Xx

Andrea ortega

Yesterday I walked 22 kms to prepare for nexts week challenge

Daddy I miss you every day xxxxxx


I am walking in support of Ross, Karen, Marie, Ian, Mike, and everyone that has been affected by cancer. I am in awe of the support that I have received and look forward to a future where we #beatcancer!

Gail Hargreaves

I am walking 🚶‍♂️ in Rembrance of my brother Peter Duncan who passed away too young from bowel cancer and for my friend Mandy who suffered with pancreatic cancer

Andrea del Carmen Jaimes Ortega

I came to Australia 22 years ago and all my family is overseas. My mum outlined from an early age that voluntering in the community increases the sense of achievement and thanks to her i am the woman that i am today. I have not seen my family for a while, but the people that i meet in my walks inspire me to continue my journey.


I’m walking in honour of my husband, who died of melanoma cancer on the 10th August this year and my father, who died of gastro-intestinal cancer in October last year. I love them and miss them so much.

Kyle-Anne hawkins

I am walking for myself as a ovarian cancer patient diagnosed in September 2020 and also for the memory of my nana who passed last week also from ovarian cancer after fighting for 14 months

Alicja Wnuk

I'll be walking 28km to support cancer research and support help for all cancer patients. Few weeks ago, withing 24 hours, I've received two devastating news about my two dear friends. Both of them were diagnosed with cancer. I can't do much, can't even visit them, due to the lockdowns, border closure, etc. Therefore I'll be joining the walk. It's for you two, my dear friends !!!


On my second year, I'm walking this year in memory of my mum and friends little Aaron and his auntie Carla now in heaven and also walking for survivors like my husband and friends I'm lucky to have with me on earth.

Maria Bamba

I am walking in honour of my parents and my husband who passed away due to Cancer.

Shirley Harris

Walking for everyone battling cancer, for those who have lost their battle and in particular in memory of Jonathan Pinshaw who lost his long fought battle in May this year.

Janeen Roberts and Bridgett Woods

We are walking for everyone who has lost their lives to cancer and for all of those battling this disease.

Suzie Lowe

For everyone who is battling with cancer and for all those that are near and dear to them.

Robyn Trigg

I am walking in honour of my Mum, Shirley Trigg who passed away last year after being struck down by cancer a second time. We were lucky that she survived for about 20 years cancer free after the first strike. I also have numerous friends and family who have suffered the pain of cancer in its many forms and it’s various fierce treatment regimes. 🚀💖

After a stroke I'm in a wheelchair and I want to give back to the people who have been working with me on the journey of a lifetime it's been unreal I ever new pain like this in my lifetime both phisocle and mental you can do it my phiso said just sick it up sunshine get it done

Recently received news that a former colleague, who has been battling cancer for the past three or more years, has lost the battle. A sad loss to his family, friends and community.


You've got this.

Ray Saville

Im walking in Honour of my Dad who lost his battle with cancer in 2016 , My sister who continues to Fight this Horrible Disease and for anyone else living with cancer .

Leith Lawless

Walking for my Husband and my dad

Ha Hoang

Tưởng nhớ anh Hùng - nhớ anh!


In honour of anyone who has or is battling with cancer!!!


Thinking of you AJ. Miss you heaps.

Georgie and Samantha Orchard

Walking for Dad and Nanna and me


My mum lost her battle against cancer so I hope no ever loses his battle again and they can find a cure ❤


Missing you Joanne. Wish you were still here with us.


I'm walking in memory of my Mum who I lost 19 years ago and also my Grandmother who I lost 1 month ago. Mum and Grandma had breast cancer . They fought as much as they could but it was too much. I hope research can help to find less invasive treatments.


Because of you I don't give up! Although you are not longer with us, we know you are looking for down on us from above. For you with all my love.

James Wood

Doing this for you Dad!! We all love you!!🙌🏼💗


Have had friends and colleagues go through breast cancer and I have had a scare as well so doing it support them.

You live on in our hearts Mami, we miss you. Cancer took you away, but it can never take away the love and joy you left behind.

I am taking the 28km 7 Bridges Walk to contribute to a cancer free community.

Wendy Jeffree

Walking for my lovely mother in law ❤️

Brooke Kelly

For you dad ❤️

Renu Parekh

To help cancer people recover and enjoy life like we do.

Julie opalniuk

To my aunty, positive thinking had you fighting til the end rip beautiful xx

Stacie Hunt

I dream that one day that cancer is a thing of the past. - That my kids will never to worry about cancer. If me walking 28kms can help raise funds, to make my dream a reality - it will all be worth it.


In remembrace of our loved ones who died of cancer Sarote, Sagaitu, Vika, Vicky, Martha, and Susana


For you Dad, your Dad & all the other beautiful people!

Angela W

Come on Tracey! Kick butts like only you can do it!!! Xoxo KEEP SWIMMING!! :)))

Hi my love This is for you , I want so much to be with you and to see your smiles as you live your life one day at a time.


Kick butt Mrs Hamo! Dedication getting amongst the wind and rain... You've done the uphill, now the easy part

Tracey Hamilton

I’m doing the walk in support of all the amazing beautiful humans I love who have experienced or supported others through Cancer. 😘 And this quote, for a gorgeous soul who continues to march on. Love you Meags x

Kylie Elsley

Keep fighting. Hopefully one day in the near future there will be a cure.


Not the easiest conditions, but delighted to have completed the 7bridges challenge! 😁 Walking for Judy, Trudy, Alan and everyone else affected by Cancer.

Anjana Raj

I am taking the 28km challenge to contribute towards a cancer free community

Pat and Garry

We’re happy to make $304.90 and finished 7 bridges!!

For all people suffering cancer to hope for better treatments

Diana Delaney

I'm walking in memory of my mum who I lost 9 months ago. Mum had breast cancer 10 years ago having and 15 months ago she was diagnosed with mouth cancer . After a very long and invasive surgery she had radio.and chemo again. She fought as much as she could but this time was too much for her poor body. Research is very important for early detection and less invasive treatments easier on the bodies.

Devina Singh

I am so happy and excited to be part of this

Arlen Junio

To be more active & healthy And for a cancer free future.


I am walking for every family going through the tough time because of cancer. In hope, of a better future.


Doing this for my dad 💖💪


Let’s hope for a cancer feee world!

It’s a tough day out in the wind & rain. This walk is for everyone living with cancer. My walk is nowhere as tough as your journey now. Much love and hope 💕

Joanne Gentle

In honour of my dad , you thought a good fight , there's not a day that goes by that im not thinking about you... Love ya Lots xo

Fatih Baykara

Stay strong...

In honour of my little sister. You are safe in my heart

Glenn Shipard

I love you mum and dad.

Rebecca McKenzie

I'm walking for my little cousin Aleesha and my Aunty Yvonne who have kicked cancers butt!


In honour for my dad and to help be part of creating a future thats cancer free

Leanne & Frank Kiem

Stay strong

Canobolas crew

One step at a time, we walk with you. Xx


Always for my Yunny. Missing you everyday 😇


We’re walking for Jessica’s Mum xox


For our darling kazzi!

Darren Morrison

walking for... Mum, Noel, Olwyn, Bernadette, Jeynelle, Sally, Joan, Nan. 14km down- 14km to go!


I’m walking in honour of My Mother ❤️

Leif Spicer

I walk to support family and friends suffering from the effects of cancer, whether direct or indirect.

Wendy Farenden

Bucket list for Tony

Leanne Denby

I’m walking for my aunt who was taken by cancer 15 years ago. I have an endless supply of hope that a cure will be found.

Alison Meares

Today I walk in honour of my father who lost his battle many years ago, aged 42

Devina Singh

I am so happy and excited to be part of it 💛💛💛💛

Kate Dean

In honour of my big brother Nick - much loved by many and never forgotten

Geoffrey Lowe

I guess I’m doing this because supporting cancer research is a good thing. It’s raining a bit but not very heavy. A lovely day for a walk.


Halfway mark . Raining some

Bernadette & Andrew Mackinnon

If there was more we could do we would! Thinking of everyone battling and everyone supporting their loved ones. We can do this!

Lyn Tran

I am taking up this 28km walk challenge for the 11th time this year hoping to raise much needed fund for the Cancer Council. I am also doing this walk in honour of my beloved brother Ken Tran who has lost his battle to cancer 6 years ago 😢. “Rest in peace my dearest brother...miss you terribly.

Cagla Sarikaya

I am walking today in honour of Melek Soyhan, Kerem Dalci and others who are challenging with cancer.

Bernice Koh

We are walking for a cancer free future. Walking for my mum and loved ones affected by Cancer. Xoxo

Maranatha Billyjean Voorwinden

First time for anything like this. I have only known 1 person in my family who passed of cancer, aunt Naomi and my son in love's mother, Caron, my granddaughters other Nan who she never could meet in person. This walk is for them 2

Missing Anne, Catherine, Annalissa, Mary

Chris G

Miss you sis’ - every day. Taken way way too soon🥰🥰

Kylie Brennan

Kazzie Your light, your legacy and your love lives on always in everything I do xx Until we can hug again Love Kylie

Corinne Fuller

I have survived so far and I say Thank you. I hope more people everyday will survive Cancer thanks to the medical research and the money we are raising to find a cure.

Tereza and Ewan Berkemeier

To Jonathan Keil, Jonathan we want to honour you and your every day, your family, your wife and all that you are. You have put up such a massive fight! Keep pressing in dear Jonathan believing for full recovery and no return. Tereza and Ewan Berkemeier



Christine Walker

Walking for my long dear friend Bill McQuillan who passed away early September. May you Rest In Peace.


Im walking in memory of my Beloved Husband Mario. Cancer took you away from us in February 2020 We miss you every day and love you forever. ❤️

Joe Pecora

For my two favourite women who were both taken from me.

Agnes Barnes

This is my 1st time doing the 7 bridges walk, means so much to me to participate. Walking for myself In 2015 I was diagnosed with Breast Cancer never thought I would get through this tough time in my life. I stayed positive throughout. and now 5 years on I'm cancer free. Excited and look forward taking part in this challenge and wishing everyone a great walk on Sunday on your virtual walk.


Walking for my pop xxx Love you always and miss you xx

Stephen and Bel

Walking for Pam in 2020 xxx What a trooper she is after a tough year


To memorize of my best boss and hope he will have a healthy and happy future

Thaya Shekhar

I am walking this Sunday for my beautiful mom. I love you and I miss you so very much.

Devina Singh

I am so happy and excited to be part of it 💛💛💛💛

Myriam Valdivia

Walking for my beautiful father, my niece Cynthia and my courageous nephew Miguel who is waiting for a miraculous cure for small cell lung cancer

Megha singh

I’m so happy and excited to be a part of it .

Janeen Cole

In 1997, Cancer made me live a life without a mother. I am walking 28km this Sunday in honour of my Mother, Dale Patricia Nielsen and in the hope of a cancer free future for us all.

In honour for Aiyana one of my bestfriends who lost her battle at 15. I love you and miss you so much

Dad - Ron Lamplough

Inspired everyday by the strength you showed when life got tough. Miss you 😘


I have taken a challenge of completing the 7 bridges walk in the memory of my Father who fought like a soldier but couldn’t survive Esophageal Cancer. He was a man of honour, a fighter and a wonderful human being. For a long time he had played a role of both Mum and Dad for me and my Siblings. I hope my contribution helps those who are Struggling to get support to fight Cancer.

David Naylor

This is our 4th Year walking together has Team Sheree and will be trekking proudly in memory of our beautiful Daughter and Friend.

Dennis & Sue Rae

Belinda and Stephen

Walking for my grandfather Len who sadly lost his life to lung cancer; and for Pam who is bravely fighting this horrific disease

Bel and Stephen

Walking for my grandfather Len who sadly lost his life to lung cancer; and for Pam who is showing her bravely fighting this horrific disease

Mandy Ellem

To my wonderful dad who fought cancer for 4 years and sadly lost the battle. You are always in our thoughts. Xx

Jagadish Rani

I am participating in the event in memory of my beloved father who passed away with suspected cancer ( he was too weak for a treatment... ),hope we can find a treatment with the advancement of technologies in near future.


Forever Together Team done our first walk for a Cancer Free Future.../11kms🚶‍♀️ In memory of our loved ones who fought and lost the battle 💛


Walking for my lovely cousin Liz, who lost her battle with cancer far too young.

Katrin Forrest

I'm walking for Nicki and my Dad!

Christine Walker

I’m walking in honour of my beautiful friend Fred Pjanic who passed away this February, My gorgeous friend Rose Scuglia who also had cancer and my beautiful workmate Adrian Vella who is in the clear now! 💕🙏

Dad and pop, you are sadly missed but well remembered.

Q D Lieng

Walking for my brother Q B Lieng who forever is in our hearts

Betty Downes

I’m doing the walk for my Husband Michael and my Nephew Adam Rose.

Betty Downes

I am doing the walk for my Husband Michael Downes and my Nephew Adam Rose.



Lucy Cullimore

I’m doing this for you, dad. Cancer took us from you in January this year, way too young. We have done this walk together in the past, and you had such a love of walking that you instilled in me. I miss you everyday but will know you’ll be walking right beside me everyday of my life.

Kristie-Anne Andrade

My beautiful mother Julie-Anne Whitton has terminal brain cancer and battles with it everyday she is one of the strongest woman I know. It had been 2 years since being diagnosed with it and she is still going strong. Love her ♥️

Christian Toesch

I am taking the 28km walk to get closer to my dream which is a cancer free future. I am walking in honor of Todd Banks my partner of 11.5 years he passed away due to stomach cancer in 2011,Emily my friend which passed away last year due to brain cancer,my Dad which is currently fighting prostate cancer and also my friend hans which had prostate cancer but is in remission thank God.

To everyone who is on their cancer journey this is for you. Today you are being thought of with hope, prayers and hugs. Every step we take today it is for you. So keep travelling through your journey and we will keep stepping for you. Much love and support.

Glenn Haste

Recovering from a chronic illness is debilitating for those of us who get the chance. Others among us are not so lucky. I’m walking for all of us who are in recovery or taking steps toward recovery and need a hand. You don’t need to be recovering from cancer to support cancer victims and vice versa.

Eleanor Keil

I’m walking in honour of my gorgeous husband Jonathan who is still fighting the fight ❤️ God bless everyone who has been affected by this awful disease.

Finley Wright Curnow

Greatly loved, deeply missed.

Theresa Barbaro

Walking for my beautiful nephew Charlie. Every day is a day we no longer have your smile, your wisdom, your kindness, your strength, your love, your compassion, your integrety, your friendship and most of all your presence. ❤

Brittany Wilson

Walking for Waynos.. My beautiful Dad did so much good in the world and I’m walking in his honour but also for all our loved ones past and present who have battled this disease. Wayne Knight you Legend your presence has been dearly missed for 8years.. ❤️🌻

GRACIOUS Green Grace

So many of my /our family, friends, friends of friends,acquiantances we know that died of cancer, what they and their family have been thru is incomprehensible, my parents carers daughter who is 8 yo , still undergoing treatment...Sandra IS a fighter, always happy and smilin, never complains, mom thought she was okay and stopped getting treatment, now we are back square one...In Christ We Trust


Remembering Andy who had lung cancer and left this year and Henry from brain cancer who left us last year. Together we can overcome cancer.

Iva Pavlovic

Im Walking on behalf of my beautiful best-friend who lost her battle to cancer last year. Miss you more everyday xx

Tracy Browne

I am doing for my parents who I lost through cancer. I hope that one day we will find a cure for this multi billion disease. My 18th birthday with parents those where the days.


For my sister 😘 💜💜💜

Chris Hall

I have been a CC volunteer at Nepean Hospital for over eight years now. This walk is a great way to support CC in a different way. I use a self powered wheelchair and I can attach a smart drive but the power only lasts about 20ks. I will need a push up some of the hills. Hope that will happen automatically by other walkers.

Tanya Smith

My walk is in honour of my husband Steve who lost his battle with cancer last year. Also for my mum and dad who lost their battle with cancer along with my good friend Rhonda. I also want to offer hope of a cure to a few of my close friends who are currently in the midst of the biggest battle of their lives right now xxx

Karen Austin

I am walking for my beautiful friend Maxine who is currently fighting this enemy like Queen Boudicca!🗡🛡 & our dear family friend Jonathan, who too has just discovered his battle is not over with this Monster!! 🥊. I am also walking for my Dad Brian, Mother-in-law Lyn, Aunty Joan, Aunty Kaye, cousin Stuart , & friends Moira, David , Yee Yee, Steve Aquilina, & our dog Tiger ❤️💛❤️💛

Ana Paula

I am walking for my father who recently discovered that he has cancer and will have a surgery soon. And for so many loved ones who passed away.


I'm walking for my mum who we lost 6 years ago. Only now feel ready to do something positive in her memory. She would have loved this walk.

Linda Brook

For my husband Rod , love and miss you.😘😘

Linda Brook

For my husband Rod , love and miss you.😘😘

For Mum and Dad...both now no longer here but still close by XX

Helen Bailey

My amazing dad, I miss you everyday xx


Matt.. you're an inspiration

Christine Guilhem

I miss you everyday c’est pas possible but thank you for being unconditional and giving us all memories & lessons 🌷 bisous jw org je t’aime

For Carmen and Janet

Hanna Pramuktie

My brother Adi who is still fighting with cancer for more than 15 years. Keep the faith bro..!!


My beautiful friend Helen, we miss you

My brother Antonio Secundino Barroco who passed away this year. He fought for about 24 years of the disease. Also, I am walking for my lovely wife Maria Manuela Barroco who was diagnosed with breast cancer 8 years ago. Now she is cleared of the terrible disease. I am walking to raise funds and awareness for the disease.

Cathie Graham

I am walking for my dear mum who lost her battle with ovarian cancer.i miss you everyday mum!

Anne Ottosson

Today I walk for all those who are fighting against cancer. So many, far too many. I believe in science and that one day there will be a cure ♥️

Aunty Maria

inspiring, loving, brave, selfless

Silvia McNulty

This year to mark 15 years since I have been able to hear my Mums beautiful laughter, Craig McNulty and I will be participating in the Seven Bridges Walk. If it wasn't for this dreadful disease we would still have her by our side. Our family would not have lost a very generous, loving full of life, Mother/Abuelita and friend at such a young age - 57. Miss you everyday

Christine Walker

Fred Pjanic who is fighting cancer and Adrian Vella who is cancer free now. My beautiful daughter in-law's amazing, beautiful mum who has passed.

Kirsty Rutter

I'm walking in honour of my mum, who died in 2013 of cancer. She was an amazing woman who is still much loved and missed by many.


Walking for my gorgeous wife who fought the fight and stayed positive all the way and inspired us all.


guess what? loves ya ❤️❤️❤️❤️


I’m walking for everyone who is on their cancer journey. Stay strong beautiful people.


In loving memory of Dad,Aunty Gai and Lizzie and in support of friends and family who have had or who are currently dealing with cancer! xxxx

Chris kelleher

I’m walking in honour of my beautiful mother and mother in-law who have left such an incredible legacy. Both struck down with the most horrible cancer.

Mum and Sis. I love and miss you both

Bridget Hall

I am walking 28km in honour of my best friend Shelleigh who sadly passed away last month after over a ten year battle with uterine cancer. She loved doing marathons, fun runs and any kind of walk for a cause so I know she will be there walking with me!

Olga Marotta

In honour of my beautiful daughter Anna and my friend Cooch

Kerry Hartcher

I’m proud to be walking for cancer. It’s the least I could do. Thoughts are with all those who have lost loved ones to cancer.

mm+ j architects

Remembering Bianca Jackson

Michele Taylor and Colleen Mayne

We are walking this year to celebrate the life lived by our cousin Christine. She was such an inspiration in the way she dealt with her Cancer. Chris wanted us all to celebrate and laugh at the good memories we shared. She is very much missed by Colleen, myself and all who had the pleasure of knowing her

Brenda Mitchell

I wish I could walk just one more step with you Miss you Mum, every day Evelyn Kinloch Mitchell 25/1/33 - 16/12/09

Anna Tris

Hey Anna Banana, this walk is for you. This walk is for all the Survivors, the Fighters, and to our friends that have been chosen to leave this life early, for eternal life.

Rodney Jensen

In honour of my late wife Joanne Winstanley 5/9/53 to 9/3/2018 who passed after a brave battle with cancer. I know she would have strongly supported cancer research.

Rodney Jensen

In memory of my loving wife Joanne Constable 5/9/53 to 9/3/18 who lost the battle with cancer in March last year and would strongly support our efforts to contribute to cancer resesearch.

Deidre Burbury

I am walking in honour of my best friend - my mum - who passed away from bowel cancer almost 2 years ago. I miss her every day.

Christina Simpson

In memory of Michael David Eldred 1967 - 2018 with much love (pancreatic cancer)

Peter Catsourakis

Walking to honor the memory of my Aunty Georgia

Ian Saines

Debbie Casey

In honour of Brian Bache

Today marks exactly 3 months since we lost you Dad - though we know that you're never really lost to us. We feel you with us each and every heartbreaking day, and today we walk in honour of your memory, your fight and most of all, in honour of your life. We love you Dad - Zoie, Lincoln & your princess Maria xx


In honour of my Dad, Gunter Riechers, who showed immense strength & courage during his battle with cancer. Rest in peace Dad xxx

Shelly O'Sullivan

Although today I'll walk just 28km, I would happily walk 500 more for my incredibly beautiful dad, JOHN O'CONNOR . Just three months of heartbreak without you dad feels like a hazy eternity. Please walk alongside me today dad and know just how cherished and loved you continue to be to all of us . XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOXOX

Silvana & Raaya

In honour of our Baba


I'm the lucky beneficiary of past research into breast cancer which has resulted in me having access to a life extending treatment that works for a proportion of Stage 4 breast cancer sufferers. I hope the money I raise will go towards research resulting in even better outcomes for all women with this disease.

Tracy O'

I'm walking in honour of my sister Kazzie, we miss you Everyday ❤️

Ngaire Callaghan

In memory of our Grand boy, Blake's Pop, Garry who passed away 2 May 2019.

I'm walking for all those with cancer so that we can find a cure

Walking to raise money for the cancer council

Anna Townsend

In honour of so many loved ones that have lost their battle ...here’s to a ‘Cancer free future’ Mamma Giuseppina Sullo (2008), Papa Giuseppe Sullo (2019), Dad Arthur Townsend (2010), Nadia Sama (2019) Ella Tuckey (2019) plus many more family and friends 💛

Darling Anna Barr

You are an inspiration to us all

Rod Silber

I am walking in honour of my good friend Jeff Miller who passed away earlier this year

Melisa Irmako

I miss you grandpa! I love you and I will see you one day!

Vicki Shirlaw

For my family and friends who have suffered from cancer. and to those who support them on their journey. Some have survived but others have lost the battle. I walk in honour of them - their strength, resilience and bravery.

Ružica,Rada,Ljubica and my members of family who died of cancer, and for all cancer survivors

You are always in my thoughts and heart, and one day there will be no pain and sorrow but survival and cure.


The older I get, the more people I know who have their lives touched by cancer, either directly or indirectly. I’m walking 28km for everyone I know who is fighting their battle with cancer now, for everyone I know who’s supporting someone in their battle, and for everyone I know who’s lost someone special to them because of cancer. 💛

Chris. You shaped the person I am today. 20 years & I still miss you.

Rhonda and Harvey Stennett

Walking in memory of our son-in-law Trent who died in July 2010 aged 32 of bowel cancer. He left behind a wife (our daughter), a 5 year old daughter and 3 year old twin sons. We miss him every single day.


In memory of my beautiful husband Chris who died 4 years ago and is dearly missed every day.

Brenda Mitchell

In honour of my Mum. It will be 10years at Christmastime. Miss you every day xxx

James family

I am walking in memory of my brother Thomas who passed away on 14th march this year. Miss u dear brother

Bob Gregory

I’m walking for our mum grandma and great grandma Who sadly passed away on the 23/ 9 / 2019 It’s just so hard with out not seeing you Our Love forever

Julie Mansfield

In memory of my great friends Alison and Liz - still sadly missed to this day.

Michelle Edgeley

I’m walking in honour of my mum who got Hodgens lymphoma 4 years ago my mum is an inspiration she is in remission and just turned 79

Elizabeth Da Rosa

I am walking in Honour Of My Uncle Jack... Who passed away on Wednesday 22-03-17 at 67 years old from Bowel Cancer... In Memory of those who have been affected in the past... To those affected in the present and to those affected in the future... I am walking and fighting for A CANCER FREE FUTURE... 💛


My family and I will be walking in honour of my sweet, beautiful Mum. She passed away last July 2018 and I miss her every day...

Julie-Anne Whitfield

I am walking for my big brother, taken too soon, suffered too much, and someone I miss everyday!!!

Karen Austin

I am walking on behalf of so many family members & friends 💔 my dad Brian, Mother-in-law Lyn, Aunty Joan, Aunty Kaye, Nana Eileen, friends Moira, Diane, YeeYee & David , Cousin Stuart, & even our Dog Tiger But also celebrating my best friend Maxine who has just finished treatment for bowel cancer...& awaiting the final all clear 🙏.

Deborah and Shaun Rainford

Looking forward to walking 7 Bridges again this year. We’re walking in honour of my dad, Derek, who died 3 years ago from cancer of an unknown primary.

Sandra Williams

Doing the 7 Bridge walk I think will be a challenge , but nothing compared to the challenges people who are, or have battled cancer,and how it affects their families and friends as well .Looking forward to a fun day, seeing all the beautiful sights our city has to offer, while helping raise funds .

Vicki Bell

I'm walking in memory of all those I know who have lost their battles with cancer or who are bravely fighting it today

Corina Lynch - Team Walkin' for Rachel

My husband's sister passed away in July so we have a team to walk for Rachel. Rachel faught her cancer for 3.5 years and was a positive person until the day she died. We have hope that one day, no family or friend will have to say 'see you later' to their loved one.

Katie kagaras

It’s been 30 years in remission cancer free 🙏💯

Kerry Hartcher

I’ve lost many people to cancer, both young and old. So many beautiful souls taken way too soon. They don’t deserve that life, life is precious and if I can do just a little bit to help find a cure for cancer I make this my pledge to do so x


For my Mum, who's bravery as she battles melanoma is inspirational. It's a battle she will eventually lose, but she keeps a positive attitude every day and continues to support us in our lives regardless of her challenges. We all love you xx

Rifhat Jangir

In honour of my amazing father who passed away 4weeks ago from a very rare cancer we didn’t even know he had. I promise dad to continue all the great charity work you did and helped all the people you did in your lifetime

Lisa whetham

For my dad, my nana, my uncles and many more family and friends we have lost to this awful disease x

Matt Starr

Early detection is the key! #GetChecked#ProstateCancer

Scott Dilley



I am walking in honour of my beautiful daughter Rachel who lost her battle with neuroendocrine cancer in July this year at just 41 years of age.

Ngaire Callaghan

“No one has ever become poor by giving.” – Anne Frank, diary of Anne Frank

A walk dedicated to my mum, passed away 4 years ago from pancreatic cancer. She never complained and was much loved especially by her 9 grandchildren who loved her hugs kisses and special treats whenever they came to visit


Walking for everyone who has been affected

Kazzy Hall

Walking in support of all who have been affected by this terrible disease

Alicia Fernandes

Walking for Mr S-your strength is inspiring!

Alicia Fernandes

Walking for Mrs S

Lu lu

In Memory of all Cancer Victims

Sue swan

Maureen And myself are doing the Bridges walk for our 7 th time love the views and the challenge to finish

Sue swan

We myself she and Maureen have done this walk 6 times and this year will be our 7 th walk so we have raised $700. For this walk and we just love the views and the challenges to finish.


To my dear friends to fight this battle.

Mickey & Dianna

Waking for a Cancer free future


Walking for Lou


Dad, you gave me hope every day. Lost you too early. I will be doing this walk for you. I will walk strong with Family and Friends around me.

Diana M

For a cancer free future :-)


To support everyone who battles, to celebrate everyone who won and to remember those who did not


For the challenge!

Vicky F

For a future free of cancer!!!

Lucy B

My Aunty Sarah