Lace up your hiking boots and join us for this seven day, 100km trek along the Great Ocean Road Walk.

Explore the diverse and inspiring landscapes of Victoria's rugged coast, and set yourself a challenge for fun, fitness and fundraising.

This iconic guided walk will see you start at Apollo Bay and lead you through lush national parks, and deserted beaches. It traverses breath-taking scenery replete with a rich history of shipwrecks and lighthouses, and abundant wildlife. Finish at one of Australia's greatest landmarks, the Twelve Apostles.

Click here for more information and to register.

Click on the Start Fundraising button to create your own online fundraising page. You can personlise your page with photos and updates on how your fundraising and training is coming along. Share the link on your Facebook, and with your friends, family and co-workers via email to raise money for your efforts.

The Diabetes Queensland's fundraising team is here to help. Please contact us on 1800 177 055 or at if you have any questions or are in need of advice.

Please note, creating a fundraising page does not automatically register you for the Great Ocean Road Walk. Please click on the above link to register your participation.

Diabetes Queensland

Thank you for being part of our Diabetes Queensland community.

Your support makes a positive difference to the lives of children and adults living with diabetes to help them live long, healthy lives.

Our community fundraisers help us support over 230,000 Queenslanders living with all types of diabetes. We provide services and education programs, undertake research, and advocate to Government on behalf of people living with diabetes, and we work in the community raising public awareness about diabetes and issues associated with this condition.

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Thank you for supporting the Great Ocean Road Walk. Your fundraising efforts will help support people living with diabetes to live a better life now and into the future.

“I really enjoyed the company of the others doing the trek, they were so friendly and funny and happy to welcome me into their groups. Good friendships have developed," Pauline - 2016 participant.

“The trek itself is nothing short of magic. One minute we were walking along the beautiful beach, then trekking through rainforest where we spotted wallabies and koalas,” Vanessa - 2015 participant.

“It was undoubtedly one of the hardest things I have ever done, but also by far one of the greatest. Today, I cannot be more thankful for the experience. It was unforgettable,” Cassie - 2015 participant.

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