MS Moonlight Walk

1500 people will descend on South Bank for people living with multiple sclerosis.

MS Moonlight Walk

More than 1500 people will descend on South Bank at dusk on Friday October 19 for a 10km moonlight walk around the city, hoping to raise $250,000 for people living with multiple sclerosis.

Now in its 14th year, the leisurely 5km and 10km walks are a favourite among families, corporate teams, students and community groups – and a few costumed characters. Brisbane’s MS Moonlight Walk is an annual event, starting from the Cultural Forecourt at South Bank Parklands.

“It’s a fantastic event because literally anyone can take part, from mums pushing prams to school kids.  It’s also inspiring to see so many people living with MS taking part,” MS Queensland Event Manager Julia Faul said.

Walkers take in the best of Brisbane’s river, including the illuminated Kangaroo Point Cliffs, Story Bridge and lush Botanic Gardens before crossing the Goodwill Bridge to reach the finish line.

And the fun doesn’t finish there; walkers will return to South Bank’s Cultural Forecourt for a celebration with live entertainment and prize draws.There is also a 5km ‘Mini Moonlight Walk’ for those wanting a shorter distance.

This year’s walk is expected to be the biggest yet and raise $250,000 to fund support services for people with MS and research projects to find a cure, so get involved today!

REGISTER today at www.moonlightwalk.com.au and receive a special fundraising page to start raising funds to help support people living with MS.

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