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Take up the Challenge

Get ready for adventure! The Operation Flinders Challenge is set for the 10th & 11th October 2015 and it's your chance to have fun, get fit and support a great cause. All funds raised from this event will solely support the Operation Flinders Foundation, helping transform the lives of young people "at risk".

Choose your distance

Designed as an endurance event, the Operation Flinders Challenge gives you the choice of 18, 34, 50 or 100km distances to tackle in teams of two, three or four. The event also provides you with the opportunity to complete the trail as an individual for the 18km & 34km distances, or put together a team of friends or work colleagues to complete the 100km relay!

The Corporate Relay provides a unique opportunity for organisations to enhance leadership and comradery amongst all staff members. It is also an innovative way for the organisation not only to give back to those in need but to enhance their corporate reputation and relations within the wider community. It’s not every day that you can achieve something of this scale, whilst raising funds for a great cause.

Corporate relay teams may have up to 24 team members; each of the six relay legs must consist of a minimum two and a maximum of 4 members. Team members may participate in multiple legs if they wish, however this must not follow the previous leg.

 Each leg ranges from 14km to 21km in distance.


Where it all happens

Starting at 7.00am at the Adelaide University Sportsgrounds in the heart of Adelaide, you'll walk or run through the stunning Adelaide Hills and Mt Lofty Ranges, taking in some of Adelaide’s most scenic walking trails (including the legendary Heysen & Yurrebilla). The 100km participants will finish in Kuitpo Forest south east of Adelaide.

Get Involved

So grab your friends, family or workmates and take up the challenge together. Push your limits and join the fun and join in on Adelaide’s premium adventure event.

As well as being a brilliant physical test and team endurance event, the real challenge is to raise much needed funds for the Operation Flinders Foundation.

When you register, you'll have the option of a sponsorship book and/or be able to build your own easy online fundraising page via Everyday Hero. Ask your family, friends and colleagues anywhere for a donation by emailing the web link. Each donation is recorded on your page along with messages of encouragement from your supporters.



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