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    Flynn's Walk - Wagga Wagga 2024

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    Event description

    Join us for the first ever edition of Flynn's Walk in Wagga, starting in Apex Park, Lake Albert.

    We're walking and talking to support veterinary well-being - come for the walk, stay for the conversation.

    Veterinarians and other veterinary staff face many challenges in their line of work. We hope to build more compassion and understanding in the wider community and show support for the people who care for our pets. Flynn's Walk provides a platform for the veterinary field to come together to support each other in a relaxed setting.

    Our event is FREE to attend and open to all, not just members of the veterinary community - friends, family, young ones and dogs are all welcome!

    Join us at Lake Albert for a 5km loop community walk around the lake. We ask that all participants register to assist us with planning and catering for the day. We follow an accessible walking route that is flat, without any major changes in gradient and there are no steps.

    What can you expect on that day?

    Arrive from 9.30am, walk begins at 10.30am sharp (with short formalities before)

    • FREE coffee van before the walk from 9.30am thanks to Petbarn Foundation
    • FREE sausage sizzle (with vego + GF options) at the end of the walk
    • LOTS of parking available at Apex Park
    • If you'd like to support our cause, you can make a donation here

    We hope to see you there, thanks for your support!

    The Flynn's Walk team

    Flynn's Walk is an Australian registered Health Promotion Charity and a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR). All donations over $2 made to Flynn's Walk are tax deductible within Australia.

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    We acknowledge the Wiradjuri people who are the traditional custodians of the land of Wagga Wagga. We pay respect to the Elders past and present of the Wiradjuri Nation.


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