On the day
When and where is the event?
Saturday 2nd May 2020 in Perth, Western Australia. More details regarding the route and start/finish will be provided.
Who can participate?
People of all ages can register and participate in the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer. Children under 12 years must be accompanied by an adult and must have parental or guardian approval. They will also need to raise the same amount.
What time does the event start?
The Walk starts with an Opening Ceremony at 6.45am.
What do I do with my bag/s on the day?
If you can, try to limit what you bring on the day. We provide water, snacks, lunch and electrolytes throughout the day, as well as suncream. There are also toilet stops and first aid throughout the course.
Belongings can be left at our ‘bag check’ on the morning in Event Village and can be picked up after you finish. Please do not leave valuables in your bags. We do our best to care for your belongings but we cannot accept responsibility for lost or damaged goods.
Should I bring water or food on event day?
We provide you with food at the start and finish line, as well as water stations every few kilometres along the route. Bring your own water bottle so that you can fill it up throughout the day.
We provide snacks such as chips, popcorn, fresh fruit, nuts and dried fruit, lollies, lunch (rolls, wraps, etc) along the course and there is food and drink to purchase at the finish line. However, if you have special foods or dietary requirements, you might want to bring those with you.
How much does it cost to register?
The flat registration fee is $50 per person. This does not go towards your fundraising total.
What is included in my registration?
Your registration fee includes your entry to the event, a fundraising and event guide, free training sessions, food, drinks and support on the entire course on event day.
How do I register?
It’s easy! Register and join the fight to defeat women’s cancer with the Perkins.
35km is a long way. Will I be able to walk that far?
The Walk is not a race. You are encouraged to take it at your own pace as people of all abilities fitness levels take part. We also have support vehicles along the way to pick you up and take you further along the course.
I’ve never walked that far. Should I train?
We encourage you to train for the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer, because it’s a tough distance – but you’re tougher. Why not boost your fitness! We also offer free training sessions with fellow walkers during the year.
How do I create a team?
When you’re registering, click ‘Create a Team’. Enter the team name and that’s it!
How can my friend/s join my team?
When you’ve created the team, tell your team members the name of the team so that they can search for it and join when they register.
How much do I have to raise to participate?
The fundraising minimum is $1,000 per person. You are expected to raise this amount before taking part on Saturday 2nd May 2020. If you are nervous about asking for support, you’re not alone! However, once you start fundraising you will be surprised by how much your friends, family and colleagues want to sponsor you in a cause you care about. Check out our fundraising resources here.
How do I make a donation?
Making a donation is simple! Click here to donate to a participant.
How do I login to the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer?
Once you have registered for the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer, an account is automatically created for you. If you registered yourself, you should have set up a password. If you were registered by someone else, you will have received an email with a link to create your own password.
If you can’t find that email, use the create account feature on the login page. If you were registered by someone else and they didn’t use your email, you will need to ask them to login to their page to help you edit your registration or fundraising information.
How do I volunteer for the event?
Being a volunteer is an important role on event day. Volunteers at the start, finish, pit stops, lunch and along the course keep the participants going with cheerful support all day long!
If you’d like to be a part of the Hawaiian Walk for Women’s Cancer please register here. The more the merrier, so get your friends and family involved!