WHAT IS WALK FOR WAVES

To welcome change is to become Adaptive.

 

Walk for Waves is a coastal walk over a 12 day period to raise awareness and funding to develop Adaptive Surfing Globally and in Australia, Equipment for Adaptive surfers, and helping the Adaptive Surfers overcome their impairments achieve the goals they deserve of High Performance competition in critical conditions.

Among surfing being a vibrant and exciting element of modern, local,

national and international youth culture a new element of the sport is evolving. All over the Globe numerous resilient adaptive athletes missing limbs, their vision or full use of their arms and legs have solitarily frequented able bodied surfing competitions for years doing whatever it takes to hit the water and progress themselves through to the next level.

 

Adaptive surfing as a competitive sport and now global network has provided that much needed and desired platform for impaired athletes to compete and perform at a high level increasing integral mobility, strength, health, fitness, cognitive skills and the complete and overall wellbeing of the athletes progressing themselves as high performance athletes capable of competition at an elite level.

START LINE

FINISH LINE

WALK FOR WAVES 2019
When
03/07/2019 - 14/07/2019
Where
Red will start his journey at Newcastle Beach following the coastal footpaths, tracks and trailsalong the beaches and cliffs to Manly Beach in Sydney. The journey will start at approx 8am each day from the allocated date and starting point.

03/07/19 - Newcastle Beach to Redhead  
START LINE
04/07/19 - Redhead Beach to Blacksmiths 
 
05/07/19 - Blacksmiths Beach to Moonee 
 
06/07/19 - Moonee Beach to Budgewoi Beach
 
07/07/19 - Budgewoi to The Entrance North
08/07/19 - The Entrance North to Wamberal
09/07/19 - Wamberal Beach to McMasters
10/07/19 - McMasters Beach to Killcare Beach
11/07/19 - Killcare Beach to Palm Beach 
 
12/07/19 - Palm Beach to Bungan Beach
 
13/07/19 - Bungan Beach to Dee Why Beach
 
14/07/19 - Dee Why Beach to Manly Beach
FINISH LINE