Together we walk the steps our precious babies never took.

Please join us for a multi-modal event celebrating the memory of your beautiful babies.

Register online to gain access to an online service streamed via YouTube. You can watch this together as a family anytime between 10th and 18th October.

Then join with us on Sunday 18th October at 3pm to take the steps our babies didn’t have the opportunity to take.

We will be gathering at Neilson’s Park Bargara (under the trees near the skating rink – look out for the walk banner). Take a walk along the turtle trail either north or south or simply meander along the beach.

Upon registration to this event, you will also receive a Mindful Meander scavenger hunt card to download and do in your family groups whilst you walk, as well as details on how to have your babies' names added to the hospital memorial artwork if you choose.

Registrations are essential for the event to assist us to comply with COVID Safe Event protocols.

After the walk you might like to enjoy a picnic or BBQ as a family or simply enjoy the surroundings for the afternoon. Stay for an early dinner of fish and chips whilst watching the sun set. It's all up to you and how your family would like to honour your baby/child.
Simply BYO chairs, picnic etc.

In the event of inclement weather, we will not be gathering, however we invite you to take some time out as a family to walk at another time and to post your photos of the scavenger hunt, your baby's name or some significant symbol to our event page in their honour.

For personalised t-shirts and singlets, we partner with A Cut Above Byron who will sell shirts directly and make a donation per garment to Sands. Orders need to be received by 30th September at the latest to allow for postage time.

Our Walk to Remember events would not be possible without the support of our amazing volunteers and donors. If you can help on the day or would like to make a contribution, please let us know through the registration process or by contacting Ashleigh: [email protected] or 0412 420 976.

This event is free, but bookings are essential.

For more information about this event please contact: [email protected]