Friday 26 March, 2021
Davies Park, Jane Street, West End
3km, 5km or 10km
walk around the Brisbane River
from 4:30pm – 9:00pm
Brisbane’s annual riverside MS Moonlight Walk is back, and will see the Brisbane community get active and celebrate our great city once again!
For our second year running, we will celebrate together in style at Davies Park, West End (home of the West End Markets).
Choose between a leisurely and safe 3km, 5km or 10km – with both the 3km and 5km courses wheelchair accessible. Walkers on all courses will be supported by course marshals, volunteers and refreshment stations.
It’s a spectacular sight to witness the sea of lanterns as our 10km walkers stroll along the northern side of the Brisbane river, towards the Botanic Gardens. After circling the lush gardens, walkers make their way across the Goodwill Bridge and back along the southern side of the river and the Southbank Parklands to Kurilpa Point Park, on their return to Davies Park.
The MS Moonlight Walk is the perfect event to enjoy time with family and friends and take in the views of the Brisbane city at night.
This year we’ll also be introducing an option for those that wish to take to the streets to light up their own neighbourhood across Queensland. Participants can choose their own distance to walk on Friday 26 March, and light up their local area!
Whether you’re joining us to walk along the iconic Brisbane river, or you are lighting up your local area and choosing your own distance, each walker will receive their very own lantern to illuminate our belief that no one should face MS alone.
Spread the word and get your family, friends and colleagues on board to come together and show those living with MS they do not need to face it alone.
The MS Moonlight Walk – the Walk to Fight MS raises much needed funds to support the thousands of Queenslanders living with MS. Giving people living with MS access to support services including service coordination, physiotherapy, counselling and mindfulness. Helping them to stay mobile, feel more confident and live independently with their MS.