Course Information

The 2019 MS Moonlight Walk starts from Davies Park, West End and follows a 3km, 5km or 10km walk around the Brisbane River, before returning to the finish line at Davies Park. These courses are designed to be relaxing and safe, encouraging people of all ages and fitness levels to take part, whilst enjoying the novelty of a night-time sky! All three courses will be sign posted and there will be event marshals on major corners.


3KM Walk (click for more)

This course is wheelchair friendly and on departing Davies Park, follows the River along Riverside Drive, under the Go Between Bridge and into Kurilpa Point Park, the turn around point and location for the first refreshment stations for all courses. From here, participants will return via the same route to Davies Park and the finish line.

5km Walk (click for more)

This course is wheelchair friendly and starts at Davies Park, following the Brisbane River along Riverside Drive into Kurilpa Point Park. From here you will continue following the river, in front of the Gallery of Modern Art, The State Library and Queensland Museum and Science Centre into the heart of Southbank, where you will loop through along the Arbour and back along the river, returning via the same route to Davies Park. There is a refreshment station in Kurilpa Point Park you will pass through twice.

10km Walk (click for more)

Wander along the Brisbane River, looping through Kurilpa Park, over the Go Between Bridge and along the northern side of the Brisbane River towards the Botanic Gardens.

Witness the illuminated Story Bridge as you pass through the Gardens, circling back to cross the river over the Goodwill Bridge heading back through Southbank. Meander along the Riverside back to Kurilpa Park past the Brisbane Wheel , returning to Davies Park in West End.

There are two refreshment stations you pass by twice, one at Kurilpa Point and one at the Goodwill Bridge, near the Botanic Gardens.


Toilets (including wheelchair accessible) will be available at Davies Park

There are also public toilets along the course, these are located at:

3km course

  • Kurilpa Point Park – including wheelchair accessible ones

5km course

  • Kurilpa Point Park – including wheelchair accessible ones
  • Southbank Parklands – including wheelchair accessible ones

10km course

  • Kurilpa Point Park  – including wheelchair accessible ones
  • Botanic Gardens
  • Southbank Parklands  – including wheelchair accessible ones

What does my entry fee cover?

  •  Official MS Moonlight Walk lantern
  •  Mapped out course with safety officers and course marshals
  •  Toilets and refreshment stations with water, food and first aid
  •  Live entertainment and food stalls
  •  Dedicated volunteers who can assist you on the day
  • A fun and exciting evening  – a night you won’t forget!

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