Walking with Cancer Voices

Walking is great exercise for the body and mind. Participants get to talk to each other about anything and everything, including their cancer challenges if they wish to share them with a small friendly group.

Cancer Voices usually leads two walking groups each week. 

Tuesday morning – Belair National Park,
Friday lunchtime – Walk/n/Talk with Researchers, Adelaide city, River Torrens
What to wear?  comfortable walking shoes, sunglasses/ sunhat/ sunscreen, casual/comfortable attire.

**Register to join the online group(s) for notification of any changes, weather cancellations etc.

Morning walks in Belair

Our tuesday morning walks are in Belair National Park. 
We start at 9:30am each tuesday in the public carpark accessed via the caravan park entrance 100m south of the main Park entrance on Upper Sturt Rd. We meet by the side entrance gate to the Belair National Park.
We walk for about 1 hour.
We often have coffee at a nearby cafe afterwards.
See photos here.

Chris’s Walk is a new feature, whereby once per month a researcher from Flinders Cancer Research Centre will join our tuesday walk. This walk commemorates Chris Christensen, who founded the Belair walking group, was Chair of Cancer Voices SA from 2017 till her death in Oct 2020, and was an active contributor to Flinders Cancer Centre research.
See photos here.

Register to Join Cancer Voices SA for more details, available on our Belair walking group page.

Walk/n/Talk with researchers in the CBD

We walk with cancer researchers along the River Torrens at lunchtime most fridays, 12.30pm starting from SAHMRI. 
The walk is about 1 hour.
We meet up with East End researchers at about 12.50pm at the Adelaide Uni Footbridge/ traffic lights.  The walk loops back via the north bank of the river then onwards to SAHMRI.
Register/ Join Cancer Voices SA for more details, available on our CBD walking group page.

Contact info@cancervoicessa.org.au for more information, or join online.

If you haven’t registered with us before, then you can do so here:-