CancerVoices SA runs a number of events for consumers across the state. Events include both social, informative as well as relevant training.

Here you will find a list of current or upcoming events, or click here to see details, video recordings etc of Past Events.


Sunday morning cycling (8am) or just come for a chat over coffee (10.15am)

Cancer Voices cyclists ride almost every Sunday morning, generally riding for about 2hrs into the Adelaide Hills.  We return for coffee at Taylor Blend cafe.  Join us for a ride and/or meet us over coffee!

To ride: We leave from St Peters Girls School carpark, off Hallett Rd, Stonyfell,  soon after 8am on Sunday mornings.  We take a different route each week.  Order a jersey ($35) and check out more details at   For more info:  [email protected]  

Coffee:  Taylor Blend, 1/34 Hallett Rd, Stonyfell.  Cyclist get back for coffee around 10.15am.  Meet us there!


'Cancer issues' email group ... and coming soon ... our Teleconference Discussion Group!  (in July 2014)

If you want to know more about 'cancer issues' for advocacy,  join in on our email group - and coming soon, our Teleconference Discussion Group.  Contact [email protected] 

'Make a difference'
Consumer Advocacy Training 
Cancer Voices SA, in partnership with the Health Consumer Alliance SAHealth Consumer Alliance SA, will conduct training to help consumers to become effective advocates.
An introductory 1 day training is planned for late August/ early Sept 2014.
For more information please email [email protected]


Community Conversations about Cancer

Community Conversations are volunteer-led events of 6 to 50 people or more, where participants share their thoughts, experiences and ideas about cancer and cancer control. You don't need to be an expert to participate. The strength of these conversations is the breadth and depth of response we get from everyone touched by cancer, personally or professionally. These conversations are also an important delivery channel for awareness, education and action in the community.
See flyer for more information.
To be involved in a Cancer Conversation in your community, please email [email protected]



"Exposure to radiation – it’s not all bad news" - an informative public seminar by CVSA and presented by RAH Medical Physicists - (date to be confirmed).
For more information please email [email protected]



General meetings and Annual General Meeting:

3 general member meetings are held per year – dates to be advised

We provide forums for information exchange and debate and training opportunities to help consumers develop their skills and knowledge.



Tuesday 1 July 2014, at 6pm at Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer, in collaboration with Cancer Voices SA

Special evening talks:  flyer with more details here

Narrative matters - exploring cancer stories online.  Marie Ennis-OConnor, cancer survivor, advocate, blogger

View video at,   (Marie's blog is Journeying beyond breast cancer)(Marie's blog is Journeying beyond breast cancer)


Use of expressive writing in cancer.  Prof Tracey Wade, psychologist, researcher.

You can make a fresh start - a writers perspective.  David Chapple, Writing Development Manager, SA Writers Centre




Survivorship Conference - Flinders Centre for Innovation in CancerSurvivorship Conference - Flinders Centre for Innovation in CancerSurvivorship Conference - Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer: 2-3 Feb 2013 

What matters to a SurvivorWhat matters to a SurvivorWhat matters to a Survivor - Dr Agnes Vitry, Cancer Voices SA 
Cancer Conversations  - Ashleigh Moore & Julie Marker, Cancer Voices SA 
Survivors supporting Survivorship; Survivorship as a global movement - Ashleigh Moore, Cancer Voices SA 

Flinders Charter of Cancer SurvivorshipFlinders Charter of Cancer SurvivorshipFlinders Charter of Cancer Survivorship - Cancer Voices SA had a substantial role in development of the charter, a tangible & enduring outcome of the conference




Cancer Community Forums held on Sunday 10th November, 12.30-6pm at Adelaide Convention Centre.  

 12.30-4pm: COSA Consumer Forum, (COSA - Clinical Oncology Society of Australia) in collaboration with Cancer Voices SA and Cancer Council SA.  

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presentations by Cancer Voices SA members
-Consumer involvement and Cancer Voices SA - Julie Marker
-My Cancer, My Gene - Chris Christensen
-Looking after older people with cancer, a carer's perspective - Melissa Cadzow

Download asummary report prepared by Cancer Voices SA.


Cancer Voices SA Challenge RideChallenge RideChallenge Ride,  
20 Oct 2013  See photos at FlickrFlickrFlickr


  • LIVESTRONG Day Ride.  

  • 7 Oct 2012. About 200 cyclists participated in this free community ride of 67km, 35km or 20km. See photos at FlickrFlickrFlickr 



LIVESTRONG Day riderideride (Oct 11)
See Video:      See photos at FlickrFlickrFlickr


Exercise and Cancer Forum (Nov 11)


Geoff GoodfellowGeoff Goodfellow is a renowned Adelaide poet who has battled Head and Neck Cancer. Photographer Randy Larcombe worked with Geoff Goodfellow to compile an exhibition of poetry and graphic photographs depicting his cancer journey.

The 'Waltzing with Jack Dancer' Exhibition was officially opened on 29 May 2009 at the Grenfell Centre, Adelaide, by Hon Justice Christopher Kourakis after an introduction by Ashleigh Moore, Chair of Cancer Voices SA and himself a Head and Neck Cancer survivor.


Cancer Voices South Australia


Ph.  0405 806 857 


PO Box 588, Kensington Park SA 5068