Tribute Wall

Add your message to our virtual tribute wall

Tell us why you are walking 5km or include a name if you are walking in honour of someone. Your message will be pinned to our virtual tribute wall.

Virtual Tribute Wall

Raine Brand

I'm walking because Cancer Council is invaluable to those with cancer who need support, especially women with metastatic breast cancer like me.

Jayne Barnett

I’m walking for my beautiful sister… I miss you everyday 💗💗 I am also walking for a cure

Tracy Hargraves

Was doing the run in memory of my beautiful mum and as it turns out it is now for sister Kylie. Fight hard girl.

Sue Burbury

I’m running for my beautiful mum who passed away from breast cancer aged 56. I love her and miss her every day. Mum fought such a courageous battle and her legacy lives on in her beautiful grandchildren. Gone too soon but never forgotten


I am running for my grandma who passed away from cancer when I was 7. I love you and I'll remember and honour you for as long as I breathe.

Anne-Maree & Jason Smith

After my recent diagnosis, I want to unite with my fellow warriors and raise awareness and funds, with the support of my husband.

Yvette Darsaklis

I’m running this great event in honour of my dear friend Son who battling this unpredictable disease! 💕 she is so brave!!


I am walking for me, I am going into my 8th month of remission after a 10 month fight with Ewing’s Sarcoma (bone cancer). I am walking for those we have lost and those still kicking cancers butt. We’ve got this! Let’s do this!

Harris Darlene

My beautiful mum missed so many milestones because cancer took her at the young age of 39. 7 beautiful grandchildren, 3 gorgeous great grandchildren and so many precious moments that she should've been allowed to share with her loving family. I will walk proudly again, and hope that one day a cure can be found


I am running the 5km for my Nan. She showed endless love and support for me. I loved her so much 🤍. She passed away from cancer last year. She had it 5-6 times in her life and is a f*cking fighter. I know that from above she would be so proud 🎗


I am doing the 5k in honour of my Aunty Debbie, who sadly lost her battle to cancer last year.


I am running the Cancer Council 5km for my Nan and Pop. My pop is currently struggling with cancer and having treatment. My nan died last year, sadly because of cancer. Thanks for your support. 🎗🤍


Rissy I am walking for you today, you fought and conquered Cancer you are totally amazing .


Mum you were the strongest human I know. Your battle was not an easy one but you stayed true to yourself and your family you fought until your last breath. There is not a day gone by when I don’t miss you. Until we meet again . I love you , your Ellie. Xxxx

Claire Doran

Walking to honour both my Mum, Felicity & her sister, Fiona who both passed away due to complications to do with breast cancer. I will be walking with my daughter, Izabella (2 years), who will grow up knowing the importance of participating in events like these to raise awareness & funds for those in need.


I am running & walking the 5km for my nan. I am 12 years old, and last year my nan passed away due to cancer. I am doing it for her, I loved her so much, she was such a strong woman! She passed away at the age of 71. She had cancer 4 or 5 times in her life. 💜💜💜

Do Duy Han Huynh

I am walking for all the people who impacted by this cancer. May memories and the love of family surround you and give you strength.

Ang Lethborg

I'm walking for my nan who had breast cancer 23 years ago and now, at 84 fighting again. Also for my husband's mum who sadly we lost, for a dear friend who we also lost, my beautiful neighbour that I have grown up with since I was 4 who walked with us last year after having breast cancer and myself, at 33 diagnosed with cancer. Doing the walk/run keeps the memories alive for all our loved ones.


I am participating in the ‘Women’s 5K’ this weekend in honour of my mother, Annette. My Mum recently passed away from Breast Cancer earlier this year. But prior, has five years worth of chemotherapy and radiation.

Bonney Jones

I’m so glad to complete my 5km walk/ run today in support of Cancer Council .

Nicky Moore

So proud of my little sister, Joke Boekhout, who had to face and cope with breast-cancer last year, but was diagnosed early and has recovered. Wishing everyone facing this battle lots strength, loving support and a positive outcome!


Walking In memory of those who have lost there lives to cancer & to raise awareness for a great cause. Also walking for some beautiful friends who have been on the same journey as me, I am in remission from Breast Cancer. ‘DOING IT FOR HER 2020’

Pip Cooper

My daughter Laura and I are doing this for all those impacted by cancer and all those lost to it - we will make a difference for you.

Maree Nunn

This 2020 kick arse walk is for my gorgeous sister in law Pammy who is battling this disease. The most gorgeous, loving friend anyone could wish for. 💜💜💜

Ruby Jones

I’m raising money to help all families who are touched by this disease, especially my best friends mum. Please help me to support them 😊


I decided to walk/ run 5 km and raise money to pay tribute to those who lost their lives to cancer and all who currently going through treatment. I think that every dollar counts in helping those who need it, also I’m surviving ovarian cancer and so grateful for every day of my life and thankful for all the support I have received.

Darlene Harris

i lost my mum to breast cancer when i was 12. She was 39 and had so much more life to live

Anneka Wells

I and my dog are running after losing a close friend Sonya who would always be there when you needed someone but passed from cancer earlier this year

Lesley Chintock

3 years post chemo & radium - going well. Last year was my 1st walk , I’m hooked now. I hope we can walk/run next year in Launceston. We will be walking in our local area this year.


I'm walking for my Nanna Rita, Aunty Dianne & Aunty Debbie. I will see you in heaven one day. it will only feel like a minute apart. Thank you for being a part of my life. I will love you all for ever.

Danielle Bywaters

I am walking to celebrate how magnificent cancer care is in Tasmania


For all my boobie sisters And other friends affected by cancer My Dad, my Mum and my brother. And Me! Too many people I know.

I will be walking in honour of my pop who lost his battle with cancer earlier this year.


I'm running for my amazing aunties and Oma's who have survived cancer; and for all the women out there who have survived, cared for, succumbed to and lead a cancer journey... I'm Doing It For Her.

I am walking for all the people in my life that have been impacted by cancer, particularly at the moment.