Would you like to immerse yourself in the heart of German Lutheran country - and help others at the same time?
Then Walk My Way Barossa is for you!REGISTER NOW
We’ve planned a 26km walking challenge from Redeemer Lutheran School in Nuriootpa to St Jakobi Lutheran Campus in Lyndoch.
After your Big Barossa Brekkie, and an opening ceremony, it's time to get walking!
You'll walk through beautiful countryside, townships, and past wineries. There'll be drink and toilet stops along the way.
After lunch at St Hallett winery, you'll continue on to St Jakobi for a finish line celebration!
There’ll be buses to take you to and from the start and finish, so you can leave your car at either end.
You can even bring a team of students and teachers from your school. What a great way to bring your school community together to help others!
There are also Walks in Melbourne and on the Gold Coast (coming soon!)...
...or you can hold your own Walk!
If you want to do a Walk at your school, church or with friends, click here to find out how.
If you want to do a Walk by yourself, click here to find out how.
Yes, runners are very welcome; however, be aware that there will not be a truck to carry packs from your start location to the finish.
If you can't walk 26km, you can walk 13kms from Redeemer to St Hallett Winery. Simply choose this when you register online.
Or, if you're a wheelchair or pram user, watch this space to find out how you can Wheel My Way from Redeemer to Linear Park or Chateau Dorien! (Details coming soon).
If you're not up to walking or wheeling at all, there are so many other ways to participate. Sponsor a walker, sponsor a team or simply donate.
We also need lots of volunteers. Please drop us a line to find out how you can help!
Sure! The Walkers' Information will be available at the bottom of this page by January 2020.
We will be offering a bus shuttle service between Redeemer Lutheran School, St Hallett Winery, and St Jakobi Lutheran Campus.
The bus schedule will be available in January 2020.
Sorry, no. If you have no one to collect you from St Jakobi, then you can leave your car there in the morning and take the bus to the start location.
If high temperature is forecast (35 Celsius or above) or if other extreme weather conditions are forecast (lightning, gale force winds), the Walk will be cancelled. You'll be informed at the start locations, via email, SMS and Facebook.
There will be a First Aid officer on duty at different points along the trail and at the end. There is an emergency contact number provided. Please refer to the Walkers' Information below (available January 2020) for what to do in an emergency.
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If your question still isn't answered, please get in touch!