Rally through the Outback for prostate cancer research

Experience Australia’s unique Outback with the Prostate Cancer Rally and drive research and awareness for one of Australia’s most common types of cancer.

The reality is one in six Australian males will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime and funding to support the work of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia helps to reduce the impact on men, their partners and families.

The 2021 Outback adventure, which runs from November 2-9 is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for participants who will be fundraising for a worthy cause.

The Prostate Cancer Rally will start in Bourke, New South Wales, travel via Innamincka and Birdsville, pass through the Simpson Desert and Flinders Ranges before finishing in the Barossa Valley in South Australia.

Throughout the seven-day rally, sensational country food and hotel accommodation will be organised. You will be guided on your adventure and supported to reach your destination before enjoying some great hospitality and all while supporting prostate cancer research.

The Prostate Cancer Rally started in 2016 as an initiative of survivor Ross Alexander, who has sat on the New South Wales Prostate Cancer Foundation Board since 2015, to support the work of the Foundation.

Ross believes that his survival today is the result of the advances in medical research, science and the awareness campaigns that the Foundation funds and promotes today.

For more information, or to donate to the Prostate Cancer Rally and Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia, visit: fundraise.pcfa.org.au/event/prostate-cancer-rally


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