In 2020 both of our Gutsy Challenge Adventures will be on home soil.
Bungle Bungles Gutsy Challenge
In June 2020 GI Cancer Institute Members; Katie Benton and Dr. Belinda Steer will lead the Bungles Bungles Gutsy Challenge.
At the northern end of Purnululu National Park (Purnululu meaning sandstone), the Bungle Bungles are now one of the most loved and most popular tourist attractions of the Kimberley region in Western Australia. With specially chartered flights in and out of Purnululu, participants of this Gutsy Challenge will experience the National Park well away from the usual tourist route.
Kakadu Gutsy Challenge
In August 2020 – Associate Professor Nick Pavlakis will lead the Kakadu Gutsy Challenge.
Spanning more than two billion years of geological history, Kakadu National Park is home to approximately 280 different types of birds, more than 10,000 crocodiles and around 2,000 different types of plants. This unique Top End challenge will see participants trek for 7 days through the World Heritage listed area. Participants will experience a traditional welcome to country and stay in sustainable, responsible, semi-permanent camps along the way.
Treasure Road – Gutsy Challenge
From September 28 – October 2, 2020 participants in this family friendly Gutsy Challenge will hit the road and raise much needed funds and awareness for GI cancer in a way that’s never been done before.
Starting in Sydney and finishing at an undisclosed location near Dubbo, this fundraising event is a road trip with a twist.