Taking steps to end domestic violence
The Sydney White Ribbon Walk raises awareness about domestic violence and asks men to stand up and say no to violence against women.
The annual Walk is organised by NSW Police Eastern Beaches Local Area Command and Randwick City Council.
When and where
The White Ribbon Walk is held on Friday 25 November 2016 between 7.15am and 9am, from High Cross Park Randwick to Grant Reserve, Coogee.
Parking is available at the Dolphin Street car park at Coogee. A shuttle bus service will operate from the car park to High Cross Park from 6.45am. This will be a continuous round trip until 7.25am.
Following the BBQ Breakfast at Grant Reserve, the Community Bus will transport participants back to High Cross Park via the Dolphin Street car park. This will assist participants who park at the Dolphin Street Car Park and near High Cross Park.
The walk commences at 7.30am from High Cross Park, corner of Avoca Street and Coogee Bay Road, Randwick.
Participants proceed along Coogee Bay Road to Coogee Beach, head south along the promenade and finish at Grant Reserve at Coogee.
You can download the White Ribbon Walk map PDF, 107.05 KB.
Breakfast and ceremony afterwards
Following the walk, an informal breakfast, speeches and oath ceremony will take place at Grant Reserve, finishing by 9am.
We hope you can participate in this important awareness raising event.
Sydney White Ribbon Walk t-shirts will be on sale for $10.00 and you can purchase one at High Cross Park on the day.
Funds raised from the event go to the White Ribbon Campaign.
Sydney fathers - Tweet or Instagram your father/son photo to make a stand against violence. Use the hash tag #ARealManSaysNo to set an example and say no to violence against women.
We are proud to be supported by a number of local organisations and thank them for their generosity.
Please note that temporary road closures will occur tomorrow along Coogee Bay Road.
Residents must also be advised that there will be additional aircraft noise from 7.30–8am. A Police and Australian Army helicopter will follow the participants from the top of Coogee Bay Road to Grant Reserve.
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