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Event Description: Experience the excitement of running through three of Melbourne's favourite venues at dusk: Melbourne Zoo, Princes Park and the Tan.

These iconic Melbourne locations will be transformed with a selection of great food, live music, Sunset Bar and areas to sit down and relax after your run. Just some of the many reasons why this is one of Melbourne's favourite running events.

Grab your friends, make a night of it and celebrate running in style.

Website: https://events.solemotive.com/sunsetseries/sunset-series-princes-park/

Event location: Next to Ikon Park, Royal Parade, Princes Park

Event’s fundraising URL: https://events.solemotive.com/sunsetseries/sunset-series-fundrasing/

Event registration: https://app.realbuzzregistrations.com/events/sole-motive/cloned-sunset-series-2019/login/?next=%2Fevents%2Fsole-motive%2Fcloned-sunset-series-2019%2F

Please Note: Bowel Cancer Australia is not involved in the organising, running or managing of this listed event/activity and is not responsibile for the listings made by community fundraisers.


Life was great. I was fit and active, looking forward to the Melbourne Cup long weekend when to make things even better it was made official that I had been given my dream job - perfect!

I didn’t play cricket that weekend as I hadn’t trained because I didn’t feel up to it, and after the usual washouts and byes at the start of the season I couldn’t really get too motivated. Every time I trained I struggled but that’s what happens when you hit 41 years of age and you try to keep up with teenagers and fit tradies.

Published in Bowel Cancer Stories

In June 2015, my brother Andrew was treated for diverticulitis (with antibiotics), a condition where pockets that develop in the lining of the intestine become infected or inflamed. A few years prior, he was hospitalised for over a week with similar symptoms, these included severe pain in the abdomen.

Published in Bowel Cancer Stories

I was diagnosed with stage 3 bowel cancer a year and a half ago at the age of 26.

I was numb, scared and feared the worse.

I think for me the hardest part was the unknown.

Published in Bowel Cancer Stories

I was 29 years old when I was diagnosed with stage III bowel cancer.

A happily married mum of two young children, I was enjoying a carefree life.

I’d been experiencing a range of odd symptoms for the past twelve months and decided to see my doctor after not being able to kick a simple cold virus.

Published in Bowel Cancer Stories
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