A very warm welcome to Relay for Life 2021

Relay for life is a chance to celebrate survivors, to remember loved ones lost, and to fight back against cancer, by raising awareness and funds for the Cancer Council’s research prevention and support services. Whether you are a carer, survivor or loved one, whether you choose to walk, jog, or even dance around the track—it’s about you taking part in the way you choose, and having plenty of fun along the way.

Relay for life is a chance to celebrate survivors, to remember loved ones lost, and to fight back against cancer, by raising awareness and funds for the Cancer Council’s research prevention and support services. Whether you are a carer, survivor or loved one, whether you choose to walk, jog, or even dance around the track—it’s about you taking part in the way you choose, and having plenty of fun along the way.


Team Rules

  • Team captains are responsible for the actions of their team members, family and friends. A responsible adult must accompany people under the age of 18 attending the event.
  • One team member must be on the track with the team baton at all times.
  • Friends or relatives may accompany a designated walker/runner but their laps are not credited to the team.
  • The same rule applies when more than one team member is on the track at the same time.
  • Multiple team members walking together on the same lap equates to one lap.
  • Each member is responsible for counting their own laps.
  • Walkers please do not impede runners lane.
  • Teams are requested to mark their site with the name of their team or team banner.
  • Participants are responsible for the safety of their belongings. Please leave nothing valuable unattended.
  • All youth and school teams must have a supervisor over the age of 25 present for the duration of the event.