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Join us at the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre for the very first Fraser Coast Walk to Remember, a beautiful opportunity to love and connect, to honour and remember the babies and children who are no longer with us.

The Walk to Remember is a long-running annual event in the Sands, and now Red Nose, community. The formal remembrance service includes readings and reflections from local bereaved families, an opportunity for guests to publicly share the name of the little one/s they are remembering , a shared time of reflection and remembrance in our Pinwheel Ceremony and of course the symbolic Walk to Remember itself - taking the footsteps our babies could not.

The Walk to Remember is a tradition that is linked to Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day/Month. We invite all bereaved Red Nose families to come along and remember their little ones, recognising that we have all experienced loss and that all our babies and children have missed out on very important steps with their families.

Heart Strings members can use the discount code from their welcome letter to access discounted tickets. For more information about Heart Strings, and to sign up, please visit our website here.

For anyone experiencing financial difficulty, a fee waiver code is available on request to

We’re once again partnering with A Cut Above Byron for personalised event t-shirts, who generously donate a portion of the sale of each Walk to Remember shirt to Red Nose. Tanja requests that you make your order at least three weeks before the event.

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 1 day before the event, We're conscious that due to COVID, people may need to make last-minute changes to their plans. We will have incurred costs for your tickets, and would very much welcome should you wish to convert your ticket price to a donation.

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Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre 22 Charles Street Pialba QLD 4655 Australia

Organiser Information

Red Nose

Angie Price and Kristy Barbour; Ashleigh Rousseaux
Red Nose

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