Dr Greg Deleuil, ADSA Doctor and mentor, our own National Treasure, gets into the Pirate Spirit at the end of the ADSA Walk 2018.
Lachy our youngest volunteer in Merredin wearing his custom made High-vis Vest ready to get on the road with his Uncle and provide support for the ADSA Walk Team during the ADSA Walk 2017. Thank you Joan B. for your outstanding work creating Lochy’s High-vis Vest. Gallery 2017
There are moments on the ADSA Walk that are so beautiful that they touch the heart. In this moment on the ADSA Walk 2015 a family of the endangered Carnaby Red Tailed Black Cockatoos fly over two of the ADSA Walk Team with the gorgeous soft colours of the Striling Ranges in the background. Gallery 2015
As lovely as a water colour painting the hills between Bridgetown and Balingup were no challenge to these ADSA Walk Team members who paused on the ADSA Walk 2014 for this spectacular shot. Gallery 2014
ADSA Walk Team members have a little sing along with Deuie during a break in Harvey on the ADSA Walk 2013. Deuie was the mascot for 3 ADSA Walks from 2013 to 2015 after which he retired from the road at the good age of 15. Now an elderly gent he spends his time coaching Simone and cheering on the ADSA Walk Team at official functions. Gallery 2013
Where it all began at Paddy Hannan’s statue in Kalgoorlie. The start of the Wittenoom Childrens’ Walk in 2012 the first ADSA Walk for mesothelioma research. Thank you to Den, Magges and all the family for your determination. Gallery 2012