About MS Walk
Run + Roll

We are very excited to bring you the latest and greatest in the Fun Run experience, the MS Walk Run + Roll!

In 2020 we are celebrating big milestones the MS Walk Run + Roll – 10 years in Canberra, 15 years in Melbourne and 30 years in Sydney! Don’t miss out on the fun.

This year, our re-brand to the MS Walk Run + Roll as in recognition of our wonderful MS Community who come together year after year and either Walk, Run or Roll on through our courses. We are celebrating the diversity of our fantastic participants, updating our event name to reflect this and to welcome anyone and everyone to participate!

We have kept all the things you love about the MS Walk + Fun Run, added in some more amazing rewards for our MS Fundraisers and always working to improve the event for our participants.

2020 has brought about some difficult times, but together we are strong, and we push ahead. That is why we have chosen to go virtual for the Sydney and Canberra events, both being held on Saturday 28th March and Sunday 29th March.

Now more than ever, it is important to show support for Australians living with multiple sclerosis. So, take part and fundraise for MS. Visit the website pages for more information.

For our other events, the Melbourne MS Walk Run + Roll is to be postponed till later this year, whilst the Launceston MS Walk Run + Roll will remain on Sunday, 20 Spetember 2020.

These are better than your average fun run. Get moving for a cause on our accessible track – designed so everyone can get involved, whether you’re moving on your feet, using a chair or pushing a pram.

Sign up solo, with a stroller, bring your dog or get a whole team together – no matter your style, we’ll be moving forward together to support Australians living with multiple sclerosis.

Located in Melbourne, Launceston, and virtual events in Sydney and Canberra, the MS Walk Run + Roll isn’t just a must do event on the cardio calendar, it also helps to raise much needed awareness and work towards helping those who live with this devastating neurological condition.

After all, we’re here together so nobody faces MS alone.