Resilience via Earth Strength via Community Donate Your Footsteps Support Frontline Workers

Join us for an adventure-filled morning of fun, fitness and fundraising in support of a fantastic cause. Make new friends, increase your mental and physical resilience and restore your peace of mind via the beauty of nature.


Trek4Life 100km 2023

Sunday 18th June, 2023. Trek4Life 100 km is an Extreme Team Challenge in support of Mental Health Awareness. To complete this team challenge you will collect 12 flags over 12 laps to achieve a team total of 100 kilometres.


Why we Trek

Our Community Treks offer the unique opportunity to build your own personal strength while also building a stronger, fairer, more compassionate and resilient community for us all.

Build Resilience

Resilience via Earth

Completing an exhilarating physical challenge will increase your physical & mental resilience leaving you better able to handle whatever life throws at you.

Restore your peace of mind

Healing via Nature

Unload the stress of everyday life and restore your positive attitude and peace of mind via the beauty of nature.

Connect with Community

We are a team!

Connect with community in the spirit of resilience, determination, compassion, innovation, fairness and mateship that is the core of the Trek2Health philosophy.

Change lives

Create a better future

Your partcipation will make a positive and measurable difference in the lives of extraordinary and deserving Australian frontline personnel and veterans.

Trek2Health Community News

Trek2Health applications for Quarter 2, 2023 are now open

Applications are now open for Trek2Health’s programs for Quarter 2, 2023. Positions are still available at this time, but spots are limited, please book soon. This complementary service is open to current or former Frontline and Emergency Services personnel; and Australian Defence Force members and Veterans.


Drive2Health 2023 a Huge Success – Thank you!

Thank you to all involved with our recent Drive2Health Poker Run community event raising funds for Trek2Health. Congratulations to the driver with the winning hand – 4 Aces!

We were thrilled to have REMAX Ignite on board as the event’s major sponsor. A big thank you to Adam, Roxanne and Liam Workman from REMAX Ignite for supporting our cause.

Funds raised from Drive2Health will allow us to place 8 people into module programs.


Some people are just born with the desire to help others.

These people naturally gravitate towards positions of service: Emergency Services, Search and Rescue, Paramedics, Doctors, Nurses, Police, Firefighters and Defence Forces.

But sometimes these people who care for us every day need someone to care for them. They are strong and resilient individuals but due to the nature of their work, sometimes they need a helping hand to restore their own physical and mental well-being, in a stigma-free, supportive environment.

Caring for the people who care for us.

Trek2Health helps frontline workers and veterans achieve greater physical and mental resilience by providing professional services in an accessible and supportive environment. Through a series of specially designed, team-orientated journeys we aim to reconnect with nature via bush treks in remote areas, engaging in team environments with other like-minded people to build support networks, and encouraging healthy minds and bodies.

Our services are provided free of charge to first responders and veterans in recognition of the amazing contribution they make to our community.

We are supported primarily by generous members of the private and corporate sector in the indomitable spirit of community, compassion, innovation and mateship.

First Responders are exposed to unimaginable experiences in their professional services. 

We believe we should and can do more to support the health and well being of these extraordinary individuals who risk their own safety to be there for us when we need help the most. We need your support to help us provide this essential service.

Show your support for Australian frontline workers and veterans in recognition of their extraordinary contribution to our community.

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