1 - 5 JANUARY, 2022

NBCF - Larapinta 2022

Journey into the heart of the rugged Australian Outback to help NBCF fund world-class research to achieve Zero Deaths from breast cancer by 2030.


Fast Facts

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8–14 July 2022

7 day trip, 5 day challenge

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Fundraising Target


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Twin-share in 4-star hotel and at comfortable campsites




The Challenge

Did you know – one in seven Australian women and one in 700 Australian men will be diagnosed with breast cancer in their lifetime?

Join Trek Towards Zero Deaths: Larapinta 2022 and, with every step you take, you’ll fund world-class research to help NBCF achieve its goal of Zero Deaths from breast cancer by 2030.

Immersed in the rich history of Australia’s First Peoples, over seven days, you’ll follow well-worn, red dirt tracks along the slopes of the West MacDonnell Ranges, beside winding riverbanks, across open plains, up towering mountains and down into shaded gorges. 

Best of all, you'll raise funds for ...

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"This is a fake testimonial"

— John Smith, Larapinta Adventure 2022

"This is another fake testimonial"

— Jane Doe, Tasmania adventure 2022

The Difference You'll Make


Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia, with nine Australians dying from the disease every day. Incidence is on the rise, with diagnosis rates increasing by 36 per cent in the last ten years. This means more mothers, sisters, daughters, wives, friends and families will be impacted.

NBCF is on a mission to stop deaths from breast cancer by identifying, funding and championing world-class research to detect tumours earlier, improve treatment outcomes and, ultimately, save lives.

As part of this incredible adventure, your fundraising and physical efforts will help NBCF achieve Zero Deaths from breast cancer by 2030. 

Since NBCF’s inception, five-year breast cancer survival rates have increased from 76 per cent to 91.5 per cent. But it’s only with your continued support that life-saving research breakthroughs can be made.

  • $50 could support researchers in identifying Australians with the highest risk of breast cancer.
  • $500 could support research in personalising breast screening, to account for women who are at high risk of breast cancer, so that breast cancer can be detected earlier.
  • $5,000 could help researchers test a new breast cancer prevention drug in the lab, so that those at high risk may have more options for avoiding breast cancer.
  • $15,000 could help researchers see if certain changes in DNA can identify those at high risk of developing breast cancer, even when it doesn’t run in their family.


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Travel package:


*excludes airfares*

Frequently Asked Questions

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Includes: Transfers as per itinerary • accommodation in swag camping • meals as per itinerary • local guide • entrance fees as per itinerary

Doesn't include: Airfares • airport transfers • travel insurance (highly recommended) • soft drinks and alcoholic beverages • personal expenses • tips and gratuities (optional)