Dragons Abreast Australia is once again presenting the most vibrant event of October – The Dragons Abreast Festival!
It’s hundreds of passionate people, of all ages, gender and fitness levels, racing 12 metre long dragon boats for a memorable day of fun and fundraising.
The teams are made up of people from businesses, hospitals, schools, neighbourhoods, families and friends – all walks of life and people just like you who know that we can make a positive difference in the lives of breast cancer survivors.
Dragons Abreast Australia strives to encourage wellness, fitness, fun and camaraderie for breast cancer survivors through the sport of dragon boating. Now in our twentieth year, we have helped thousands of Australians thrive in their lives after breast cancer treatment.
Funds raised from the Festival benefit the programs of Dragons Abreast Australia.
Come and join in the fun and friendly rivalry of the Festival, no experience needed, just a passion to support Dragons Abreast Australia and breast cancer survivors.
Registrations open on 15 April and the big day is Saturday 20 October, Cockle Bay, Darling Harbour.
For more information, please contact Angie O'Reilly, Festival Project Manager on email@example.com or 0434 906 208.
Check out these images from last year's Festival.
Dragons Abreast Australia is sponsored by Specialised Therapeutics Australia, an international biopharmaceutical company with strategic focus and expertise in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.
With the highest professional and ethical standards, Specialised Therapeutics Australia commercialise therapies and technologies that uniquely fulfil the unmet medical needs of the community.
Quality and affordable sporting apparel. Provider of our DAA jackets, with a percentage of proceeds being donated to Dragons Abreast.
Platinum Sponsor of the 2017 Dragons Abreast Festival, Cancer Institute NSW, is dedicated to reducing the impact of cancer and improving outcomes for people with cancer across the state of New South Wales by:
Promoting the prevention of cancer
Improving early detection and participation in cancer screening
Improving the diagnosis and treatment of cancer
Building capacity in cancer research
Using the latest data and information to drive positive change across the health system.