Join the NF Hero March on Sunday 9th September! 

The NF Hero March is your chance to get involved and help raise vital funds for The Children’s Tumour Foundation along with much-needed awareness for neurofibromatosis (NF). Show your support and join one of the 5km walks taking place across the country and help us reach our fundraising target of $90,000.

Each registration receives a superhero cape – a symbol of the power that comes when we join together to #conquernf.

You are also encouraged to wear yellow on the day, a colour that represents friendship and togetherness.

This is a great day out the whole family can enjoy together, with plenty of activities to keep little people busy after the walk, while you mingle with other participants and enjoy a light lunch together!  


  • 10:00 am: NF Hero March kicks off in each city with a warm up before a 5km walk

  • 11:00 am-12:00 pm: The festivities continue with a light lunch and activities for the whole family! 

  • 1:00pm: End of Event 
    *Please Note: Times vary in Canberra and Warrackanbeal


Remember you will need a hat, sunscreen and a water bottle to conquer the march! We suggest one person takes a back pack to hold everyone's belongings.


After the walk we will provide you with a light lunch, plus some fun activities for the whole family!


To make fundraising for us even easier, we've partnered with Everyday Hero to give you the ability to create your own online fundraising page. In just minutes you can build and customise your page, then start sharing the link with your friends, family and colleagues and asking them to make a donation.

Every donation is then recorded on your fundraising page along with a message of support from your donors.

So what are you waiting for? Create your own online fundraising page today!

Children's Tumour Foundation of Australia

The Children’s Tumour Foundation of Australia (NF Australia) provides care and support to those impacted by Neurofibromatosis (NF), the umbrella term for three genetic conditions (NF1, NF2, Schwannomatosis) that cause tumours to grow on nerves throughout the body.

The most common form of NF is Neurofibromatosis Type 1 (NF1). Although usually diagnosed in children, NF is a lifelong medical condition and can affect many organs in the body, including the skin, eyes, bones, and nervous system.

The Foundation is dedicated to providing information and support, public awareness, and raising funds to develop effective treatments and find a cure for NF.

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