404km, five days, one river. Can you go the distance?
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28 Nov 2015
Started back in the 1970’s, Red Day has always been a spectacle to behold. And the paddlers of the 2015 YMCA Massive Murray Paddle have really turned it on today.
Veterans often fight a war within after leaving the battlefield, and often need help dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Order (PTSD) and move towards rehabilitation.
John Enfantie from Lower Snug in Tasmania built his first canoe 15 years ago.
Whether you’re taking part in the YMCA Massive Murray Paddle or donating to someone doing it, you’re making a significant difference to the lives of young people in Victoria.