Tony Zahra walked in 2016 the Kokoda Track in record time of 11 days
Tony Zahra and his Walk Support crew in Peter Heeney, Anthony Lear, Dominic Boyle, Scott Bradshaw, Ben Harris, Chris Hewitson need all the support and funds you can give to help them on this Epic walk along the Burma/Thai Rail Line, through dense jungle in soaring heat up to 50 degrees.
Walking over 300km in 22 days. Please give your support for this challenge to make this a great success, for Veterans suffering from mental illness’s.
Amputee, Tony Zahra and most of his Support walking crew are full at it , training in Broken Hill, NSW over several months now,. The team of Ben Harris and Chris Hewitson have been full on training in the Gym, swimming, working out in the desert and on local roads.
The Team will joined on the walk by Peter James Heeney, Anthony Lear, Dominic Boyle and Scott Bradshaw and Scott’s Thai wife with the support vehicle and as a translator assisted Scott for liaison with the Thai Police, the Military, local farmers and sourcing logistics on the journey.
The walk will start-after the 29th March will be along the old Burma/Thai overgrown rail line for over 300km (where accessible), duration of 22 days walking through dense jungle facing all local elements.
This walk is for raising awareness and funds for Veterans with PTSD, anxiety, depression and other types of mental illnesses which could eventually result in suicide amongst our Military veterans and our First Responders.
Please get behind and support Tony and Team on this epic journey finishing at Kanchanaburi War Cemetery for ANZAC Day 2018.