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Cambodia 2018 - Cycle to Cure Cancer



Join Flinders Foundation's Chief Executive Officer - Amanda Shiell as she jumps on her bike and embarks on an incredible Cambodian cycling adventure, raising funds to support researchers at Flinders Centre For Innovation In Cancer (FCIC) to make breakthroughs for earlier intervention and cancer prevention.


Fill your senses with the sights, sounds and smells of Cambodia, open to its changing landscapes and colourful culture.



This 11-day Cambodian cycling adventure will embark from Siem Reap discovering the magnificent Angkor Temple Complex, before cycling beyond the city limits into the unfolding countryside: through rice paddies, sugar-palm plantations and small villages. The adventure concludes in Phnom Penh, Cambodia‚Äôs bustling capital, exploring the contrasts of ancient and modern and learning the history of this beguiling country.



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  • Dates: 15-25 March 2018
  • Registration Fee: $770 (non refundable)
  • Minimum fundraising target: $3,500 (excludes travel)
  • Trip duration: 11 days
  • Challenge duration: 6 days
  • Challenge rating: Moderate difficulty 
  • Travel quote: $4,090 including taxes (subject to change)
  • Accommodation: Twin share in 3 star hotels


Today there is no silver bullet to cure cancer. However there have been significant advancements in early detection, intervention and treatment options which ultimately do save lives.


The importance of early detection of cancer is something that Flinders Foundation CEO - Amanda Shiell knows all too well, after being diagnosed with stage 2 invasive melanoma in 2015. Amanda was one of the lucky ones where early intervention made all the difference and saved her life.


Many cancers are preventable or curable if detected at an early stage. But there is still so much to be done.


Please join Amanda and Flinders Foundation on this incredible cycling Cambodian adventure to raise funds to support the researchers at Flinders Centre for Innovation Cancer search for cures, methods for earlier detection and new ways to stop the disease progressing so people and their families have a better chance of survival and can go on to live happier and healthier lives.




For more information and to register contact Flinders Foundation on 8204 5216 or email info@flindersfoundation.org.au


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