Shinae Colville

I am Conquering Cradle Mountain to Beat MS!

Multiple sclerosis is the most common disease of the central nervous system and it strikes young people in the prime of their lives.

There is currently no known cure.

It's quite staggering that multiple sclerosis affects more young people than any other neurological condition, with the average age of diagnosis just 30 years old.  Every case of multiple sclerosis is unique – the symptoms, severity and progress of the disease are different for everyone.

So I’m trekking through the Tasmania Wilderness World Heritage Area and traversing sections of the Overland Trail to raise funds to deliver essential MS support services and ensure no one faces MS alone.

Please DONATE now to support my trek and give hope to thousands of Australians living with multiple sclerosis.

Thank you for your support.

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Baptist Camping Victoria

All the best for the walk, BCV are right behind you





Praying for wisdom and insight for researchers and all those living with well as open borders for your trek! Have fun:)


Susan Hallam


The Caldwell’s

Go well Shinae


Morgan Hallam

Get girlfriend! Tassie won’t know what hit it


Tracey Scott


Bryan & Robyn

Go Shinae, don’t fall off the mountain


Kristin Holland

So proud of you 💪❤️


Emily Turnbull

Love your work! xx


Nicole Hooker

You’re a wonderful lady.


Robyn Hallam

Good Luck Shinae😊


Lyn Scott


Josie Lloyd


Jenni Johnston

Hope it goes well


Demi Bellinger

Well done gf good luck xx


Kerrie Jackson

Very impressed Shinae!! What a wonderful effort! GO YOU!!




Margaret Scott Taylor

Thank you Shinae for doing this well done


Soulful Concepts


Megan Zanker


Codie Robins

Proud of you


Nikki Hallam

Amazing! X


Beryl Roberts

Best of luck Shinae 💗


Rachel Kreymborg


Penny Stemp

Good luck.


Taela Mclean

Well done 🙌 best of luck for your trek ! 😊


Laura P

Good luck Shinae!


We show our respect and acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who are the traditional custodians of this land. We pay respects to their Elders past and present.