Rowan and Fiona's Massive Murray Paddle 2022

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Please help me to be Limitless For MS!

We've set ourselves a challenge which we are using to fundraise for MS - paddling 405km down the Murray River in 5 days ... together in our double canoe. You can sponsor us and follow our journey through this fundraising page - and on the MMP tracking page at Massive Murray Paddle - Phase Zero. Your generous donation will ensure that Aussies are well supported while they face the challenge of living with multiple sclerosis!

MS is the most common disease of the central nervous system - currently there is no cure.

It's quite staggering to think 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.

You can ensure Aussies living with multiple sclerosis can break down barriers, achieve goals and live well by making a secure online donation.

Thank you for your support.

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Wendy Doyle

Just keep yourselves and your wonderful marriage safe. Mum xxx


Kristen Walker

That is a long way to paddle! Good luck 🤗


Tony Payne

Well done Rowan and Fiona on getting to the start line. Look forward to seeing your progress and will be wishing good weather all the way.


Richard Simpson


Ecomaster And The Beinat Family

Best wishes for a happy and fun filled adventure.


Vincent Arthur


The Cullen Family

Well done. So impressed. X the Cullens



Good paddling. The weather seems favourable.


Greg Kaska

Great effort Rowan and Fiona 👍


Rowan Doyle


Michael King

Good luck , that is a long paddle !


Bill And Ros Chandler

Go well!


Peter Cebon


Marlene And David Bevan


Elena Cementon

Go Rowan & Fiona!

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