How do I enter?

Simply click on the REGISTER button and follow the instructions to pay your registration fee and set up your fundraising profile. 

Can I enter a group or team?

Yes. To do this, you will just need to register first as an individual, you will then be able to create or join a team/group. If you would like to enter a team of 10 or more, please email [email protected] and we’ll help you out. Corporate Teams, please get in touch to find out about the Corporate Team offer.
Why are my team members not showing on my Team Page?

If you have registered 'somebody else' with your email address then only you will have a personal fundraising page, and also only your name will appear on your Team page (if you have created one).

To create a fundraising page for somebody that has been registered under the same email address as you, then please follow the steps below, or get in touch [email protected]. *note: registration must be paid for already

  1. Click this link to create a profile: Create a fundraising page - Miracle Moon Walk

          A few notes:

    • Each individual needs their own email addressb
    • ‘Campaign name’: This is the individual’s name
    • ‘Campaign amount’: The personal goal (you can put any amount in this box, the team amount will be as set up for the team anyway and this personal goal will not affect the team goal).
    • The individual will go ahead and create their own account (they do not need login details for your Miracle Moon Walk group registration)
  1. Once this is done, a new Miracle Moon Walk fundraising page will be created. From here, they will be able to search for the team that has been created and ‘Join the Team’. It might help if you share the link to your Team page so that they can easily find it.

If you have any trouble, get in touch with the team and we can help you out [email protected].

I can’t find my own personal fundraising page

To find and make changes to your personal fundraising page, then head to the 'My Account' icon in the top right hand corner of the Miracle Moon Walk website, or click here.

  • Login using the email address you registered with.
  • Once logged in, click on 'My Fundraising' in the top right hand corner and there you should see your fundraising page to be personalised.

Your supporters will be able to find your page to donate to simply by searching for your name (or team name) in 'Find a Walker'.

If you didn't receive your own fundraising page (this may be because somebody else registered you under their email address), then please follow the steps in the above ‘Why are my team members not showing on my team page?’.

Are there age restrictions for the walk?

No, all ages are welcome! If you get tired, there will be plenty of opportunities to shorten your trip if you need to.
There are quite a few steps to get down from Observatory Hill. The AGAR stairs are the only point in the course that may be difficult for prams and wheelchair access. We advise avoiding this area of the route for wheelchairs.
Prams can be carried down the stairs. Volunteers are positioned around the walk for support. 
Can I change my entry?
Yes, if you have trouble changing any of the details you can email [email protected] and we'll help you out.

Where is the start and finish?

The Event Hub will be at Cathedral Square, on the forecourt of the stunning St Mary's Cathedral, and will be the location of the start and finish of the walk. 
The hub will open from 4pm with the walk starting at 6pm.

How do I get there?

The Event Hub is easy to get to via either public transport or car. The event program will include closest parking and best public transport options, sent out the week before the event.

What is the route?

The Miracle Moon Walk route takes in the very best of the city and harbour by night. In addition to the iconic locations you would expect, we have a few surprises that will remind you why Sydney one of the world’s greatest cities. Roads will not be closed, and the route follows pavements and parkland paths. Normal road rules should be followed at all times. Scroll down to see this year's route!

What is the distance?

This year's walk is approximately 5km – 10km depending on the number of locations you visit. That's about 2 hours of easy walking. There are many opportunities to stop and rest, or shorten your trip and turn back if you need.

Can I dress up and what should I wear? 

Dressing up is highly recommended. There are prizes for the dressed child! We highly encourage adults to join in the fun too, there will be plenty of amazing photo opportunities and you will want to look your absolute best! Being a night walk means that ‘glow is the go’, so break out the LED headband, glow jewellery and flashing laces and light up your walk. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes and its probably a good idea to take a light jumper. 

Are children allowed to take part?

Yes! Babies and children are welcome to attend the event. Children under 12 years are free. Note: All children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

I have a disability, can i take part?

Yes! To ensure the safety of all walkers, and due to the nature of the event, we just ask you to contact us prior to entering as some may not find the event feasible.
There are quite a few steps to get down from Observatory Hill. The AGAR stairs are the only point in the course that may be difficult for prams and wheelchair access. We advise avoiding this area of the route for wheelchairs.

Can I run?

No, the Miracle Moon Walk is a walking only event.

What facilities are available?

At the event hub, you will find easy access to public toilets and food outlets. 

How safe is it?

The entire event has been planned to ensure a safe and secure environment throughout. There is extensive signage to ensure you stay on track, numerous marshalls and first aid support at the Event Hub. The route follows well lit areas and you don’t need a torch or headlamp. We will have a secure bag drop facility that ensures you can leave your before and after event gear and just take what you need with you on the walk.

COVID restrictions

This Miracle Moon Walk continues to follow NSW Government regulations. A COVID safe plan is in place as per current guidelines and we continue to work closely with City of Sydney up to the date of the event.

Staff and volunteers must follow individual company policies of their employer or host organisation.

Please get in touch if you have any further questions [email protected]

What do I receive for my entry fee?

Your entry fee guarantees a fantastic night with all sorts of event and fundraising goodies including:
  • Event t-shirt – which you must walk in (pick your t-shirt up on the night from the registration desk)
  • Personalised bib with unique walker number and bag tag
  • An entry pack with glow goodies and your walk map
  • Kids Best Dressed competiton
  • Entertainment and FREE dessert for the kids at the event hub afterwards 
  • PLUS a special keepsake collected at the finish line

*Kids under 12 are free, therefore you do not need to pay a registration fee or register them via the event website.

Children under 12 do not receive an event T-Shirt or Walk Pack as they do not pay registration, however there is still plenty for the little ones including free face painting & balloon twisting along with a dress up competition; best dressed will win a $200 Bright Star Kids voucher. 

Plus, if you like, you can order a kid's T-shirt online. Purchase yours here.

If you would like to create a profile for your child (under 12 years) to fundraise for the Miracle Moon Walk, contact [email protected]

'Stroll with Redsbaby' Competition - Terms and Conditions

PRIZE: One registered participant of the Miracle Moon Walk 2024 will receive one x Redsbaby AERON Pram (valued at $999).

COMPETITION: Closes: 1 April 2024, midnight.

ENTRY: All registrations submitted between 1 September 2023 and midnight 1 April 2024 will be automatically entered into the draw (note: this only includes participants who have stated that they will have kids attending).


  • The winner will be announced via social media and contacted via phone and email. The winner will be responsible for confirming their child’s age/s. The winner MUST have a child under the age of 3 years. Miracle Babies Foundation will draw the winner on April 5 April 2024, and the winner has until Tuesday 9 April 2024 to respond. If the winner does not meet the competition criteria, then another winner will be drawn. The prize will be presented to the winner at the Miracle Moon Walk on Saturday 13 April 2024.
  • The winner agrees to being photographed with the pram at the start line of the Miracle Moon Walk, prior to the walk commencing.
  • The winner agrees for photographs from the event being used by Redsbaby on their channels, including social media.

PROMOTER DETAILS: The Promoter is Miracle Babies Foundation ABN: 14137434596.

What happens if the event is cancelled?

If for any reason the event must be cancelled, or you are unable to attend due to COVID restrictions, then registrations will be refunded. This is registration fee paid to attend the event (and excludes donations through your own fundraising efforts).

Due to the nature of charity donations and because Miracle Babies Foundation regularly remits funds to our programs and services, we are under no obligation to give refunds on donations. Decisions on refunds under extraordinary circumstances will be at the discretion of Miracle Babies Foundation’s management.

If a donation is refunded, the associated tax receipt is no longer valid so it should be securely destroyed. Please note it is your responsibility to submit only correct receipts to the Australian Tax Office.

Sponsorship Opportunities

There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available, view the packages here. If you are interested in discussing potential sponsorship for this year's Miracle Moon Walk, please get in touch with [email protected] or call 02 9724 8999.


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