Karingal is a not-for-profit organisation providing a range of services for people with a disability or mental illness, older Australians and those who are disadvantaged. Karingal commenced in 1952 with a group of Geelong parents who formed a play group for their children, each with a disability. These parents wished to provide the chance for their children to have lives that would be fulfilling and would realise their abilities. Today Karingal comprises of a nine member Board, over 1300 staff and over 150 volunteers. Karingal is an Aboriginal word meaning 'happy home' or 'happy hut'.

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Special Prizes to be Won!!

Dear Hundred Hole Supporters,

Pasta up!!!!

Less than 36 hours until we walk our first hole in very first 100 Hole Hike Downunder.

Over $4,000 worth of prizes to be won for pledges

We have a generous supporter base who have offered us some tremendous prizes to be won by some of the lucky people who have generously and kindly sponsored us guys downunder for the 100 Hole Hike -

Time to rest up - 3 days to go....

Training for the 100Hole Hike has finished for most of us - had a get together BBQ tonight (with Steve and Sophie) to plan our attack for 100 holes in what is forecast to be a very hot day at this

Momentum is building...

Articles in both the Geelong Advertiser and The Echo today about our Hike next Thursday - boys are all getting excited:

7 days to go!!!

Inside the last week now and the team is ready to go.


54 holes scheduled for today in preparation for the big day on the 24th...

The Challenge is on

One day after electing to participate in the hundred hole hike I thought to myself "what have I got myself in for?" With the benefit of time and talking with some of the guys I can't wait to take u

First 10 hole practice round @ 13th Beach Golf Links, Australia

Craig Fagan & I finished our first 10 hole practice round in 1 hour 2 minutes @ 13th Beach Golf Links on the Creek Course.

HHH DOWNUNDER -green light! 6 weeks to go and counting...

Thursday 24 January 2013 is Hundred Hole Hike Downunder day - 100+ golf holes in one day...yes walking!


Golfers Supporting This Cause

Brett Morrissy

Brad Quinn

David Thomas

Sean Walsh

Craig Fagan

David Board

Wes King

Murray Gregg

Kathy Bell

Darren Knabel

Jason O'Meara

Adam Shawcross

Phil Shay

Paul Minne

Rodney Baer

Shaun Ridgeway

Jen Le Cerf

Lee Govan

Deyen Lawson

David Kirk

Nathan Hunt

Greg King

Frank Fowler

Maurice Ashworth

Steve Jones

Mark Ogden

Simon Jackson

Greg Smith

Matt Olsson

Josh Fisher

Stuart Cooper

Jonathan Feldman

Michael Callinan

Sean Stryker

Matthew Silk

Alex Baird

Robert Taylor

Michael Tyndall

Aaron Cox

Rowan Costin

Michael Wasley

Chris Loverso

Adam Varmalis

Trevor Syme

Mick Hurtsfield

Kevin Newton

James Eipper

Luke Eipper

Tim McLelland

Darren Gill

Brian Humphries

Scott Steer

Adam Royce

Mike Fleming

Jaimie Sims

Nigel Venamore

Mark van Hamond

Matthew Pitt

Peter Thomas

Justin Rogan

Tony Sedunary

Vicky Thomas

Alan Woodroffe

Ben Wells

Laurie Begni

Raj Marfatia

Cameron Geason

Chris Tetley

Chris Adams

Adam Conquest

Denise Hibbert

Dean Lobbe

Patrick Lockie

Sean O'Neill

Chace Rankin

Mark Waldron