At The Compound - Whatever It Takes
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Challenge yourself and do ‘Whatever It Takes’ to complete the 5km track with over 3o obstacles at The Compound whilst raising some much-needed funds for Melanoma Cancer!


Team Challenge!


The course is best completed in a team of 3 or 4, each registering individually but completing the course together on the day – so go on, sign up now and convince a few mates to join you!
Don’t have a full team? Don’t sweat it, we’ll be able to group you on the day.

Cost & Details

$45 each

Saturday 11th Feb

80 Hunts Rd, Tuerong (on the Mornington Peninsula)

8.45am registration & briefing for a 9.30am start 



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What you’re in for…

The Cause


In March 2017, Michael, Ben and Amy Rolls, (Jake’s father & siblings and the Whatever It Takes Committee) will be joining Melanoma survivor and Melanoma Institute Australia’s Jay Allen in the longest Melanoma March. Jay will be walking from Brisbane to Sydney and Michael, Ben and Amy will be joining him for a leg of 24km – and helping him do Whatever It Takes to complete his march. Every single dollar raised for the march will help Melanoma Institute Australia fund vital research to find a cure for melanoma.


Longest melanoma march

Can’t come along but still want to help?


If you can’t make it to Whatever It Takes at The Compound, you can still help by donating to our fundraising page via the link below. All money raised will go to The Longest Melanoma March and raise valuable funds for Melanoma research.