WALK FOR YES 16 and 17 September

14 September, 2023

As we edge closer to the Voice to Parliament referendum, campaigning is well underway across the country.

This weekend a national event is being held by the Yes23 campaign – Walk for Yes will take place in all major cities on September 16 and 17, as well as regional events being held.

The Walk for Yes is an opportunity to show how positive and unifying this moment can be and people are invited to come together in support before the referendum. 

Please find information below with the events being held across NSW and in ACT – further information is available here: Walk for Yes – Yes23

DateLocationAddressStart time
Saturday 16 SeptemberEDEN-MONAROCnr Campbell & Park Streets, QUENBEYAN11:00AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberBATHURSTCnr Williams Street and Stanley Street, BATHURST1:00PM
Sunday 17 SeptemberBRAIDWOODRyrie Park, BRAIDWOOD11:00AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberCENTRAL COASTNorth Entrance Carpark THE ENTRANCE NORTH11:30AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberEDEN4381 Princes HWY, BROADWATER2:00PM
Sunday 17 SeptemberFORSTER-TUNCURRYHead Street, FORSTER1:45PM
Sunday 17 SeptemberNAROOMACentenary Drive, NAROOMA1:15PM
Sunday 17 SeptemberNEWCASTLENewcastle Museum, 6 Workshop Way NEWCASTLE10:30AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberORANGECook Park, Summer Street ORANGE11:00AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberPORT MACQUARIEAlban Place, Northern end of Town Beach Carpark, PORT MACQUARIE11:00AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberSOUTHERN HIGHLANDSThe Park outside Bowral Swimming Centre, near the Vietnam War Memorial.
Oxley Drive, BOWRAL
Sunday 17 SeptemberSYDNEYRedfern Park, Redfern St REDFERN1:30PM
Sunday 17 SeptemberTAREEVictoria Street, TAREE10:00AM
Sunday 17 SeptemberWOLLONGONGReddall Reserve East near Kyiong Beach, Entrance Street
Sunday 17 SeptemberCANBERRANorthwest Grounds of the National Library of Australia, Parkes Pl W Canberra, ACT11:00AM

To help navigate the referendum process, NSWALC resources: The Voice.


We pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of the lands where we work as well as across the lands we travel through. We also acknowledge our Elders past, present and emerging.

Artwork Credit: Craig Cromelin, from a painting he did titled, "4 favourite fishing holes". It is a snippet of his growing years on the Lachlan River, featuring yabby, turtle, fish and family.