Westpac Tour 202

They've done it! 

What an incredible Westpac 202 Tour! The 3rd year of riding to cure cancer, cycling 380kms in 3 days, educating school kids on how to prevent cancer and raising an amazing $1.3 million.

In Australia there is a gap between how much cancer research the government can fund, and requests for funding. It may have been a hard ride, but the Westpac 202 team have made a substantial contribution towards Australian cancer research, prevention and awareness programs. We’re so proud to partner with Westpac. Thank you to everyone who has made this Tour so special. Every dollar raised makes an incredible difference.

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Total funds raised across three annual events $3.7million

Tour 202, 2019 - $1.3million
Tour 201, 2018 - $1.3million
Tour 200, 2017 - $1.1million

Our history of making a difference

In March 2017, coinciding with Westpac’s 200th anniversary, Westpac and Tour de Cure teamed up to launch the inaugural Westpac Tour 200 – a ride aiming to raise $500,000 for cancer research, support and prevention.

The team left Sydney, headed to Bowral, onto Wollongong and back to finish in Sydney's CBD alongside the Westpac offices.

With the support of colleagues, family and friends, the tour exceeded expectations and raised over $1 million.

Backing up in March 2018, Westpac 201 saw the partnership between Westpac and Tour de Cure continue to grow, expanding to two 3-day tours which raised vital funds to support those who have been affected by cancer, whether directly or indirectly.

This amazing team did it again and even exceeded their previous goal by raising over $1.1 million.

$828,419.33 funds raised

See the highlights from Westpac Tour 200 as well as Westpac Tour 201

Staff trained and fundraised for months.  Some of the stories and riders were truly inspirational.