We are fortunate to be able to host the New Zealand Oxfam Trailwalker in an iconic part of New Zealand. Chances are you will be taken aback not only by its beauty and astonishing landscapes, but also the hospitality and welcoming nature of the local community. Teams of four start, stay and finish together, walking (or running) across 50km or 100km of breath-taking Whakatāne terrain. A key feature of the event is that it’s not a relay. As a team, you will support each other every step of the way as you raise vital funds for Oxfam’s development work in the Pacific.

Oxfam Trailwalker was originally set up by the elite Queen’s Gurkha Signals Regiment in 1981 as a military exercise to test teamwork, endurance and determination. It is now part of an international series, raising more than $190 million globally and is one of the most fulfilling, challenging experiences you may face in a lifetime.

21-22 March Whakatane