Stopping in at Caves, Bailey is partway through her 5000km Trek along the East Coast of Australia.


Celebrating A Caves Beach Milestone.

Please join us on Friday evening, 26th of August at Caves Beach Surf Club, to enjoy a congratulations beverage, for local girl, Bailey Seamer who has been trekking from Wilson’s Promontory, Victoria and will have safely reached Caves Beach on foot by next week on her way to Cape York, Queensland.

In support of the Black Dog Institute, Bailey Seamer has been walking along the East Coast of Australia which has been an aspiration of hers for many years and for which her dream is finally becoming a reality since kicking her journey off in May.

Bailey’s night of celebration begins at 6pm and we have the venue available until 11:30pm.

Light catering will be provided and the bar is open for drinks!

The generosity and kindness of the human spirit that Bailey has experienced has been overwhelming and incredibly heartening.

Your interest and support has been hugely appreciated by us all and we welcome you for an evening of laughter, fun and farewell’s as we give her lots of encouragement before she hits the road again heading north towards the Cape.

Hugs, Fiona, Scott & Phoebe Seamer XOX


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