Support Caves Beach Local, Bailey as she treks over 5000km along the East Coast of Australia.
One Step for Mental Health.
Trekking from Wilson’s promontory to Cape York Penninsula in 12 months fundraising for the black dog Institute, Bailey Seamers is taking her first step on a 5000km trekking journey.
Bailey’s ambitious goal of walking the East Coast of Australia stems from her personal journey living with bipolar disorder.
Through adaptation and management, Bailey has developed tools for mental health which can benefit many of us, with hiking & connecting with nature being a major component.
Coupled with a strong desire to provide all she can to others, her dream is to assist with education while encouraging a pragmatic and open attitude surrounding mental health.
A simple idea quickly evolved into her mission with the intention of sharing her story to inspire others & raise funds for mental health.
“The walk is a metaphor of life with bipolar and reflects my own personal journey. It will be tough and long. There will be good days and bad. Uphill battles and downhill slides, with the mentality of just putting one foot in front of the other and taking one day at a time to conquer the bigger goal.”
As a strong community, at Caves Beach Connect we are getting behind Bailey to support her on her mammoth task and you can to by checking out her website and supporting Bailey where you can.
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