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Nudie presents The Sydney Skinny. Embrace your sense of adventure in this all-ticketed, spectator-free swim from a beautiful secluded beach at Middle Head, proudly supporting Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife.
Event Ends
Mar 19, 2017 at 12:30PM
Registrations Close
Mar 12, 2017 at 8:40AM
Registrations for this event are now closed.

Cure Brain Cancer events fund vital research

By taking part in this event you will be helping us fund innovative brain cancer research, including bringing world-class clinical trials to Australia. Help us get new treatments to patients faster. Find out more about this event.

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The naked ocean swim that’s not about nudity

A truly unique and joyous event. Challenge yourself, use it as a precursor to a life change, or just use it to celebrate life and all that is good in the world. Join us for this epic and inclusive dip that sheds pretences along with clothes - no matter your shape, size, gender, religion, ethnicity, sexualtiy, financial status or physical ability.

Embrace your sense of adventure in this all-ticketed, spectator-free swim from a beautiful secluded beach at Middle Head - Sydney Harbour National Park. Only the swim itself is nude. Choose between a 300 and 900m course and choose a timed wave that suits you. Register to swim here.

And even better, you can take this opportunity to raise funds for The Sydney Skinny's official charity partners Cure Brain Cancer Foundation and Foundation for National Parks & Wildlife.

Start fundraising and donate here
Start your 'Sydney Skinny' fundraising page to raise funds for Cure Brain Cancer's vital research projects into new treatment options for brain cancer. Or sponsor a friend doing the 'nudie' or just donate to the campaign.
 

Cobblers BeachMIDDLE HEAD, NSW, 2088`

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Cure Brain Cancer
02 9550 5244

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Name: Cure Brain Cancer
Phone: 02 9550 5244
Category: Third Party Events
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