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The Happy Walk

July 17, 2014

Terra Lalirra is on a one woman walk around Australia to generate greater awareness of depression and prevent suicide through understanding, community support and discussion. Over 7 years Terra hopes to raise $1m for Lifeline Australia.

Terra Lalirra in the Nullarbor with her Mont Moondance 1 Tent

Terra is currently walking across the Nullarbor with the help of her Mont Moondance 1 Tent and Brindabella Sleeping Bag.

You can learn more about this journey and see more great photos at The Happy Walk website.

And to give donations to this great cause see the donation page.

Terra Lalirra on the Happy Walk with her Moondance 1 Tent and Brindabella Sleeping Bag

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