Register NowSupport a Walker or Team

Fundraising Leaderboards


The Queensland Legal Walk unites communities to walk together and raise vital funds to ensure all Queenslanders have access to the legal system.

Join us!

Date: 14 May 2019
Time: 6.30 am for 7 am start
Locations: Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Mackay, Sunshine Coast, Toowoomba, and Townsville.

The walk in Brisbane will be led by the Honourable Catherine Holmes, Chief Justice of Queensland and the Honourable Yvette D'Ath, Minister for Justice and Minister for Training and Skills Attorney-General. Our wonderful ‘Justice Cups’ will again be awarded to the top individual and team fundraisers.

The fundraising target for this year’s Walk is $150,000. Additionally, 10 per cent of donations from across the state will support those affected with legal issues from the recent Townsville floods.

We hope that every registered Walker will raise or donate at least $100 to help those who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, people with mental illness, refugees and self-represented litigants. Your fundraising efforts will help LawRight continue to assist these vulnerable individuals and help remove the barriers to justice that reinforce poverty and exclusion.

Click here to register now

$40 per adult and $30 for students.

Team Registrations

Many of the team pages for 2019 are now in place, you can join a team while registering . We can also assist with the creation of new team pages.

Please email for assistance.

If you are unable to join the walk you can make a donation here.

Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you and your colleagues at the 2019 Queensland Legal Walk!


5 km

Starting outside the Supreme Courts on the corner of George and Tank Streets, Brisbane, the Walk heads south along George Street, through the CBD and into the Botanic Gardens. After crossing the Goodwill Bridge the walk then turns north as we walk along the river at Southbank before crossing the Brisbane River once more and finishing back at the courts. Afterwards we will have light snacks and coffee along with a short presentation and awards.

Gold Coast

3.7 km

Starting and finishing outside the Southport District Court, our Gold Coast route heads out along Nerang Street for a walk along the Broadwater to Sundale Bridge and back.


4.8 km

Commencing by the playground at the north end of the Cairns Esplanade, the walk heads south alongside the water before returning through the parkland.


3.8 km

Starting and finishing on the corner of Flinders and Stanley Streets, the route heads along Flinders Street to ANZAC park. Walking through the parkland, the route then turns around at Gregory Street and returns to the starting point.


3.2 km

Commencing at the Toowoomba Magistrates Court, the route takes and anticlockwise turn around Queens Park, before finishing near the playground.

Sunshine Coast

5 km

Starting at the Cenotaph on The Esplanade, the route heads along to the beach walk on Alexandra Parade. Walking south and skirting the caravan park, the walk turns back at the Alex Skate Park and returns to the Cenotaph along the same route.


5 km

Starting and finishing at the Courthouse, the route consists of a loop around the beautiful Blue Water Trail.

Making an impact with pro bono

Discover the difference that support from the walk can make as we discuss how lawyers impact clients through pro bono volunteering with LawRight. Special thank you to Encircle.

Meet Our Supporters


LawRight improves the lives of people who are vulnerable by providing access to justice – including those who experience homelessness or mental health concerns, are refugees, self-represented litigants or those who need civil law representation.

Without LawRight, clients can’t secure housing, income and legal rights, participate confidently in the justice system or improve their well-being.

LawRight connects with clients through on-line, state-wide intake or through direct contact with clients at hospitals, health, homelessness and community services across Queensland.

LawRight is a partnership with private law firms, barristers, law schools and other community, health and justice stakeholders to provide efficient, effective, evidence-based solutions to community problems.

LawRight resources the community with innovative tools to access justice, including the Legal Health Check, Legalpedia, training for community workers and on-line videos.

Each year, LawRight assists thousands of vulnerable people in partnership with the Queensland legal profession, who provide more than 25,000 hours of pro bono services.

For more information please visit:


Donate to LawRight