Benjamin Walton

My chosen distance target: 96km.

My Activity Tracking



Goal to Kokoda


You’ve conquered Kokoda!

Please help support my 96km challenge to save lives

This March, I am conquering 96km to support Soldier On's lifesaving mental health services and to honour our brave veterans and their families.

Why 96kms? Because that's the length of the Kokoda Track to symbolise the courage and sacrifice of our service members.

Please March On with me and support my challenge, and together we can save lives.

$37 can fund a peer support session to 3 veterans, giving a safe and supportive space and an important first step in gaining the help they need.

Thanks so much for your support and wish me luck!

My Achievements

I added a profile pic

Made a personal donation to my page

Shared my page on my social media

I received my first donation

$75 to fund a peer support session for six veterans to reconnect with their community

$160 to fund a psychology session to help a veteran on the path to recovery

$500 to fund a Pathways networking event for 25 veterans to help them secure employment

I reached my fundraising target!

I have completed 34.8km and reached Menari in the Kokoda track!

I have completed 63km and reached Templeton's Crossing in the Kokoda track!

I have completed 72km and reached Eora Creek in the Kokoda track!

I have completed 96km, the length of the Kokoda Track!

My Updates

Please help

Thursday 4th Feb
Good afternoon friends and family.. 

This year I have decided to partake in the soldier on 96km challenge. My goal is to raise $500 throughout the month of March with all proceeds going to solder on to help current and veteran soldiers and families. 

I myself served for 7 years and have struggled and still do with mental health issues and adjusting to life outside of the military.. 

Every donation helps and is greatly appreciated.. 

Thank you so much.

Thank you to my Sponsors




Nicholas Goodall









Smash it out mate!


Wendy Ball


Murray Parkinson

Great effort.


Carlene From Killara

Super well done, thank you for doing this! All the best with it. x






Rachel Wilson

Amazing job Benjamin. Thank for sharing your journey through this. It must be incredibly hard but humanising mental illness can help many. Keep up the good work.


Chris Rantall


Krammer Family