Brendan Walks Into Canberra
10 October 2017
After an epic 40 day trek from Melbourne, The Salvation Army’s Major Brendan Nottle will finally arrive at Canberra’s Parliament House on Monday 16th October with to meet with key government representatives to discuss the establishment of a national nonpartisan strategy to help end homelessness in Australia.
Joining Major Nottle on the last kilometre of his walk to Parliament House will be the Leader of the Opposition, Hon. Bill Shorten MP.
"I'm really proud of Brendan. This is an amazing thing he is doing. Homelessness is a national crisis that's too often hidden from view. We've got to do more. That means policies to make housing more affordable, help
Major Nottle will
At approximately 10.00am, Major Nottle will commence the last steps of his 700km walk from Old Parliament House to New Parliament house with the Hon. Bill Shorten MP.
The Salvos encourage all Aussies to support the Walk The Walk For The Homeless and get the Government’s attention by signing the petition on signforthehomeless.com.au.