Zombie walk is coming to Yamba! Come along, bring your friends and family, and dress up to support youth mental health!
Register and arrive at 2.30pm. The walk starts at 3pm (meet at Turners Beach) and ends at Ford Park Yamba. There is music, stalls and free entertainment until 6.30pm. To register a Zombie group – please complete online registration at
Alternatively, you can register on the day at 2.30pm Turners Beach Yamba.
In partnership, Clarence Valley Council Community Development (Youth), Clarence Youth Action group, On Track Community Programs and OTCP Clear Minds will be organising the Yamba Zombie Walk on the 28th of October from 3.00pm till 6.30pm as part of Mental Health Month with a specific focus on promoting positive mental health and wellbeing.
If you, your service or business would like to take part in this event. Message Clarence Valley Youth page to express your interest, or alternatively, call 0428 420 908.
Mental Health month aims to activate, educate and engage the community about mental health through a week of interactive events across the state including an official launch, community festivals, art exhibitions, music, theatre and seminars.
Why are we holding this event?
Promote the importance of mental health in our everyday lives and encourages help seeking behaviours when needed
Connect young people and community members with information about the services that are available to them.
Support local young talent by providing opportunities for young people 12-25 years to perform at the event.
Provide positive and engaging face to face interaction between youth, community and local service providers and community based organisations.
Break down the barriers between young people and services with the aim to encourage help seeking.
Help young people to feel connected and supported in our community by promoting a sense of acceptance, inclusion, belonging and connectedness.
Provide young people and community members with information about youth specific health mental services and positive strategies Create ongoing partnerships between education, health and local service providers.
Creating opportunities for fun, engaging, youth led projects that young people want to be part of.
So come along, bring your family and friends, and dress up to support youth mental health!