We're taking part in the Krazy Kosci Klimb!

It's a once in a lifetime opportunity for people living with cerebral palsy to reach the top of Australia! 

Join our team in supporting this life changing initiative.

Why donate?

The funds raised from Krazy Kosci Klimb support the Accessible Gym and Sports Program at Cerebral Palsy Alliance, providing essential funding for qualified exercise physiologists and the purchase of specialised equipment that supports exercise and sporting programs for teenagers and adults with intellectual and physical disabilities.

About the event

The Krazy Kosci Klimb is an empowering challenge event for young people living with cerebral palsy or other disability. Open to people from the age of 12, the event is centred on 20 lead participants, each assisted by their support teams, walking the summit track from Charlotte Pass to the top of Mount Kosciuszko.


We would love to have your support.

My Achievements

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Received My First Donation

Reached My Fundraising Goal

Our Krazy Kosci Journey

First practice walk

Team Ethan took their first pratice walk on Saturday 30 of November, alongĀ Curl Curl and Dee Why coast

Thank you to my Sponsors


Aubrey Sonnenberg

Great cause!


Nexon Asia Pacific Pty Ltd.

Money raised from Bunnings Sausage Sizzle. Well done Nexon for participating in such a great cause. Go Team Ethan!



Nexon is proud to support the Krazy Kosci Klimb as a Team Sponsor.


Abdul Samad




Donna Hughes

Good luck Mal. Go hard or go home!


David Rodriguez

Have an amazing hike to the top of Kosci, it's beautiful up there and a great achievement to reach the summit


Justin Bailey

Enjoy the amazing experience


Ryan Walker

Go Team


Roberta Redondo

I'm happy to help, since I couldn't go the sausage sizzle day. Great initiative Nexon.


Saba Maroun




Elvio Onofri


Sujan Kansakar


Mark Rettig


Bob Sonter

Good on you Mark - a great cause and a great walk. I happened to be up there the same day as the Krazy Kosci Klimb about 4 years ago when I was training for a trek in the Himalayas. Had never heard of it, but was inspiring to see


David Rettig

Good luck, Mark! Very proud of you mate šŸ˜Š


Greg Jenkins

It's a great cause Abdul - enjoy the walk !


Francesca Calandra