International Women's Day Youth Event 

World Record Breaking Rower Elenor Carey 

The Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre and Zonta Hervey Bay invites you to celebrate International Women's Day and hear the inspiring story of Elenor Carey, the first Australian woman to row across the Pacific.

This event is aimed at young people but all ages are invited to attend.

Elenor has an inspiring story about resilience that will be enjoyable and inspirational. Bookings essential. 

Date: Monday 8th March 2021

Time: 10am-11am (morning tea is included)

Cost: Free (bookings essential). For group bookings of more than 5 people please email [email protected]

Location: The Auditorium, University of Sunshine Coast Campus, 161 Old Maryborough Road Hervey Bay. (entry opposite campus cafe)

About Elenor Carey: 
Elenor spent over 62 days on the seas, joining two strangers, at the eleventh hour to compete in the 2018 Great Pacific Race after a crew member dropped out. All this while keeping her business, The Generator Bundaberg, going at home. Battling hurricanes, extreme sea sickness and sleep deprivation, the Pacific Terrific team rowed 4000km across the Pacific Ocean. They set not one, but two world records. Eleanor shares her experience of stepping into the unknown and the incredible power of consistency under extreme pressure. 

COVID19: All attendees must adhere to the following practices:

  • Stay at home if unwell or have a cough, fever, sore throat, fatigue or shortness of breath.
  • Seek assistance if becoming unwell during the event (locate security, event officials or first aid)
  • Maintaining physical distancing requirements is the individuals' responsibility

This youth event is a partnership between The Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre's Local Learning Hub and Zonta Hervey Bay District 22. The event is aimed at inspiring young people through storytelling and hearing the experiences of others. All ages and genders welcome to attend.

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