Tour de Cure raises vital funds to support the researchers, surgeons and clinicians who dedicate their lives to finding a cure for cancer.
Through our magical, challenging and inspirational events we raise money to fund the boldest research, the most talented scientists and the ground-breaking projects that we believe will have the biggest impact on cancer.

From humble beginnings in 2007, the Tour de Cure community has grown to become a national movement of thousands of people, walking, running, riding and swimming to raise awareness and inspire support in the fight to cure cancer.

The generosity of our supporters has enabled us to raise $75 million, fund 563 cancer projects, educate 175,000 school children on how to prevent cancer and we’re proud to have contributed to 50 scientific cancer breakthroughs.

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Tour de Cure and Woolworths Group celebrate milestone 50th research breakthrough in the fight against cancer.

04 October 2021
Media release Tour de Cure and Woolworths Group celebrate milestone 50th research breakthrough in the fight against cancer Monday, 4 October 2021: Tour de Cure has achieved its fiftieth cancer research breakthrough, made possible by the support of Woolworths Group’s team members and partners. The breakthrough relates to a new treatment for secondary bone cancers (osteosarcomas) where the cancer has spread from the bones to other parts of the body. ... READ MORE >
Tour de Cure and Woolworths Group celebrate milestone 50th research breakthrough in the fight against cancer.

OAM Announcement

14 June 2021
Tour de Cure is proud and delighted to have three (3) recipients of the Order of Australia Medal:Geoff Coombes OAM, Co-Founder and Business Development Director.Bruno Maurel OAM, Founding and Current Chairman.Mark Beretta OAM, Board Member, Rider and Seven Network Presenter.  These are the first ever Tour de Cure (TDC) members to receive such honours, recognising their years of relentless work in funding cancer research, support and prevention.  Geoff Coombes was ... READ MORE >
OAM Announcement

SA will receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

08 April 2021
SA will receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure 140 riders and support crew from Tour de Cure have raised $435,000 through fundraising efforts over the last 12 months. This money will go directly to Cancer Research projects in South Australia. The 2021 Tour de Cure (TdC) SA Discovery Tour kicks off from Clare on Friday 9th April. The riders will cycle more than 400kms through South Australia’s Clare ... READ MORE >
SA will receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

South Australia to receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure

07 April 2021
South Australia to receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure 140 riders and support crew from Tour de Cure have raised $435,000 through fundraising efforts over the last 12 months. This money will go directly to cancer research projects in South Australia.  The 2021 Tour de Cure (TdC) SA Discovery Tour kicks off from Clare on Friday 9th April. The riders will cycle around 400kms through South Australia’s ... READ MORE >
South Australia to receive $435,000 for cancer research from Tour de Cure