The Kuringgai Chase is a wonderful event showing what can be done with determination and hard work, helping to raise money for charity and create a great community spirit.
'The Chase is all about connecting with the local community and the “Oh Mighty Kokoda’s” epitomise this spirit as well as leading the charge in fundraising for the event! We wanted to share their story!
Following the success of the 2014 event, a group of neighbours have got together to participate as a group in the 2015 fun run and raise funds for Special Olympics Sydney Upper North Shore'
The 2015 Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run with Virgin Active Australia held from Deewhy to Manly on the morning of Saturday the 31st of January, Throughout the video we follow the Who Dares team in setting up and the operation of the traffic control plans and management throughout the day. Getting a glimpse in to the life of what goes on behind such a large event as this and in to the daily life of the Who Dares team.
The Sun Run has been going for 4 years and 5,500 people partook in the race this year Swedish athlete Andreas Ahwall won the Sydney Morning Herald Sun Run in 31 minutes and 15 seconds almost $100,000 in donations was made through the race
The Chinese New Year Parade in Sydney is boasted as being the largest New Year Parade outside of China, and it is mighty spectacular. This video has been made for Who Dares Traffic Control, showing what events they get up to.
This year (2015) was the Chinese New Year of the Sheep/ Goat;
'Join us on a discovery of all things Sheep during this year’s spectacular Twilight Parade, with magical lanterns, floats and projections lighting up our city streets and buildings in a woolly celebration of this special creature.'