“There are real indications that MPs are not listening to the 86% of people who want this law or the evidence supporting the urgent need, heard by the 18-month parliamentary inquiry,” she warned. “People must make their voice heard if they want this choice not to suffer.”
Belinda said memories of her mother and words of encouragement from supporters had helped her stay focused over the past 70 days.
“Along my journey I have met so many people with similar stories. Their willingness to share their experiences has buoyed and inspired me to work even harder for this reform.
“Just when I start to feel a little isolated, I receive another visitor or message of support, and I know I’m not alone.”
Belinda’s last week of walking will take her through Harvey (30 July); Waroona (31 July); Mandurah (1 Aug); Rockingham (2 Aug); and Armadale (3 Aug) before reaching Fremantle on 4 August. She will then walk through southern Perth to arrive on the steps of Parliament House.
MANDURAH MEET AND GREET: Thursday 1 August, 5.30 – 6.30pm Mandurah Oceanic Bar and Grill, 4 The Palladio, Mandurah WA 6210
FREMANTLE MEET AND GREET: Sunday 4 August, 5.30 – 6.30pm Freo Social, Parry St, Fremantle WA 6160
WALK THE FINAL KILOMETRE WITH BELINDA 11:30am – Meet at Kings Park (opposite Fraser’s restaurant) 12:00pm – Depart 12:30pm – Arrival at Parliament House
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