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This February, the Red Nose MusselRowers will attempt to become the first ever all-female rowing team to cross one of the most treacherous bodies of water in Australia - the Bass Strait!
The team will row over 320kms in very challenging conditions to raise money for Red Nose, helping to fund life-saving research and support services for bereaved families.
Donate below and leave your message of support for these incredible women.
MusselRowers live GPS tracking
The trip is set to take 7-8 full days of rowing, ranging from 40 to 70 km per day. The MusselRowers will be camping on small islands dotting the eastern limit of the Strait along the way.
See the full journey below or follow their progress on the live GPS map (updated every 5 minutes).
Why the MusselRowers are supporting Red Nose...
Red Nose is Australia’s leading authority on safe sleep and safer pregnancy advice, as well as bereavement support for anyone affected by the death of a baby or child.
In Australia, 3000 babies and young children still die suddenly and unexpectedly each year, and 1 in 4 pregnancies ends in miscarriage.
The MusselRowers want to ensure 24/7 support is always available for grieving families, and that vital-research can be funded to find the answer as to why babies and children die suddenly and unexpectedly.