A warm welcome from Canberra’s transplant community

Don’t just take our word for it, hear from the locals ready to welcome you this October to the beautiful Canberra.
Vicki has been involved with Transplant Australia since 2010 and she’s thrilled to welcome the transplant community back to Canberra this October.
Liver recipient, Bradley has been competing in the Australian Transplant Games since he was a child. Now a father himself, he is excited to welcome the Australian transplant community back to Canberra for the first time since 2010. What makes it extra special is that Australia’s elite sports training facility, the Australian Institute of Sport will host many of the sports of the 2024 Australian Transplant Games.
Young bone marrow recipient, Ariana, and her mother Rebecca can’t wait to attend their very first Australian Transplant Games this October and meet other transplant families. The fact that the Games are in their hometown of Canberra makes it extra special.
Following a life-saving bone marrow transplant, Kate found that participating in the Transplant Games was a significant milestone in her recovery. Now Kate is ready to welcome you to her beautiful hometown of Canberra for the 2024 Australian Transplant Games.

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