Mini Relay Chinchilla 2022

Welcome! Relay For Life is an exciting community event that raises vital funds for the Cancer Council Queensland’s research, prevention, and patient support services. Relay is a chance for the Chinchilla community to support those going through a cancer experience, recognise and celebrate cancer survivors, and to honour and remember loved ones lost. Join the thousands of Australians who take part in Cancer Council’s Relay For Life each year and make strides towards a cancer free future. Start or join a team in the Chinchilla 2022 Mini Relay today! PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT IS ORGANISED BY THE CHINCHILLA LIONS CLUB AND CHINCHILLA VOLUNTEER BRANCH.


Adult Registration - $10
Youth Registraion - $5

*Youth aged 6-17
*Children aged 0-5 are free

All participants are encouraged to register online before the event. There will be limited on the day registrations available.

Important Event Timings

Opening Ceremony: TBC
Survivors & Carers Afternoon Tea: TBC
Candlelight Ceremony: TBC
Closing Ceremony: TBC

Information Session

Come find out more about the Chinchilla Relay For Life.

Join us to find out more how you can make a difference through participating in Relay For Life. Already participating? Come along and we can answer all your questions about the day.

More information to come shortly.


This year’s Relay For Life theme is still being decided. 


This year’s Relay awards are:

  • Highest Fundraising Team 
  • Highest School Fundraising Team 
  • Spirit of Relay 
  • Spirit of Relay

Find us on Social!

Connect with us on Chinchilla Relay Facebook Group to keep up-to-date. 

Everyone is invited to join Relay for Life and help create a cancer free future.


*Due to COVID-19 restrictions and Queensland government regulations, these events are subject to change. Cancer Council Queensland will notify participants if any changes occur.

We are taking additional measures throughout Relay to meet current COVID-19 restrictions and follow Queensland Government regulations and health advice.

What happens on the day?

Here's what to expect at Relay:

  • Opening Ceremony
  • Survivors and Carers Opening Lap
  • Candlelight Ceremony of Hope
  • Closing Ceremony
  • Entertainment - kid’s activities, live music and competitions 
  • Walking Track - keep those team members walking!

You are not required to stay on the track for the entire event, however, we encourage teams to have at least one person on the track at all times to get the most out of your Relay experience!

With your help, we’re getting closer to a cancer free future every minute, every hour, every day.

What to bring to Relay

Be sure to come to Relay prepared! Check the forecast the night before and dress for the weather.
Remember, Relay runs late and can be cold. Here’s a list of things that teams should be sure to have handy on the day:

  • Marquee(s) for your allocated site
  • Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen and lip balm
  • Your Relay For Life shirt (if you purchased a 2022 shirt, or have one from previous years)
  • Comfortable walking/running shoes
  • Warm clothing (pants, jackets, beanies, gloves, etc.)
  • Torch and spare batteries
  • Wet weather gear (raincoat, poncho, umbrella, etc.)
  • Folding chairs and tables
  • Plastic sheeting or rubber-backed rug (good on cold or damp ground)
  • Marquee decorations and team banners
  • Team costumes
  • Mobile phone to check in and to capture those special moments
  • Your team!

What not to bring

  • Pets (guide dogs and service dogs are welcome)
  • Bikes, scooters or roller blades/skates
  • Glass
  • Fundraising money that you want to bank (please bank any money prior to the event or the next business day after Relay)
  • Remember, Relay For Life is a smoke-free event. 

We are Australia’s leading cancer charity, working with and for the community across all cancers, for everyone affected by or concerned about cancer.


COVID-19 restrictions and requirements are regularly changing. Here at Cancer Council Queensland, we will follow the latest advice and guidelines from the Queensland Government to ensure the safety of everyone involved in Relay For Life in 2022.

What does Relay For Life look like in 2022?

We are excited to be bringing back physical events for all Queensland Relay For Life events in 2022. Each event will be required to adhere to COVID-19 regulations. After reviewing these regulations, Cancer Council Queensland has made the decision to reduce the event duration of Relay For Life in 2022. This means there will be no overnight events, and no events exceeding 12 hours in duration. This is for the safety of everyone attending the Relay, and to provide the best possible chance of hosting a physical event.

How are you going to manage COVID Safe check-in at events?

Relay For Life participants are encouraged to pre-register online before the event. There will be limited on the day registrations available. Supporters will be required to present their registration confirmation upon arrival to the event. If registering on the day, supporters will be required to proceed straight to the check-in desk to register.

What happens if there is a COVID-19 outbreak in the community in the lead up to the event?

It is possible that there will be a COVID-19 outbreak in the lead up to the event. Our team will do everything within our power to ensure that our community is safe. We will monitor all government advice and follow any direction and guidelines that are enforced by the government.

Can I Relay in my own home for 18hrs?

Of course! You are welcome to Celebrate, Remember and Fight Back from home.

Can I attend Relay and then continue on in my own home for the remainder of the 18hrs?

Sure, we encourage you to fundraise and support Relay For Life from home if you wish to do so.

Can I show up on the day and join a team? 

Yes, however this is not encouraged as there will be limited on the day registrations available. To avoid missing out we recommend registering online before the event.

What if I am a parent, teacher or youth supervisor?

In the past, parents, teachers and youth supervisors have attended Relay For Life events to watch their children and students for free and without registering. This will still be allowed in 2022, however, you will be required to register for the Relay For Life event prior to the event day.

Parents, teachers and youth supervisors can register through the website free of charge, by using a unique promo code that we can give you. Please reach out to our team at for more information.

Do I have to wear a mask?

All participants are encouraged to carry a mask, and to practice social distancing and good personal hygiene where possible. Masks will not be mandatory unless government regulations change in your area close to the date of your Relay. We will advise you of any changes as they arise.

Will we still have individual sites if it’s not an overnight event?

Yes. Sites will be allocated with a one person per 1.5m2 allocation for all 9-12hour events. Sites will be allocated in advance of the event date and each team will be allocated a check in time for the day.

Will there be first aid at the event?

Yes. There will be First Aid onsite for the entire event. If you become unwell during the event, please seek First Aid. Alternatively, see a CCQ employee, a committee volunteer or security for assistance. The location of First Aid will be confirmed closer to the event date.

Can we bring our own food?

We encourage participants to support the local food vendors at the event. Participants are allowed to bring their own food as long as it is prepared by them and is not to be shared.

Will on the day fundraising be available?

You are welcome to fundraise on the day, however, we do ask that on the day fundraising does not include any product for consumption, avoid cash handling and that participants continue to maintain 1.5 metre social distancing and hand sanitise when applicable. Each team will be provided a QR Code to their online fundraising page to collect donations on the day. Please remember that this is a cashless event.

What if I am feeling unwell just before the event?

If you are unwell and/or displaying any COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home and follow advice from the Queensland government regarding getting tested.

Our staff and volunteer committees are working hard to plan fun and successful physical Relay For Life events across the state.  We want to ensure these events are COVID Safe, to protect our participants and community.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions and Queensland government regulations, these events are subject to change. Cancer Council Queensland will notify participants if any changes occur.

Relay For Life may look a little different this year, but our purple power remains the same. We are committed to working towards a cancer free future, now, more than ever. 

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Thank you to our generous sponsors