Sharks Buddies set to launch

To mark International Day of Disability we’re excited to announce we’ll be at Miranda’s Centenary Park along with players from Cronulla Sharks as we celebrate the official launch of Sharks Buddies.

Starting at 10am on Saturday December 3, we’ll also be appearing alongside Sutherland Shire Council, Ability Links and Lifestart for a day of “inclusive celebration for people of all abilities”.

We’ve a number of gig buddies joining us and we’re throwing the invites open. If you’re at a loose end and would like to get a selfie with the NRL trophy, meet a few Sharks’ players and find out more about the partnership, feel free to come and say hello.

Centenary Park is approximately a 10 minute walk from Miranda train station and the day concludes at 1pm.

Should you have any questions about the event or if you're keen on coming along, please get in touch.

Matthew Collins

Gig Buddies Sydney Social Media Coordinator

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