18 October 2019, 12pm - 3pm

Rydges Campbelltown
15 Old Menangle Road


Let's start talking mental health.

Lifeline Macarthur's Men's Long Lunch is just that, a social occasion that brings men together and puts mental health on the table. It's a time to share stories and experiences with other men on a Friday, at lunchtime. Last year's event was a complete sell out, so don’t miss out, book now. (P.S Both men and women are welcome.)

Your attendance, donations and support enable us to provide crisis support and suicide prevention services to our local community. Help support men in Macarthur living with mental illness. 

Price includes:

·  Complimentary drink on arrival

·  Gourmet Canape Lunch

·      Casual seating - no allocated seats

·         Live entertainment

Remember, every donation helps us save lives.  If you can't attend our Men’s Long Lunch, please click here to make a donation. Or, if you're interested in sponsoring the Men's Long Lunch, click here to get in touch.

Meet our Guest Speakers:



Pete Wilson

A long distance endurance runner, discovered he had a serious heart condition, forcing him to give up his passion for running. We’ll hear Pete’s story of survival and success.



Erik Horrie

At the age of 21,  was involved in a car accident that left him with paraplegia. Erik will share his story of triumph and success on the global sporting stage as a paralympian.


Allan Sparkes

Allan is a member of the NSW Police Mental Health Intervention Training team and the Commission’s Suicide Prevention Advisory Group. Allan will be sharing his insights on mental health and its impact on men in our community.

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Last updated: 4 October 2019