Get the most out of life.

Get the most out of life.

Meet Jack.

Jack has cerebral palsy spastic paraplegia. He and his team aim for everyone - whatever their challenges - to get the most out of life. Throughout his adventures to date, Jack and his team have raised over $100,000 for Australian not-for-profit organisations.

Be "Just Like Jack".

Whatever your challenges you can run marathons, kayak over 600km or hike the Overland Track. Jack’s life and his adventures aren’t about what he can’t do, they’re about how - with a little help from those around him - he can do just about anything.

Just Like Jack is a group of volunteers that are dedicated to helping Jack and other children with disabilities experience adventures they never thought possible. No matter your ability with the right team, support and positive attitude you can achieve anything - Be "Just Like Jack."

More about Jack
Jack's Adventures

Our Mission.

The Just like Jack community enables children with disabilities and their families to experience adventures and get the most out of life.

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Thanks to Our Chair Sponsors

Thanks to those who donated money for the purchase of our running chairs.

Overland Jack

Jack's last adventure was tackling the Overland Track in central Tasmania in 2015, carried on his Dad's back and supported by a dedicated team of family and friends. The Overland Jack adventure was made into a documentary by Southern Cross.

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Proud Sponsor and Partner of Just Like Jack

Zest have been supporting Jack, Chris, Erin and the rest of their family and friends since their first big adventure - Kayak Jack. We are so very proud to continue to support and help drive this wonderful concept.

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Launceston 10

The Launceston 10 was the first official event of the new JustLikeJack group. It was an amazing day, with fun had by all – kids, parents, pushers, all involved. A beautiful day with the most important result – six amazing kids having lots of fun on their adventure that was the Launceston Ten 2017.

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