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Southern Hemisphere


In 2019, for the first time, the Sri Chinmoy Oneness-Home Peace Run will encircle the entire globe in a calendar year, bringing the Peace Torch to every country of the Southern Hemisphere.
 

Region One – Australasia/Oceania (January – April)

Starting and finishing in Bali, the Torch will travel to Vanuatu, Timor Leste, Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea, in early February before commencing its Australian journey in Brisbane on 12 February, concluding in Melbourne on 1 March. From Melbourne, the Torch will fly to New Zealand where the route will cover the entire length of the nation from Cape Reinga at the northernmost point of the North Island (4 March), to Bluff at the southern extremity of the South Island (27 March). From here, a side journey will bring one Torch to Antarctica, while the main Torch will proceed to visit the Pacific Island Nations of Fiji, Tonga, Tuvalu and Samoa in early April.

The Peace Run begins...

• Indonesia, Bali23 January, 25 January, 27 January, 31 January

• Vanuatu, Port Vila4 February, 5 February

• Timor-Leste, Dili5 February, 6 February, 7 February, 8 February

• Solomon Islands, Honiara — 6 February, 7 February, 8 February

• Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby9 February, 10 February

• Australia

Brisbane, Qld - Boonah, Qld — 12 February

Boonah, Qld - Stanthorpe, Qld — 13 February

Stanthorpe, Qld - Glen Innes, NSW — 14 February

Glen Innes, NSW - Uralla, NSW — 15 February

Uralla, NSW - Tamworth, NSW — 16 February

Tamworth, NSW - Jerrys Plains, NSW — 17 February

Jerrys Plains, NSW - Richmond, NSW — 18 February

Richmond, NSW - Moss Vale, NSW — 19 February

Moss Vale, NSW - Bungedore, NSW — 20 February

 

• New Zealandsee maps

• South Pacific

Region Two – South America (May – June)

The Peace Torch will make stops in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Paraguay in late April/early May, before commencing the single longest continual running stretch of its round-the-world journey across South America. Commencing in Valparaiso, Chile on 8 May,  the Torch will be carried across the Andes before traversing Argentina to Buenos Aires (24 May), continuing from Montivedeo (29 May) through Uruguay, to cross the border at Chuy into Brazil on 5 June, concluding in Rio De Janeiro on 30 June.

Region Three – Africa (September – October)

In addition to "off-route" visits to Angola, Namibia and Malawi, the main route through Africa will commence at the Cape Town International Marathon on 21 September, traversing South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Botswana, Mozambique, Zambia, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania in a 7-week run/drive/bus/train adventure, culminating with an ascent of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Region Four – Indian Ocean Island Nations (October – November)

In late October, the Peace Torch will embark on its final leg visiting Madagascar, Comoros, Seychelles, Mauritius and the Maldives, before returning to Bali for the Grand Finale, a week of events and festivities in early November 2019.