One of our most critical support programs in Australia are the services provided by Lifeline. They
exist to ensure that no person must face their darkest moments alone. 24 hours a day, 7 days a
week, 365 days a year they are there to listen to anyone who is feeling overwhelmed, distressed,
experiencing a crisis in their life or simply in need of someone to talk to. Everyone at some stage
in their life has needed that shoulder to lean on and Lifeline's there for you at any time of the day.
The current World Record is 3,040 people dancing the Twist set in Mississippi back in 2014.
So we are going to put Lifeline on the world stage by creating our own Lifeline around the two
bridges on Lake Burley Griffin and set the new World Record dancing to the Twist.
Need to Get in Touch ?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Call us at 1300-788-616
Please wear comfortable casual clothes and footwear and bring a hat! The Twist was a very famous dance in the late 1950’s and 1960’s so why not join in the fun and come dressed like Elvis. Short dresses, mini skirts, knee-high boots and stove pipe pants were all the rage! Hot tip – leather soled shoes are far easier to twist and dance in than rubber soles.
Yes. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult or be part of a school group. They must be registered
The record attempt will commence at 9.45am sharp and run for 5 minutes.The overall time of the event is anticipated to be between 9am and 10.30am
Bring your Bluetooth Speaker along and login to 104.7 FM on your phone. If you don’t have the App you need to go LiSTNR - Radio and download the 104.7 Radio FM App. On the day the 104 Team will be leading the dance and playing the music so it’s important that you can dial in for the ‘Count Down’ at 9:45am sharp.