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Cancer Council SA staff are glamming up in the 2021 Marilyn Jettty Swim!

Dressing head to toe as everyone’s favourite 50s icon (psst, that’s Marilyn Monroe) may seem daunting, but it’s also a heap of fun and one of the most empowering ways to make a difference to South Australians impacted by cancer.

Each February a group of bold, fabulous women (and men!) take part in the Channel 7 Brighton Jetty Classic, swimming around the Brighton jetty dressed as our favourite blonde bombshell, raising much needed funds for vital cancer research, prevention and support programs at Cancer Council SA.

At the heart of every Marilyn is one common drive—to make a difference in the lives of people living with cancer. The staff at Cancer Council SA are no different, and that's why this year we are signing up, glamming up and swimming for a cancer free future through the 2021 Marilyn Jetty Swim.

1 in 2 Australian's will be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85. Your support will help us change this terrible statistic and also assist the 28 South Australian's diagnosed with cancer every day and their families.

Every dollar raised will help Cancer Council SA invest in ground-breaking cancer research, empower people to reduce their own risk with prevention education, and provide essential support to everyone impacted by cancer.

Today, you can help Cancer Council SA work towards a cancer free future by supporting us in the Marilyn Jetty Swim. It is sure to be an unforgettable challenge that we will remember forever.

Thank you for your support, darling.

Thank you to our Sponsors


The Papallo Family

As you know a number of our family members have been affected by cancer. Thank you for helping raise the much needed funds for such an important cause.




Alice Clark


Gessica Gates


Natalie Knopke

Hope it's not too cold


Ian Jenkins

Nice work !


Ronald Gates

Dancing Queen


Sue Gibbons

You go gorgeous girl. 🌟


Emma Mckee