TheLargestGatheringJoin Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW for it’s quirky Our Joint event in Sydney to mark Halloween on Friday, October 30, 2015 from 4-9pm.

To help raise awareness of bone and joint health, and support the one-in-five Australians living with arthritis, osteoporosis, or more than 120 musculoskeletal diseases, head to Dudley Page Reserve at Dover Heights, Sydney this Halloween.

To further show your support for the more than 6,000 children living with juvenile arthritis in NSW – a musculoskeletal condition known as an “invisible illness” due to the difficulty in detecting the affected bones and joints – and to make the invisible, visible, don a skeleton onesie with family and friends, in a record-breaking attempt to gain entry into the Guinness Book of World Records.

The family-friendly event will be jam-packed with food and beverages, including a licensed bar, as well as entertainment, a haunted house, rides, trick or treating, FREE skeleton onesies, all set to a stunning Sydney backdrop.

To take part, register online at, select your onesie, and spread the word. Registration, complete with a skeleton onesie, is $40 for adults, with discounts for groups and families available. If you register a team of 10, the next 10 people are free!

The current Guinness World Record for people wearing onesies sits at 2,018. Arthritis & Osteoporosis NSW is aiming to attract 2,500 people to its record-breaking attempt, so needs your help!

To spread the word, like and share messages on Facebook, tell your friends, family and colleagues about this awesome world record attempt, and secure your name in the record book!

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