Can you solve the
World's Hardest Puzzle?

Solve dementia.
One piece at a time.

How it works

Sign up for the
World’s Hardest Puzzle

Spread the word 
and raise funds

Solve a new puzzle every day from 11-17 March!

Join us on a 7-day challenge during Brain Health Awareness Week (11-17 March), where you'll solve a new segment of the World's Hardest Puzzle each day. Dive into this journey, blending your puzzle-solving skills and support for a meaningful cause.

By participating, you become a crucial part of a community striving for positive change for those impacted by dementia and their carers. Your efforts in fundraising will bolster vital research and support services, moving us closer to solving the mysteries of dementia.

Spread the word and embark on this challenge. Together, we can make a significant impact, one puzzle piece at a time.  

This year, we are asking you to get your 
thinking caps on for
Brain Health Awareness Week.

We are setting the challenge to raise funds
in support of the over 421,000 Australians
living with dementia.

Dementia impacts the lives of millions of Australians every single day.

Whether it’s your family, your friends or yourself, we all have an experience with one of the most challenging and misunderstood conditions facing our country.

Explore a new piece of the puzzle every day and join us as we unite for hope!


Dementia in numbers

The number of people living with dementia in Australia continues to grow at an alarming rate.

421,000 Australians live with dementia, and that is expected to increase to more than 812,500 by 2054.
Today, dementia is the second leading cause of death in Australia, and the leading-cause of death in women.

1.6 million carers, family members and friends are involved in the care of someone living with dementia.