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2020 Variety Bash Adventure to air on Creek to Coast

First timer Bashers Narelle and Bob Spann, Bev and Wayne Ackland had a great time raising money for Variety QLD.

The Bundaberg Region is set to feature on Creek to Coast this Saturday, as all of the action and fun of the 2020 Variety Bash Adventure goes to air.

The event, which is Australia's longest running motoring event, began in Bundaberg in November with a myriad of vehicles including family cars, 4WDs and everything in between hitting the road.

Ten participants from the region travelled the 4300km stretch to Noosa via Nindigully, raising funds to help change the lives of over 1,700 kids who are living with sickness, disadvantage or disability.

2020 Variety Bash Adventure

Ever wondered what goes on at the Variety – the Children's Charity of Queensland Bash Adventure? Now's your chance to find out!

Posted by Creek to Coast on Monday, February 8, 2021
Creek to Coast will showcase the 2020 Variety Bash Adventure this weekend.

The Variety Bash is Australia’s largest and most successful charity motoring event and has raised over $220 million around the country for Aussie kids in need.

The Variety Bash Adventure is a combined Bash and 4WD event, where all vehicle types are welcome, travelling through some of the most amazing outback and coastal scenery Australia has to offer, all in the name of helping Aussie kids in need.

Check out the Creek to Coast segment of the 2020 Variety Bash Adventure AT 5.30pm this Saturday.

Find out more about the 2020 Variety Bash Adventure here.

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