A big congratulations to our lucky winner of the 2019 Honda Africa Twin Adventure Sports DCT including ORC, R. Lyon of NSW, with entry number 9!
IS AVAILABLE ONLINE NOW!
Why not get in early to make sure you get the style & size you need and it will be posted to you before you head to Thredbo. Online sales are available until Friday 13 September.
Are you interested in joining us for a fundraising ride around Tasmania next year?
Departing Sydney around 1 March 2020 for approx. 10 nights.
We require a minimum of 25 riders and are taking expressions of interest now!
Please send your name and contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Central Australia Ride departed from Tamworth on Tuesday 30 April with 11 riders, 1 pillion, 2 support vehicles and 4 support crew members. The group have traveled over 4000km so far through Charleville, Mount Isa, Tennant Creek, Alice Springs and today arrived in Uluru. Spectacular countryside and scenery through Outback QLD and the NT with perfect weather to match. The group is looking forward to a rest day in Uluru tomorrow, 8 May, as well as the much anticipated Sounds of Silence dinner.
Our wonderful supporters, Helen & John Robertson, who have operated the Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation Boutique Op Shop – Katoombafor the past 6 years, opened “The Warehouse” in Megalong Street, Katoomba on Thursday 28 February 2019.
“The Warehouse” is home to all things eclectic, rustic and Retro-Vintage. The front yard is always stocked with beautiful outdoor garden settings, furniture and pots.
With the opening of “The Warehouse”, Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation, and the world-leading cancer researchers it supports, are now the beneficiary of twice the amount of generosity from Blue Mountains locals and visitors.
The Boutique Op Shop has raised an amazing $228,000 that has gone directly to support research into a cure for childhood cancer and we are excited about the future with both the Boutique Op Shop and The Warehouse to continue to do more to help save the lives of children with cancer.