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VARIETY BASH ROLLS INTO PORT

A loud and colourful convoy of cars rolled into Port Macquarie today, as part of the 27th annual Variety Vic Bash.

The group left Melbourne last week, on a week-long mission to raise money for children in need.

“In the first 2 days in Victoria, we gave away $170,000 worth of equipment, so it’s been fantastic, and we’re on our way to Fraser Island to have some fun,” Variety – The Children’s Charity CEO Janette Connolly said.

250 crazy characters are taking part in the annual pilgrimage.

This year’s target is $1.2 million.

(AUDIO IN PARTS)

 

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Louise Rennie is a reporter for NBN News Port Macquarie. She studied journalism at Curtin University in Perth and worked in radio in Sydney for two years, before joining NBN in 2015.