Australia’s most loved charity motoring event is revving up for some outlandish celebrations taking place in August this year, celebrating 30 years since the Variety Bash began on the dusty roads from Bourke to Burketown, instigated by adventurer, famed philanthropist and Bash visionary Dick Smith.
With six State and Territory Bashes hitting the roads consecutively across the country, the colourful convoys will travel their own routes to unite for the major Bash celebrations in Sydney on Sunday 17th August, culminating in a spectacular grand parade from 11am open to the public of close to 550 outrageously themed vintage, antique and classic vehicles across Sydney Harbour Bridge. In the vehicles will be 1,700 colourful characters who will collectively drive more than 20,000kms for Variety – the Children’s Charity, and congregate at a special event open to the public at Moore Park from 11:15am attended by Dick Smith.
Families, friends and motoring enthusiasts are welcome to watch the parade and attend the Moore Park special event. Parking is available inside the Sydney Entertainment Quarter. There will be catering vans available for purchasing food and refreshments.