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Bogan Bingo Fundraiser - Margaret River WA

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 28 Mar, 2015 - 28 Mar, 2015
 Sat 7:30pm - Sat 10:00pm
 Wallcliffe Road
  Margaret River, WA
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Bogan Bingo Fundraiser

Bogan Bingo won't just be your standard Saturday night out. Get your best flanno on, find your double pluggers and join us for a night of hilarity at the Margaret River Cultural Centre. With a sick as air guitar comp, bogan fashion parade, games, prizes and an after party with local band V12 Valiant this is going to be a night to remember. And all proceeds from the night are going to the Cancer Council - so you can feel good about having an awesome time!

Bogan Bingo is a fundraiser for the Happy Hooligans team as part of Sh*tbox Rally. Sh*tbox Rally is not a race but rather a challenge to achieve the unthinkable: to drive cars worth $1000 or less across Australia via some of its most arduous roads - all to raise money for cancer research. Over the last five years, Shitbox Rally has raised over $4.4 million for cancer research, making the rally the largest independently run fundraiser for Cancer Council.

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The 2015 event will see local girls Lisa Hoskin and Cara Butcher, along with around 400 other participants embark on a unique adventure through some of Australia’s most remote and arduous roads, as we travel from Canberra to Townsville via the Birdsville Track and Simpson Desert. This seven day journey, driving cars worth less than $1,000 commences on May 9th 2015.

Costs: $40 per person
Starts At: 7:30 pm
Where: Margaret River Cultural Centre – Wallcliffe Road, Margaret River, Western Australia, 6285, Australia
Phone: 0406 511 839

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