On a mission to help kids

IT’S not exactly the high-tech Batmobile, but the Caped Byron Crusaders are sure to get up to plenty of tricks in their 1964 Chev Belair between Sydney and Broome in this year’s Variety Bash.

The Bash will set off from Baulkham Hills on August 6 and finish at Broome on August 17, but before that, the ‘Crusaders’ – Ian Walsh, Karsten Schramm, James Barnes and Richard Rombouts – are aiming to raise as much as they can for the children’s charity.

As part of that effort, they are hosting a golf day at the Byron Bay Golf Club on Sunday. 

It will be a four-person ambrose event with registration from 10am and a shotgun start at 11am. It will cost $25 and, thanks to the generosity of local businesses, there will be plenty of prizes.

The direct link for donations to the Caped Byron Crusaders car 008 is
Inquiries about the event can be made to 6680 9394.

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