2017 Variety 4WD Charity Adventure

Tackling Tassie’s off-road trails to raise money for children in need.

2017 Variety 4WD Charity Adventure

THE Variety 4WD Charity Adventure will head to Tasmania in 2017 to raise money for children who are sick, disadvantaged, or have special needs.

The adventure will open up dusty trails not normally assessable by the general public, and the group will tackle creek beds and craggy mountain tracks in their pursuit of perfect ocean views.

Variety 4WD Charity Adventure 1The 2017 adventure will depart from Port Melbourne, Victoria, on April 2 and travel to Devonport, Tasmania, via ferry. Once on land, the convoy will hit the dirt tracks and travel from Stanley to Smithton, Corinna, Strahan, Derwent Bridge, Strathgordon, Hobart, Fingal, Launceston and Port Sorell. The group will return to Port Melbourne from Devonport on April 8.

Variety 4WD Charity Adventure 2“The 2017 Variety 4WD Charity Adventure enables you to escape the nine-to-five routine with this premier, boutique event doing 4WDing and accommodation in style – all whilst helping kids who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs,” said Stuart Telfer, Variety’s NSW Motoring Events Manager.

Accommodation and food is all part of the package – all participants have to do is show up.

Variety 4WD Charity Adventure 3“We take care of everything for you, all you need to do is turn the key and start your adventure,” Mr Telfer added. 

To participate and put your money to a good cause, register for the 2017 Variety 4WD Charity Adventure.

Variety 4WD Charity Adventure 4


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