SA Variety Bash 2017: Tracking the journey

Photo by: angelalisman_photography, via Instagram.

Photo by: angelalisman_photography, via Instagram.

Setting out

They hit the road on Friday, August 12, bound to arrrive at Balah Station tonight, August 13, on the first of seven stops through the South Australian countryside.

Photo by: angelalisman_photography, via Instagram.

Photo by: angelalisman_photography, via Instagram.

About the SA Variety Bash

The 2017 Bash Launch was held on Friday 24 August at the Astor Hotel attracting around 200 Bash entrants keen for Bash Chairman Brenton “Rambo” Ramsey to announce the Bash route known as “Pastures to Pines“.

Photo by: karenwalne, via Instagram.

Photo by: karenwalne, via Instagram.

In 2015, Variety helped nearly 130,000 children through grants for equipment that helped children with their mobility, like wheelchairs, walking aids, and modified vehicles, rare and expensive medical equipment and services including insulin pumps, wigs, feeds, nappies, oxygen pumps and more, and technology, programs and scholarships that help children unlock all the joys of education and communication.

The story Variety Bashers hit the road through South Australia first appeared on Northern Argus.

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