Variety Bash rolls into town
MORE than 100 decked-out cars with 350 people on board cruised through Chinchilla last week, with plenty of fun and cheer after travelling more than 3000km to raise funds for children in need.
The 114 themed cars and their larger-than-life crews stayed in town for a rest stop at Chinchilla Showgrounds overnight before heading off towards Nindigully last Thursday morning. Themes such as The Simpsons, James Bond, Rocky Horror, Minions, Where’s Wally, Scooby Doo and Dr Seuss characters meant there was something for both young and old locals to see.
The 10-day Variety Bash is designed to help under privileged, disadvantaged and special needs children throughout Queensland and is Australia’s largest and longest running charity motoring event.
Since its inaugural event, the Variety Bash has raised over $220 million right around the country for Aussie kids in need.