Variety is holding its 30th Bash during August, with the organisers saying the spirit of the occasion has not changed.
THE 30th Variety Bash for children in need will take to the road this month in time-honoured tradition.
Charity boss Travis Clark said the spirit of the event had changed little since the first WA run.
“There are certain things we do that people expect to be done; like going to schools and places you wouldn’t necessarily get to go if you weren’t part of a big charity like ours,” he said.
WA road trippers will drive highly-decorated older cars through the Ferguson Valley, Margaret River, Denmark and Pemberton regions for a week to raise money for the children’s charity.
Mr Clark said people joined in for many reasons.
“Some people like camping,” he said.
“Others like cars and some people just like being able to hang out with their mates for a week.”
The convoy departs Burswood Park on August 18.
Travis Clark with his 1972 Ford Fairlane.