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The Triples Cars – 111, 333, 444, 555, 999a and KKK9 put on a Fun Stop each year. This year we were approx 150 kms out from Cunnamulla at the Nooriama Race Course so all activities had a ‘race day’ flavour.

111 – Stainless Challenge, 333 – Elephant Walk, 444 – Gymkhana, 555 – Hippies Hop, 999a – Angel Dive and the ever SO popular KKK9 – Coffee Chug

Everyone said it was the BEST Triples Fun stop ever, especially the Race at the end hotly contested by Scooby Doo, Mutley the Dog and the Dinosaurs from the Altius team!

Day 5 Triples Fun Stop Elephant Walk  - go Crazy Horse girls... Day 5 Triples Fun Stop Elephant Walk – go Crazy Horse girls… Elephant Walk - the Avengers made it! Elephant Walk – the Avengers made it! Car 444 Gymkana Challenge Car 444 Gymkana Challenge Let the race begin! Let the race begin! The race was furious and fast - but the finish line moved. The race was furious and fast – but the finish line moved.

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About 5 years ago Variety NSW granted a Sunshine Coach to Weilmoringle Primary School which is about 10 kms from the Qld border right near the dog fence.

We drove past it this year on our Bash route and I couldn’t resist going in to see how Margaret Coddington and the kids were going. We just ‘arrived’ for a short visit and gave them and the Mosman Primary School group that was visiting a very BIG surprise. I have two ‘test pigs’ with me that day, Angel Paula and Angel Lindy.

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2014 Bash – Day 4 Onesie Day – Barcaldine to Cunnamulla

October 21, 2014

Often during the Bash we have ‘theme’ dressing days. Day 4 was Onesie Day ALL DAY. This provided some wonderful moments of colour and style.

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2014 B to B Bash – 30th NSW Anniversary – Brisbane to Busby’s Bore

October 7, 2014

It is 2 months to the day when we gathered on the Gold Coast to start the 30th NSW B to B Bash. We finished in Sydney on August 17th at Busby’s Bore, Centennial Park Sydney with approximately 600 cars at a rain ‘blessed’ event. Unfortunately the predicted crowds to watch us where scared away […]

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2013 Bash Flashback – Tri State Triple Fun Stop at Camerons Corner

September 2, 2014

Hula Hooping and Triple Fouring – a fun activity at the famous Camerons Corner run by the Triple Cars on the Bash – 111, 333, 444, 555, 999a and KKK9. This includes some great inside footage of Car 333 with Sallymae in the driver seat. http://www.yourepeat.com/watch/?v=Z71yXaHsixE

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Who and What is Variety?

August 25, 2014

This will answer all these questions and more. Take less than 2 mins and be enthralled.

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NSW Variety Presents Sunshine Coach to Bourke and District Children’s Services

August 25, 2014

Giving is what the Variety Bash is all about, and what better way to celebrate that on the 30th year anniversary then presenting a Variety Sunshine Coach to Bourke and District Children’s Services. The preschool cares for 85 children, most of which do not have family vehicles. Barry, the school’s bus driver, was making two […]

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BT1 – the Baggage Truck

August 4, 2014

Monday, August 4 – Kiwi Pig Brendon arrived and I met him with a boot full of things to load at the Buggage Truck. All good…. BT1 – the bdouble donated to Variety by Doherty Trucks from Wollongong. How glad are we to be able to put our camping gear, giveaways and extra items on […]

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Final Car Preps

August 4, 2014

Saturday was the day to do a final check over and sort the boot. More pink… Then the Shoo Roos which hopefully will keep the skippys and emus away from us on the road. And a touch of Purple Polish to shine up the bumper. Then a revamp of the tool kit – 100 mph […]

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Pigs will fly!!!

August 1, 2014

At ChequePoint day last Sunday, July 26 at Hunter Holden Hamlet got fitted with new flags. The old ones had been ‘flapped off’ to the second pig! They usually last 3-4 years, and being the 30th Anniversary of the NSW Bash – we needed new colour. Thanks to John Vaughan from Australiana Flags – dont […]

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