Freemasons WA and Masonic Care WA proudly sponsored car no 30 in this year’s Variety WA Bush Bash for the kids. On the 8th of August, 25 cars set out from Port Denison to cover 2300kms to Dampier. The event spanned seven breathtaking days through outback Western Australia with all of the cars arriving safely in Dampier on August 15th.
The variety bash itself was started by Dick Smith in 1985 when he arranged to travel through the NSW outback with some mates in old cars whilst also raising money for charity. The event has become an iconic fundraiser throughout Australia with all of the funds raised going to Australian children through Variety’s three programs Variety Caring for Kids, Variety Future Kids and Variety Freedom.
Last year Freemasons WA and Masonic Care WA were lucky enough to be able to enter our own car in the Variety Bash from East to West and are very pleased to have had the opportunity to continue to support the event through the sponsorship of car 30 in this year’s bash. The teams are currently making their way back home and so the photos of this great event have begun to appear, here are a few shots from the journey taken by the talented Tony Tropiano.