Unique road trip rolls into Port Stephens

Newcastle Live -


The National Breast Cancer Foundation’s pink Winnebago caravan will pull into Port Stephens on Tuesday the 29th of September as part of their East Coast road trip.

The road trip aims to raise awareness and funds for life-changing breast cancer research, communities along the NSW central coast will be able to join in the fun of one of Australia’s best-loved charity events, the Pink Ribbon Breakfast, with all proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Setting off from the Gold Coast on Sunday 20 September will be the unusual sight of a pink Winnebago caravan towed by the new Ranger truck which was designed and developed in Australia by NBCF’s long term partner Ford. This striking pair will be stopping at 11 BIG4 Holiday Parks along the way. With the support of other national and local partners, holiday-makers and locals alike will be able to participate in a raft of fun and free community activities taking place each morning.

Pink Minnie will be at BIG4 Karuah Jetty Holiday Park on the morning of Tuesday, 29 September.

In addition to providing morning tea and breakfast, activities will include face painting and temporary tattoos, kids’ games and balloons, product sampling and giveaways from NBCF partners.

The Pink Minnie Breakfast Tour will arrive in Sydney on 1 October, with events taking place at the forecourt of the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay. 1 October marks the beginning of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, recognised internationally.

For more information check out the www.pinkminnie.org.au website.

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