Members of the NSW Australian Hotels Association (AHA) Variety Bash will soon cruise into town with a gift for a local school.
The bashers will be at Nowra Hill Public School on Monday, May 20 and will give the school some new outdoor aluminium table settings.
The Bash teams will also be having breakfast from 7am at the school.
Members of the public are more than welcome to see the cars and watch them leave around 9am.
The group, made up of 103 cars, will leave Newcastle on Sunday, May 19 and will also be stopping overnight in Bomaderry.
They will also visit Moruya, Canberra, Batlow, Wagga Wagga, Carrathool, Binda, Goulburn and St Marys before heading back to Newcastle on Saturday May 25 for the Variety Family Fun Day on the Newcastle foreshore.
One of the team members is CAR525, a 1975 e12 BMW and its team is ready to take their 'Bash' prepared BMW from its Bavaria origins and into the NSW bush.
This BMW was once driven once a day in Canberra and has been transformed to handle the roughest in terrain.
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CAR525's team is Craig 'Welshy' Welsh, Dean 'Deano' Rothapfel and Chris 'Drano' Drane, all Newcastle locals and proud Variety Bashers.
In the past three years, the team have donated over $50 000 to Variety and hope to double that figure in 2019.
The BMW was first entered in 2016, and was the first BMW to complete the NSW Bash in its 26-year history.
After a record-breaking 2018 event, the boys are back again to celebrate 12 months of fundraising, with the other car entries.
Keep an eye out for the Bashers as when they come to town and head to visit www.car525.webs.com for more information.