After having to cancel last year due to Covid restrictions, the Brisbane Convoy for Kids is back, with hundreds of trucks and bikes set to hit the road in just over two weeks.
The 2021 event will support Hummingbird House, Queensland’s only children’s hospice, which provides short stay breaks, family support, and care for children with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
“After the disappointment of having to cancel our convoy last year due to covid, we are working tirelessly to make this year our best yet and are confident that this will happen due to the positive response we are getting from businesses and the public alike. At this stage it looks like we are going to beat our 2019 record of over 600 vehicles in convoy,” said Brisbane Convoy for Kids president Steven Rowley.
The 12th annual convoy will enter the Logan Motorway from Paradise Road Larapinta on Saturday November 6 at 8.30am.
It will wind its way along the Gateway Motorway and Deagon Deviation before crossing into Redcliffe where it will travel along the waterfront, up Oxley Avenue and into the Redcliffe Showgrounds, where a magnificent display of trucks and bikes will be parked for all to see.
It will be a fun-filled day for the whole family, with free rides, and entertainment that includes Jade Holland, James Blundell, as well as local bands Team Utopia and MattLach.
To secure a spot in the convoy, to pre-purchase tickets for entry to Redcliffe Showgrounds, or for more information, please click here.