Looking for some fun activities to do during the forthcoming school holidays? Well why not take on the Tour de Bay Amazing Charity Challenge and at the same time support a very worthy cause.

The Amazing Charity Challenge is open to all ages as you can drive, cycle, walk, run or scoot the course. Along the way there are some fun activities and challenges. Participants are encouraged to take photos and send them to the Tour de Bay Facebook Group. Once you have registered and paid online you can collect your Challenge Kit the Hervey Bay Community Centre from August 24th which features one booklet per group, some balloons to indicate what you are supporting and chalks to leave a kindness message – plus more details about the prizes available.

How does a family break at Kingfisher Bay Resort, which includes transfers and breakfast sound? Or a luxury stay for a family at Susan River Homestead who are also offer two 2 hour family horse riding experiences with refreshments. As well Rebel has three $110 vouchers up for grabs and Snakes Alive and Australia Zoo both donating family passes. So plenty on offer to win, and lots of fun activities to participate in.

Register: www.hbnc.com.au/events/the-amazing-charity-challenge.

View the Amazing Charity Challenge Event

For the past ten years, the Hervey Bay Neighbourhood Centre has conducted the Annual Tour de Bay Charity Bike Ride. However, with COVID-19 restrictions of the number of people gathering organiser have come up with a ‘side’ event which they hope will attract families and groups.

The Tour de Bay Charity Ride will still go ahead, however, participants can do it in their own time and their own location. The drawcard to register is to go into the draw for a $500 voucher from Bike Tech in Main Street. The breakfast has been replaced with a voucher for $10 to try out The Wandering Teapot Tea Shack which is open and located in the Hervey Bay Community Centre.

Visit: tourdebay.com.au to register

View Tour de Bay website