We’re going from Brisbane and finishing at Busby’s Bore!!
So what, you ask???
Well… The 30 Year Bash Celebration is covering over 4,929 kms!!
Commencing at Suncorp Stadium – the home of King Wally!
Final Destination for the 30 year Celebrations for Variety is Busby’s Bore — Say What? Where the heck is Busby’s Bore located? Here’s a bit of history for you…
In 1824, Governor Darling appointed 59 year-old engineer John Busby, as Government Mineral Surveyor. Busby recommended the Lachlan Swamps between Paddington and Randwick (now part of Centennial Park) as a suitable new source of water.
We are travelling through 3 states of Australia – NSW, QLD and VIC to finally meet up with all the Variety Bashes across Australia in Busby’s Bore.
Check out the 2014 Bash Route (all starting with “B”):
Day 0. Thursday 7th August. Sea World on the Gold Coast – Meet and Greet followed by The Outback Spectacular Show
Day 1. Friday 8th August. Brisbane to Bundaberg = 425 Ks
Day 2. Saturday 9th August. Bundaberg to Blackwater = 516 Ks
Day 3. Sunday 10th August. Blackwater to Barcaldine = 502 Ks
Day 4. Monday 11th August. Barcaldine to Burrenbilla = 648 Ks
Day 5. Tuesday 12th August. Burrenbilla to Brewarrina = 492 Ks
Day 6. Wednesday 13th August. Brewarrina to Broken Hill = 611 Ks
Day 7. Thursday 14th August. Broken Hill to Balranald = 539 Ks
Day 8. Friday 15th August. Balranald to Bonegilla = 523 Ks
Day 9. Saturday 16th August. Bonegilla to Bowral = 518 Ks
Day 10. Sunday 17th August. Bowral to Busby’s Bore = 155 Ks