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This August, FDC Construction & Fitout and Cromwell Property Group Foundation will again partake in Destination Outback, supporting causes relevant to the rural communities by raising funds and awareness for Black Dog Ride, Pink Angels and Royal Far West.

Destination Outback was born as a means to raise funds for the Rotary Club of Dubbo South in 1989, with the first biennial event held in 1990. Nearly three decades, and 14 adventures later, Destination Outback has raised $1.9 million for over 60 rural causes.

From 10 and 18 August, the fleet of 50 4WDs will travel from the Collie Hotel, located just outside Dubbo, NSW to Longreach in Central Queensland, and then back to the Armatree Hotel in Northern NSW. Some of Australia’s most iconic towns will be visited along the way, including Quilpie, Cunnamulla, Yaraka, Isisford and St George. The journey will consist of more than 40 hours of driving and 3,000 kilometres travelled.

Should you wish to support Destination Outback, a limited number of vehicle sponsorship packages are still available – contact for more information.

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