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KIDNEY KAR RALLY 2015 Minimize


OUR 28TH ANNUAL KIDNEY KAR RALLY

Bathurst to Taree via Dubbo - 12 to 20 August 2016

To register for the 2016 event, go to the official site: kidneykarrally.com.au


Entrants of this annual rally come from all over Australia and rally in ALL types of vehicles - not just rally class - any road registered vehicle can take part. 

Event Directors: Kidney Kar Rally - Arthur and Kim Davis
PO Box 873, Bathurst  NSW  2795 * 1300 300 544 * arkida@hotkey.net.au

As well as an amazing and memorable experience, this rally raises awareness of kidney disease in areas they pass through. At major pit stops Kidney Health staff promote and educate local students and adults on healthy living and the importance of early detection and prevention.

Congratulations to winners of our 27th Kidney Kar Rally
Alice Springs to Moama (Echuca) via Coober Pedy: 11 to 21 August 2015

After 10 days and 5,000kms later, we have come to the end of another Kidney Kar Rally. And what a journey it has been with a record breaking $700,000+ raised for our National Kidney Kids and Young Adult programs - thank you so much to everyone involved! Photos on KHA Facebook and ‪‪#KidneyKarRally
  • Top 3 placing teams, Rusty Racing at 1st place, Team O’Halloran at 2nd place and Team Barmax at 3rd place! Official rally results here>
  • Top three fundraisers raised over $60,000 which in itself is a record and are Kars: Roboat, Sister Act and Bathurst Surf Lifesaving Club.
Meet the incredibly courageous Tahlia, who lives with kidney disease
Tahlia attended our 2015 National Kids Camp with her twin sister, and her brother, thanks to the Kidney Kar Rally. Though Tahlia's grandma donated a kidney to her when she was younger, her kidneys aren't functioning as they should be and she is now on dialysis. Our Camp gives kids like Tahlia the opportunity to connect and become lifelong friends with others facing similar challenges, and enjoy lots of adventures and masses of fun.


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Last updated: Aug 2015.