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Koalafying Test Drives Recap

In case you missed it, we popped up at the ever-popular Sanctuary Markets at Currumbin recently for our Koalafying Test Drives in support of the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation! On the night, market-goers were invited to test drive one of our brand new Holdens – the Astra, Trax or Colorado. In exchange, for every test drive, we would donate $50 to support the work of the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation, and the test drivers also gave themselves the chance to win a weekend at the QT Gold Coast!

Our Holden squad was on hand – Jeremy, Jon-Michael, Tyler & Jesse.

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After two hours, we managed to complete 21 test drives, resulting in an amazing $1,050 donated to the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation! The Foundation was extremely grateful for our support, and we were so pleased to have pulled off such a fantastic outcome.

It costs an average of $90 for the hospital to care for just one sick, injured or orphaned member of our local wildlife. Koalas in particular often require $5,000 worth of treatment, a staggering number which means donations are vital! Last year the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital admitted a whopping 9,600 animals in need of care. We are so glad we could contribute to the amazing work they do for our native wildlife.

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Plus, in more great news, the lucky winner of our QT Weekend was Amy from Elanora! Amy and her husband will be relaxing poolside at the QT Gold Coast very soon – congratulations!

We’d like to acknowledge and thank Sanctuary Markets for their hospitality during our pop-up and Holden for supporting this activity!

Links

Sanctuary Markets – every Friday at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary – click here for more info.

Holden – Click here to find out more about the latest models.

CWHF – Click here to find out more about the work of the Currumbin Wildlife Hospital Foundation

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