Motorama Dealer Cruise for charity

May 24, 2015 @ 7:00 am
Motorama Holden/HSV Springwood
3455 Pacific Highway
Springwood QLD 4127
$20 per car - cash on the day
Ian Huddleston

Motorama Holden/HSV Springwood – Dealer Cruise
Sunday May 24th 2015

Our friends and club sponsors at Motorama Holden/HSV Springwood are holding a charity cruise on Sunday May 24th 2015 with all proceeds from the day going to Starlight Children’s Foundation.


StarlightFoundationThe Starlight Children’s Foundation has been a force for good for over 26 years, helping to brighten the lives of children and teenagers with serious illnesses.

Together with Motorama, the Starlight Express Room at the new Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital is bringing fun back into the lives of those who need it the most.

The Starlight Express Room is the only room in the hospital where medical talk is not allowed – letting kids be kids, a haven for any children affected by illness, including brothers and sisters, who are often left with nothing to do when their sibling is sick.


The day will consist of a cruise starting at Motorama Springwood, travelling via some of the picturesque areas through Jacobs Well through to Coomera and up to Mt Tamborine with the finish at The Bearded Dragon Hotel at Tamborine Village for lunch.

Motorama will be putting on a breakfast BBQ before the start, along with raffles and other attractions for further fund raising for this fantastic cause!

We encourage as many members to attend as possible to support both a loyal club sponsor and of course, the main aim of the day, to raise much needed funds for Starlight Children’s Foundation.

The cost is $20 per car for the day, which includes a breakfast BBQ.
Lunch at The Bearded Dragon is optional and just pay directly to the hotel for your meals.

Motorama Springwood Showroom OutsideMembers should aim to arrive at Motorama Springwood at 7am on the day.

If you would like to attend, please let me know via email: or 0407610674 to confirm so we can gain approximate numbers to inform Motorama.

Ian Huddleston