Postie Bike Safari 2023

Raising funds for Childhood Cancer Support.
Thursday 27th July to Friday 4th August 2023

Raised so far


Our goal


Thursday 27th July to Friday 4th August 2023

Each year we get together and ride our Postie bikes around regional Queensland, usually for a week and cover about 2,000 kms.

Through donations, raffles and auctions our fundraising has helped many charities and, again this year, Childhood Cancer Support will be the beneficiary of the event.

We have been doing a ride somewhere in Queensland for the past 9 years and have raised just over $500,000. In 2022, we set a big goal of $100,000 and we are extremely proud to have raised over $160,000!

In 2023, our 10th anniversary we are expecting 50 plus riders and 5 or 6 support vehicles. The ride will set off from Mackay on Thursday 27th July traveling to Chillagoe and returning to Mackay on Friday 4th August for the presentation dinner.

If you would like to join this fun-filled ride, or would like more information please contact Greg at or phone 0407 635 383.

How to get involved.

Step one:
Register to participate, create your own unique fundraising page and share it with your friends.

Step two:
Ask your friends, family and colleagues to donate to your fundraising page.

Step three: 
Challenge yourself, post your updates and help make an impact for regional families facing childhood cancer.

Check out these highlights from the 2022 Postie Bike Safari!

Raising funds for kids with cancer.

Meet Tawhai & the Seaborn family from Moranbah. 

Four-year-old Tawhai lived with his family in rural town, Moranbah. He was an adventurous little boy, he loved to go camping and the family would go away every chance they got!

You could often find Tawhai riding his bike or playing Minecraft. So, when Tawhai’s parents were sitting with a doctor, being told their four-year-old son had a Stage IV Rhabdomyosarcoma, they were in complete shock and disbelief.

In late 2021, they took Tawhai to the doctor for a lump in his calf, but there were no other symptoms. Not even a week later, Tawhai was flown to Brisbane where a biopsy confirmed his diagnosis, before admitting him to the oncology ward at the Queensland Children’s Hospital for chemotherapy immediately.

“It became quite isolating – either being in hospital or home, there was no in between. Not having a lot of emotional support around was hard so I was happy to know that Childhood Cancer Support offered free counselling services from our home. They helped us in our darkest days. And we are forever grateful.”

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How your support will help.

Your donation will provide a home away from home for regional families who have travelled to Brisbane for life saving cancer treatment.

Childhood Cancer Support provides not only a home for families, but a loving community to support them through this traumatic journey with their child. 

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