Cronulla was overrun with Porsches at the weekend as part of a fund raiser for the McGrath Foundation.
People visiting Perryman Square were treated to a display of over 20 Porsches on Sunday, including a 911 R valued at $700,000 and a rare 1960 356.
For $5, people could buy a ticket to win a Porsche for a weekend, compliments of Porsche Centre South Sydney. The public could also make a donation in exchange for a ride in one of the Porsches.
Thousands of dollars were raised during the event which will help support breast care nurses in the community, for families affected by breast cancer.
Australian cricket legend Glenn McGrath and his family dropped in to say hello and talk among the crowd.
The McGrath Foundation funds 117 breast care nurses in communities right across Australia, mostly in regional and rural areas where such treatment may be hard to find.
Glenn’s late wife Jane McGrath suffered from breast cancer and co-founded the foundation with her husband.