Cronulla Ferries stages live music fundraiser for drought stricken farmers

The Sweetest Goodbye will be performing ‘70s, ‘80’s and ‘90’s music on board the TSMV Gunnamatta for four hours, starting at 2pm, to raise funds to help farmers. Picture: supplied
The Sweetest Goodbye will be performing ‘70s, ‘80’s and ‘90’s music on board the TSMV Gunnamatta for four hours, starting at 2pm, to raise funds to help farmers. Picture: supplied

The sparkling waters of the Hacking River contrast starkly with the barren dry areas of eastern Australia which are in the grip of drought.

The point is not lost on Cronulla and National Park Ferry Cruises, which has started a fundraising link with Buy a Bale, to raise funds for needy farmers.

The ferries operator is also holding a Live Music Cruise on Sunday, September 16, to boost funds for the farmers.

Local band The Sweetest Goodbye will be performing ‘70s, ‘80’s and ‘90’s music on board the TSMV Gunnamatta for four hours, starting at 2pm.

The band, along with the ferry cruise team, are donating their time.

All proceeds will be donated to buyabale.com.au

Cost of the cruise is $50 per person and is limited to 80 people.

Cocktail food will be provided throughout the cruise, full bar service is available.

A silent auction will be held on the cruise, with the opportunity to bid for a Christmas cruise for 50 people along with other items generously donated by local businesses.

TSMV (Twin Screw Motor Vessel) Gunnamatta is a modern twin deck twin engine 14.9 metre catamaran with a luxurious interior. 

She was built in 1989 by Broadwater Craft in Nerang on the Gold Coast and made her way to the Hacking, arriving in February 1990.  

The vessel is surrounded by large glass windows, providing panoramic views.

Bookings: 9523-2990, or call at the ferries office on Cronulla wharf or booking office off Cronulla mall.

More information: cronullaferries.com.au/ 

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