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27th Aug- 4th Sep

Our Goal: $80,000


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8 nights, 18 towns, nearly 3,000 kilometres – this August a convoy of classic 40 series LandCruisers will be seen driving together in support of drought-stricken Queensland communities.
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Our Participants

One rainfall event doesn’t break a drought. These droughts will go on. It will take two or three years to recover. Hear more from Paul here.

Cr Paul McVeigh
Mayor Western Downs Regional Council

The last decade, has been unprecedented in terms of adversity, wild market fluctuation, 8 and up to 10 years of the most severe drought on record punctuated by “super cell” rain events and then….Covid – 19!

Cr Andrew Martin
Mayor Blackall Tambo Regional Council

From The Blog

It’s a wrap: $52,000 raised for Drought Angles to support QLD farmers

We have wrapped up this incredible event with a video pulling it all together, showcasing this great initiative helping Drought Angels support Queensland farmers. Thank you thank you thank you…Mayor…
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Creek to Coast joined us for the first day of the drive.

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Western Downs welcomes The Longest Drive

The Long Drive for Drought founder Brent Reeman, and the LGAQ recently caught up with Cr Paul McVeigh, Mayor of Western Downs Regional Council to talk about the effect the…
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Understanding the true impact

Find out how your donations are changing the lives of drought affected Queenslanders