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Next stop on ‘The Road Unseen’ will be Coffs Harbour, followed by Lismore and Byron Bay where meetings and fundraising events have been planned.

From there Tanya and Mackenzie will continue up the coast all the way to Port Douglas, before heading to Mt Isa, Katherine, Darwin, Alice Springs, Coober Pedy, Port August, Broken Hill, Mildura and Melbourne, and then returning (slowly) home to Sydney.

Tanya was articulate and gracious as she thanked the diners and sponsors at North Haven last week. The local OPSM outlet stunned the event’s main organiserMartie Kuhn,with their donation of two $1,000 vouchers, and other businesses also gave generously.

The way in which restaurateur Brendon Lynch stepped up to support the event also exceeded all expectations.

“I’m blown away by the local community spirit and reception to support us and Vision Australia.”

“We are beyond grateful,” she said.

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