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Old 12-05-2011, 09:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Syd - Cruise for Kids 2011

Found this on another forum, I went on the last one and it was an awesome day. Will be travelling to Sydney again for this one.

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RMK CARPENTRY, JUICED PHOTOGRAPHY & 2SUS CUSTOM RESPRAYS WELCOMES YOU TO ATTEND:

CRUISE 4 KIDS 2011

FOR THOSE THAT MISSED CRUISE 4 KIDS IN 2008 – WE HAD OVER 2500 CARS AND RAISED OVER $18,500
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IN 2011.. WE HAVE TAKEN THIS TO A HIGHER LEVEL.. 3 YEARS OF NEGOTIATIONS AND PAPERWORK TO BRING BACK AUSTRALIAS MOST DIVERSE AND LARGEST CAR CRUISE EVER.

IN CONJUNCTION WITH NSW GOVERNMENT / POLICE FORCE, SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK AUTHORITY, CAMDEN CITY COUNCIL AND OF COURSE THE WESTMEAD CHILDRENS HOSPITAL, CRUISE 4 KIDS IS HERE TO HELP SHOW THE PUBLIC THAT THE AUTOMOTIVE SCENE IS ABOUT GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY AND TO THE SICK CHILDREN THAT NEED OUR SUPPORT.

OUR DONATION WILL HELP KIDS WITH JUVENILE DIABETES AND CANCER.

WE WELCOME EVERY MAKE AND MODEL OF CAR, FROM VINTAGE, CUSTOM, JDM, ROTARY, V8, EXOTIC, SEXSPEC, HELLAFLUSH, MOTORBIKES (CHOPPER / PERFORMANCE) AS WELL AS ALL SPECIFIC MAKE AND MODEL CAR CLUBS TO ATTEND AND SUPPORT THIS WORTHY CAUSE.

WHEN: SUNDAY MAY 29TH 2011
MEETING POINT: 8AM: SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK, NSW - HOMEBUSH BAY P5 CAR PARK POD B + C

DESTINATION POINT : CAMDEN’S BICENTENTIAL EQUESTRIAN PARK, CAMDEN NSW

DEPARTURE: 11.30AM

EXTRA INFO: THIS IS A FAMILY ORIENTATED EVENT WITH BBQ AND DRINKS, RAFFLES WITH AMAZING PRIZES AS WELL AS JUMPING CASTLES AND LOTS MORE FOR THE KIDS!

UPON ENTRY TO THE CAR PARK ON THE DAY A DONATION OF $10 PER HEAD PER CAR WILL BE COLLECTED FROM YOU,THEN YOU WILL BE GIVEN A STICKER FOR YOUR CAR SO THE POLICE WILL KNOW THAT YOU ARE PART OF THE EVENT. THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT.
ALL MONEY RAISED IS FOR WESTMEAD CHILDRENS HOSPTIAL

We would like to thank our sponsors:

SYDNEY OLYMPIC PARK AUTHORITY
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FOR MORE UPTO DATE INFORMATION PLEASE REGISTER AT OUR WEBSITE:
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NO BURNOUTS, NO STUPID DRIVING, NO NOTHING POLICE ARE NOT GOING TO TOLERATE ANYTHING ON THE DAY, SO CRUISE AND ENJOY THE ATMOSPHERE

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Old 18-05-2011, 09:43 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Anyone from here going to this cruise? Its going to be massive. I'll be there in the wifes EK Civic. Plus its for a great cause.
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Old 25-05-2011, 08:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Definately hitting this up, great cause to support :)
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Old 29-05-2011, 05:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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any one go to this ????any pics???? heard the coppers were giving them plenty and alot of people got out of camden pretty quick to save the dreaded defect...shame if it was that bad being a charity event...unless people were over stepping the mark on whats the correct behaviour....
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had a look at this cruz yesterday lots off cars not enough muscle cars though cops were just getting there when i was leveing looked like a grate cruz though
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I went too - never thought I would say this BUT it was TOO BIG !!

The array of cars wasnt 100% pleasing BUT I dont mind looking at a broader range than usual ( rotaries/4 cylinders etc) There was not a lot of tuff street ( other than a handful of toranas and some commodores) BUT THE TRAFFIC !!!

I left after lunch - the paddock was VERY full of cars and the traffic jamb was from the OTHER side of Camden back to Narellan with constant car flowing in to the show !!!!

I lot of young fellas around ( like the wan_ker that did a VERY smoky burnout at the roundabout in the centre of Camden ( not too clever ) and you could certainly sense there could have been lots of trouble but........didnt really see any !

I am sure it was a success money wise - $10 each person and the police media stated up to 5000 cars ( which was probably on the mark) - Hope the money hekps the cause.

My opinion is the same with all cruises - just cant get the cars into the desitination fast enough so...........................the hour + traffic jamb occurs and spoils things a little !

Overall - a success I am sure !!
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Yeah, we went with the wife and kids. Was a good event, but one lane in and out of the destination point was not a great idea. Massive traffic buildup and then the cops blocked off the road and at least another 1000 or so cars didn't make it to the destination point. Further more, those cars had gathered onto the queue at the starting point where no one was handing out stickers and collecting donation money, so lots of money did not make it into the hands of the organisers. Well done NSW Police! Thanks for stopping a few thousand dollars from making it to the Charity that we were trying to raise money for.
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i went also, while it was great to raise all that $$ for a great charity, i thought that there was too many "ordinary" cars there that just added to the trafic nightmare. But in saying that, well done to the organisers for raising alot of well needed funds!
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Yeh went to this to everyone was pretty well behaved not heaps of tough cars plenty of buzz boxes. They said they had 2500 cars paid and collected a sticker but i think there was close to 5000 turn up if not more. THe traffic was insane all they up the m5,all way to camden through main st etc. Then at then end of it all was retard cop that blocked off the road/roaundabout and wouldnt let anyone else in even though it was a huge area plenty of space for all the cars and even as more cars left woudlnt let more people in to get a sticker and make a donation good one NSW police, Cops Are Flops !
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