Illawarra directors taking part in the ‘B to B Bash’ for Variety the Children’s Charity

RAISING FUNDS: Sean Vickery, Nathan Fay and Horst Lueckl with 'Delma' the shark car during a previous edition of the ‘B to B Bash’. Picture: Supplied
RAISING FUNDS: Sean Vickery, Nathan Fay and Horst Lueckl with 'Delma' the shark car during a previous edition of the ‘B to B Bash’. Picture: Supplied

Delma, the shark-inspired 1970s Holden Statesman, will be transporting two Illawarra builders from Sydney to Alice Springs. 

G.J. Gardner Homes Wollongong and Shoalhaven directors Nathan Fay and Sean Vickery, along with G.J. Gardner Homes Sydney North director Horst Lueckl are preparing for their fourth stint in the ‘B to B Bash’ for Variety the Children’s Charity.

Departing this Sunday, they’ll be raising funds for kids who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs.

Mr Fay said their team would be driving ‘Delma’ the shark car for a 10-day journey from Bonnyrigg, west of Sydney through two states and a territory.

They’ll eventually arrive at Braitling in the Northern Territory, some 4400 kilometres later.

“We love our involvement in the Variety Bash, it’s an epic trip and we meet some great people who are committed to supporting such a great cause,” Mr Fay said.