Gail Drury’s ride across the Nullabor
You can donate to Gail Drury’s ride across the Nullarbor. The ride begins August 3rd.
Gail Drury, a Bermagui local, is riding a bike 860 kilometres across the Nullarbor, west to east, to raise money for the landscaping efforts. Nardy House will develop a sensory garden around the supported accommodation house with money raised on this mammoth ride across the Plain. Gail will set off on this challenging ride on her seventieth birthday on 3rd August. Gail has raised considerable funds on behalf of charitable organisations by cycling and walking. Her solo efforts for the Australian Dyspraxia include walks from Launceston to Hobart ( 220klms) and Canberra to Bermagui(230klm) Recent cycling challenges include: the Fitz challenge (90km), Mt Buffalo Challenge (100km) and the Amy Gillett Grand Fondo (120km)
Gail has cycled all her life and says,” If I can in some way help the great work that Nardy House does by just riding my bike then it’s all good.”
Gail will be supported by driver, Dave Bulman, who will follow her across the Nullabor
Donating To Nulla for Nardy
Donations to The Nulla for Nardy Campaign may be made via Paypal or by direct deposit into the Nardy House Charity Bank Account. Money raised will be used to develop the sensory gardens around our new permanent accommodation facility. We are a “Can Do” organisation that minimizes administration costs.
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Account Name: Nardy House Charity
Account Number: 122369
We are a Public Benevolent Institution. All donations over $2 are tax deductible