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Dr Joel’s $10,000 ride to Redcliffe

By Tanayah Wakefield

Dr Joel Dulhunty is back at Redcliffe Hospital after completing a marathon 42-day fundraising Ride for Research.

With his wife Naoni, the Director of Research and Medical Education, rode 2621kms from Cairns to Brisbane, via Cooktown and the Atherton tablelands.

It raised $10,800 and Dr Dulhunty will continue donating towards the $120,000 needed for a senior university researcher at Redcliffe Hospital for three years.

Highlights

Dr Joel said one of the highlights of the ride was the final day leaving Woodford in mist before a “beautiful blue sunny day” for the ride to Caboolture and then Redcliffe Hospital.

“After cycling the many bumpy backroads and busy highways, the cycleways of the southeast were such a pleasant change,” said Dr Dulhunty.

“Arriving at Redcliffe Hospital was a highlight too, meeting up again with friends and colleagues.”

Fundraising

Dr Dulhunty will continue donating $1 for every kilometre he rides towards the fundraising target.

To make a donation and for more information visit raiseitforredcliffe.com.au

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