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Farmers in outback trek for RFDS

By Tanayah Wakefield

The Royal Flying Doctor Service’s life-saving work is something Piñata Farms’ Gavin and Stephen Scurr value, particularly following the rescue of one of their farm workers in the Northern Territory.

They will be aiming to raise $30,000, including from corporate sponsors, for the organisation, when they embark on the Outback Car Trek from May 30 to June 11.

Since entering their first trek in 2014, the Scurrs have raised more than $120,000 for the RFDS, which provides primary health and emergency care to more than 1000 people in remote and regional Australia every day.

“We were inspired to join the trek when one of our farm workers survived a shocking car accident in the Northern Territory only because of the RFDS,” Managing Director Gavin Scurr says.

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