SONS of ANZAC Hunter
NAL Harley Charity Riders
Harley Charity Riders under the banner of Sons of Anzacs Hunter are riders who are ex-military or had an immediate male family member i.e. grandfather, father or brother in the military.
It is a small club of 15 members and the majority of riders are veterans’ sons. Their fathers were involved in a range of conflicts.
The group is focused on fellowship and meets once a month and conducts two rides a month, usually locally in Newcastle, Hunter and Central Coast regions.
Three times a year, the riders focus on raising money for Legacy – the charity that provides services to Australian families suffering after the injury or death of a spouse or parent, during or after their defence force service. Legacy cares for about 65,000 widow(er)s and 1800 children and disabled dependants throughout Australia.
The Newcastle Regional Show is one of its fundraising events. When the riders are not part of the centre ring events on Friday at 6.50pm and Saturday at 5.40pm, they will be displaying their bikes and selling t-shirts as well as raffle tickets for two nights accommodation at Nelson Bay and other prizes at $2 a ticket or 3 for $5 near the Agriculture Precinct