Socially conscious TV travel show, Adventure All Stars, visits the Sapphire Coast in tonight’s episode.
Featuring the owners of Ultimate Campers in Moruya, Bronwyn and David Rodgers as well as celebrity guest, Tathra’s Frankie J Holden, Adventure All Stars shows 12 authentic cast members from across Australia experiencing some of the best the Sapphire Coast has to offer including an oyster tour, surfing, mountain e-biking, gin school, a visit to Magic Mountain in Merimbula, and a coastal wildlife tour.
Prior to the commencement of filming, all cast members including Frankie J. raised funds for Australian charities, and their reward is the trip-of-a-lifetime with Adventure All Stars.
All net proceeds from the TV series are gifted to Australian charities with funds raised via the Sapphire Coast episode will support Walk a While Foundation, NSW RFS and Bully Zero.
The Sapphire Coast episode of Adventure All Stars will premiere on Channel 7’s streaming service, 7Plus tonight.
Mr Rogers said they supported a charity called Walk A While which works with the Indigenous people of Central Australia and helps build connections using creative and visual arts.
When Bronwyn and David heard about the opportunity to raise more funds for their chosen charity while having a bit of a holiday, Mr Rogers said they were all in.
“I’ve ended up not far from my workplace in Moruya on the South Coast and I’m finding places I didn’t even know where here,” Rogers told East Coast Radio.
“It’s going to be entertaining for people to watch the show, it’s lots of fun,” he continued.
“Locals should tune in to discover more about the local area. I was amazed by the activities, with so many amazing things to do in places like Tathra, Bermagui and Merimbula.”
Australian showbiz legend, Frankie J. Holden OAM is Adventure All Stars’ Celebrity Guest star – having initially appeared in the second season of the series and making a return especially for the third season episode in his hometown.
“They’re getting really good exposure of some of the best things we have to offer on the Sapphire Coast, so it’s great exposure for the whole area,” Mr Holden said.
Images: James Fennessy – East Coast Radio