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Central Coast coup

AUSTRALIA’s most famous piece of silverware, the Melbourne Cup, is scheduled to arrive on the NSW Central Coast, on Friday 7 September, one of the destinations selected to be included in the 10th Anniversary Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour.    Valued at $175,000, ‘The Cup’ will tour the area engaging with the local community, and be the catalyst for fund raising for the local not-for-profit charity, Camp Breakaway, to finance items on their wishlist.    The Central Coast is one of just 26 destinations in ‘The Cup’s’ tour leading up to the 152nd running of the Emirates Melbourne Cup to take place on Tuesday, 6 November.    ‘The Cup’ will tour the iconic Norah Head Lighthouse at sunrise and visit local schools, aged care facilities and Wyong Hospital to encourage the community to share and/or create memories of ‘The Cup’ and for the first time in the history of the Wyong Gold Cup, people wanting to glimpse  ‘The Cup’ will be able to enter the course free of charge. AUSTRALIA’s most famous piece of silverware, the Melbourne Cup, is scheduled to arrive on the NSW Central Coast, on Friday 7 September, one of the destinations selected to be included in the 10th Anniversary Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour.
Valued at $175,000, ‘The Cup’ will tour the area engaging with the local community, and be the catalyst for fund raising for the local not-for-profit charity, Camp Breakaway, to finance items on their wishlist.
The Central Coast is one of just 26 destinations in ‘The Cup’s’ tour leading up to the 152nd running of the Emirates Melbourne Cup to take place on Tuesday, 6 November.
‘The Cup’ will tour the iconic Norah Head Lighthouse at sunrise and visit local schools, aged care facilities and Wyong Hospital to encourage the community to share and/or create memories of ‘The Cup’ and for the first time in the history of the Wyong Gold Cup, people wanting to glimpse ‘The Cup’ will be able to enter the course free of charge.
 
 
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