Motivated by his dad’s death from diabetes, West Australian Glen Hurst has embarked on an unusual adventure, towing a boat with a motorbike around Australia in 80 days.

Mr Hurst is joined by his wife Marina and friends Guy Cook and Raymond Cowcill on the bold journey,which stops in Penrith on Tuesday,August 19 -nearing the halfway mark.

The group has already driven more than 13,000 kilometres as part of the “Hope in a Boat” project, being backed by the Lions Club of Albany, that aims to raise $1 million for Diabetes Research WA.

“I lost my dad to diabetes a year ago and my mum also has the condition so this is a cause that’s very close to me,” Mr Hurst said.

“Our dream with this project is to help Diabetes Research WA fund medical research that may lead to a cure for diabetes.”

To support the project, call 0427 984 154 ordonations can made to:

National Bank

Lions Club of Albany

Around Australia Fundraising

BSB 086-518 A/C 843 831 400

Details: diabetesresearchwa苏州美甲美睫培训学校.auor call (08) 9224 1006.

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