Cracker night helps RACQ-CQ

FANTASEA Adventure Cruising's annual Cracker Night held last month raised $10,000 for the RACQ-CQ Rescue Helicopter service.

Fantasea Adventure Cruising General Manager, Rob Addis and cracker night organiser Sarah Adams proudly presented the funds to RACQ's Leonie Hansen with the money to go towards ensuring the lifesaving CQ Rescue Helicopter service keeps operating in Central Queensland.

Fantasea's cracker night has been a popular community event supporting numerous local charities, all which play a vital role in providing assistance to those in need in Central Queensland communities.

Each year Fantasea encourages visitors and the local community to turn out in support of cracker night and embrace the Fantasea spirit of fun whilst helping to boost local charities.

This year, RACQ-CQ Rescue received all profits from the evening which included an entertainment line-up of live music by Under the Radar, a bar and takeaway food stalls, children's activities and an impressive $20,000 fireworks display as the highlight of the night.

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