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What About Gates?

Most of the gates are found on private properties. The Kidney Kar Rally organisers rely on the generosity of landowners for the use of their private roads.

How Does Time Claims & Score Enquiries Work?

If you would like to query a result you will find a Results Query form in your Road Book (issued at start of Kidney Kar Rally). Just simply fill out the form and hand it to the Official at Administration.

Magic Mobility Sponsors Team Diamond Protection – Kar 1995

For over 20 years Magic Mobility has been a wholly Australian owned and operated manufacturer of quality power and manual wheelchairs.
We have become famous for our ability to design and produce highly customised seating and drive systems, enabling all of our customers to become much more independent.

HSD to take part in the 2015 Kidney Kar Rally

HSD is proud to announce that our co-founder Mike Nancarrow and his brother-in-law Jules will be heading off in August for the 26th Annual Kidney Kar Rally from Alice Springs to Moama to raise funding to help kids with kidney disease through the National Kidney Kids Program in conjunction with Kidney Health Australia.

Wagga man Callum Price on a quest to boost organ donations

When Wagga man Callum Price was granted a new lease on life, he challenged himself to reach new feats year after year.

Last year, he donned the boxing gloves and jumped in the ring. This year, he made his first grade debut for Brothers.

SIDCOR Chartered Accountants donation

Thanks to the great team at SIDCOR Chartered Accountants for their generous donation to support Team Diamond Protection – www.kar1995.com.au  for the upcoming Annual Kidney Kar Rally which travels through Alice Springs to Moama (Echuca) via Coober Pedy on 11th to 21st August 2015. This is such a worthy cause. The Kidney Kar Rally raises money for Kidney Health Australia’s Kidney Kids Programs which allow children and their families living with and affected by kidney disease to enjoy fun filled days of camps and activities whilst still receiving the necessary medical care.