Sea-Fari 2017 - Australia Day Great Barrier Reef Island Hop!

Jet Ski Club

Exciting times for Trinity Powersports Sea-Fari on Australia Day 2017

Rider registrations are now open. Head to to register

Art Union ticket books are available for rider fundraising. This year's art union prize thanks to Trinity Powersports is a Sea-doo GTI130PWC PWC 2016 model inlcuding trailer and 12 months registration valued at $17,118. Tickets are only $2 each.

Now we all know we have some of the best ocean in the world for getting out on a jetski and it seems PWC powerhouse Jetski TV think so too! Mandy and her awesome crew will be along for the film us for broadcast to the world! Jetski TV

We have a celebrity special guest...Can't say too much until the big announcement except if you watched the BROCK telemovie and Bathurst 1000 on the weekend you would have seen him in both!

Follow us on Facebook and listen to Star 102.7 to find out more.

Nicole Gibson | Fundraising Coordinator
Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation

P 07 4226 6723 | F 07 4226 6663
PO Box 957, Cairns QLD, 4870
Ground Floor Block E | Cairns Hospital | Cnr Grove & Digger Streets Cairns QLD, 4870 |



Fun First!
Join Us and Greg "Rusty" Rust foe a JetSki Powered adventure.

Were heading up there a couple of days before the event to check out some Cairns riding FUN!!! Party time for a good cause pt1



Fun First!
Hi Guys,
Registrations are now open for Trinity Powersports Sea-Fari 2017 - Great Barrier Reef Charity Island Hop.
If you have a jet ski or know someone who does then get a team together for this awesome adventure.
Our homegrown superstars from Star FM will be joined by Mr Motorsport himself, Greg ‘Rusty’ Rust and watersports powerhouse Jetski TV as we island hop from Yorkeys Knob to Port Douglas to raise funds to support cancer patients and their families in FNQ.
Sea-Fari Family Fun
Got a loved one on Sea-Fari? Join us for lunch. Bring the kids and be there to welcome our riders as the arrive at Port Douglas Yacht Club from 11.30am.
Cairns Hospital's Ivor the Clown will be there to entertain the kids. There will also be a fancy dress competition with prizes for best dressed rider and child. The theme is Be Iconic so come as your favourite Icon to win.
7.15am Breakfast at Yorkeys Knob Boating Club
9am Event start
11.30am Ivor the Clown and family fun at Port Douglas Yacht Club
12pm - 2pm Lunch at the Port Douglas Yacht Club, presentations and refuel
2pm Event finishes
Riders can return to Cairns by car or sea
After event option:
3.30pm: Yorkeys Knob Boat Club for post event celebrations
To register or find out more visit:
We'll be there filming all the fun and especially enjoying the post event celebrations clp clp clp



Fun First!
Well the time is almost upon us - We sure are excited!

How's your fundraising going? We're still pushing those raffle tickets as every little bit helps!!!

Don't forget you can log into your dashboard and send emails to your contacts, share it out to social media and tell people why you're taking part.

A couple of housekeeping matters:
Please pre-purchase your fuel online for the return trip back to Cairns (If you're coming back on the wter, that is). This will save hassle and having to wait for a squillion jetskis to go in and pay before the next fuels up.

How's your "iconic" outfit coming along?

Last year we had superman and a batman among others, so we're very excited to see your creativity this year. Don't forget you can win some cool prizes for top fundraiser, most iconic photos, best dressed individual, best dressed team and best dressed kids.

Do you want the family to join us for lunch in Port Douglas?

You can pre purchase meal tickets for them by logging into your page with your email address and password.

Purchase tickets and fuel under the merchandise tab.

Do you have any raffle tickets (sold or unsold)? They need to be returned to the office by 5pm Tuesday 24th January.

Can't wait to see y ou at 6.45am next Thursday at Yorkeys Knob for bacon and eggs!

The Jet Ski TV Team!



Fun First!
The Sea-Fari is a jetski-powered island hop through the Great Barrier Reef’s iconic northern waters – between Yorkeys Knob and Port Douglas, on Australia Day each year.

Considered one of the most spectacular jetski routes in the world, the event raises money for the Cancer Care Ward at Cairns Hospital via donations to the Far North Queensland Hospital Foundation.

Sea-Fari is in memory of Cairns Hospital cancer patient Brian “Unit” Wilson whose vision for an aquatic fundraising event has generated more than $140,000 since its inception in 2011.

Foundation fundraising and marketing manager Glenys Duncombe said the event has attracted more jetski’s every year, as well as national motorsport commentator Greg Rust and international jetski promoter JetskiTV.

This event has come a long way and we’had a lot of fun while fundraising for cancer services.

A flotilla of more than 35 jetskis plus support boats departed Yorkeys Knob Boat Club at 9am Thursday, stopping at Double Island, Scout Hat Island and Low Island, before lunching at the Port Douglas Yacht Club and making their own way back to Cairns.

Participants raised $36,731this year, which will go towards improving services and equipment for cancer patients in the Far North.

This is a really fun event which is a lovely way to celebrate Australia Day – by helping your fellow Australian who is dealing with cancer, Ms Duncombe said.

JSTV - Rein Edition