Sunrise hosts Natalie Barr, Edwina Bartholomew, and Mark Beretta were among a host of Aussie stars who channelled their inner groovy for the annual Tour de Cure Spring Lunch.
The 70s themed lunch held at Sydney’s Hyatt Regency on Thursday aims to raise much-needed funds for Australian cancer research projects and awareness initiatives.
This year's event raised an incredible $1 Million, including pledges to PanKind pancreatic cancer research and Kids Clinical Trials children’s cancer research.
Natalie Barr opted for high-waisted brown pants and a patterned shirt to match the fun, flair, and fashion of the seventies and the groovy dress code.
Meanwhile, a pregnant Edwina Bartholomew went for a similar look, also wearing dark pants and a brown button up shirt complete with a 'Flower child' pattern.
Seven’s Mark Beretta was Masters of Ceremonies alongside James Tobin, in collaboration with Dominique Robinson, Chair of the Tour de Cure Gala Committee.
The 600 attendees were also treated to outstanding performances by Ricki-Lee, winner of The Voice Australia Bella Taylor Smith, comedy character Bob Downe, and the Australian Army Band Sydney.
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