Join The Smith Family on a cycling adventure across Cambodia to raise funds for disadvantaged Australian children.
One in seven Australian children and young people grow up in poverty, and this can limit their choices, opportunities and outcomes in life. Investing in the education of a disadvantaged child delivers long-term positive benefits for them, their family and potentially generations to come.
On this 10-day Cambodian cycling adventure, fill your senses with the sights, sounds and smells of Southeast Asia. Walk the tree-lined boulevards of Siem Reap and discover the magnificent Angkor Temple Complex, before cycling beyond the city limits into the unfolding countryside: through rice paddies, sugar-palm plantations and small villages. Spend half a day discovering the secrets to traditional Cambodian cuisine and learn more about the remarkable history of the Khmer people.
The adventure concludes in Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s bustling capital. Here you will have free time to explore the contrasts of ancient and modern, and learn more about the confronting history of this beguiling country. You’ll farewell Cambodia and celebrate the team’s success with a final dinner at Romdeng, a vocational training restaurant serving up delicious Khmer food for a cause.
Best of all, by taking on this incredible challenge, you can support a better future for a child in need.