The Great Ocean Road will star as the location for a travel-based television show that raises money for a cancer charity.
Charity TV Global’s series Adventure All Stars saw participants travel throughout the region this week to experience a variety of activities and adventures the Great Ocean Road has to offer for a 40-minute episode.
Filming took place at the Otway Ranges, Apollo Bay, Aireys Inlet, Torquay and Queenscliff.
Charity TV Global’s casting process required the participants to raise money for nominated causes before filming started, with Myeloma Australia the recipient of the Great Ocean Road episode. Myeloma is a cancer that develops from plasma cells in the bone marrow that have a cancerous or malignant change.
Myeloma Australia aims to facilitate research, support and educate people involved in the care and treatment of myeloma, and raise community awareness and understanding.
The Charity TV Global participants travel across Aus- tralia for eight episodes, with the net proceeds of the project distributed to the nominated philanthropic causes.
The Adventure All Stars series will broadcast on 7TWO later this year, with the previous season available on 7plus.
Original Article: Colac Herald