Mercedes-Benz North Shore proudly supports

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE BALMORAL BURN CHAMPIONS!

Balmoral Burn
Balmoral Burn

Balmoral Burn was created by Wallaby great Phil Kearns AM, and is now in its 17th year. This community event will see families, corporations, children and pets take on the 420m course up Awaba Street in Mosman. 
The Mercedes-Benz North Shore team, on Sunday 28th of May 2017 won the Motor Industry Team Relay for the second year in a row, at the Humpty Dumpty Balmoral Burn 2017.

Simon Harburg, Jelle Baker, Ben Ross and Noah Tarasin created a new record and clocked 1min 10 sec on the gruelling 420m hill.

Most importantly, all our participants have helped raise much needed funds for the ‘Humpty Dumpty Foundation’ who provide life saving equipment to Children in Hospitals. 

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Oxfam Trailwalker Sydney

Oxfam Trailwalker is Australia's original 100km team endurance event in which teams of four tackle 100kms of Australian bush within 48 hours. This will be a challenge for us in many ways, but we are ready to do something epic to fight poverty and injustice throughout the world. With the help of our walking poles and our support crew, we are determined to start together, stick together and cross the Finish line together!

We are proud to support Oxfam Australia and thank you in advance for supporting our team!

This year our team will comprise of:

1. Paul Hughes
2. Simon Radojevic
3. Scott Duncan
4. Mark Dennis

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Mercedes-Benz North Shore proudly supports the Mosman Netball Club. This community run sporting association, provide children and adults from the lower north shore with an opportunity to play netball which according to the Bureau of Statistics is the most popular team sport played by females in Australia. 

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Brainwave Australia

Brainwave aims to provide practical assistance and emotional support to children with neurological conditions as well as their families and carers to positively impact their quality of life.

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