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THE RADIOTHON IS OVER, BUT YOU CAN CONTINUE TO MAKE CASH DONATIONS BY DIRECT DEPOSIT INTO THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNT:

Bank: National Australia Bank

Account Name: 2EC Radiothon Account

BSB: 082-439

Account Number: 116128524


The team are busy collating and sorting items to distribute between the Bega and Batemans Bay offices. We anticipate having this ready by Wednesday 18 April.

We will be calling you personally to let you know what you have won and what you need to do next.

Winning bidders/cash donations will be asked to go to the local NAB bank or do online banking. They will require a receipt from the bank to bring into the office to collect your items/vouchers.

Any winning bidders from North Narooma to Ulladulla will pick up their items from the Batemans Bay office. Winning Bidders from South Narooma to Eden will pick up from the Bega office.

We would like your assistance in picking up items at your earliest convenience so that we can get this much needed donation to the Mayoral Appeal Fund.

Once again, thank you all very much for being a part of a great weekend for our 34th Radiothon - Taking Care of Tathra.


2EC & Power FM’s 34th Annual Radiothon, in partnership with the Bega Valley Shire Council’s Mayoral Appeal Fund, will be brought forward this year.

The 34th 2EC & POWER FM RADIOTHON for TAKING CARE of TATHRA will be held this weekend, Saturday 14th & Sunday 15th April 2018 and will run from 6am to 6pm on both days.

View the auction items below in the catalogue.

*MORE ITEMS KEEP BEING DONATED SO ALSO KEEP AN EYE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR ITEMS NOT IN THE CATALOGUE.

2EC Facebook Page

List of Items for Auction

Photos of Items for Auction

Part 1

Items 1 to 210

Part 2

Items 211 to 400

We are coming together as a community to raise money to help Take Care of Tathra after the 18th March Bega-Tathra fire ripped through the town in a matter of hours.

The seaside village of Tathra is one of our South Coast’s most beautiful locations, frequented by locals and visitors all year round. The tightknit township has a population of 1,600 - consisting of 981 homes plus businesses. 69 family homes were destroyed & 39 homes damaged. Some local businesses have also been destroyed.

The whole town was in lock down for days. This meant people were displaced and businesses shut down. It will take a great deal of community help to get the small village that is loved by many people far and wide back to its glorious self.