PHOTOS: Rev-heads show off pride and joy at car event
250 REVHEADS had a chance to show off their pride and joy for a good cause this weekend.
The Hot Rods for the Homeless event was on in Gladstone on Saturday raising funds for Roseberry House Queensland.
Hot Rods for the Homeless CEO Rohan James Robertson said Gladstone has one of the biggest homelessness situations in Queensland.
"We want to raise awareness of that and what better way then by having a day out supporting Roseberry QLD," said Mr Robertson.
Entertainment for the night was provided by Kahn Goodluck and Brittany-Elise Johansen before the night was topped off with Tania Kernaghan.
Mr Robertson has plans on rebranding next year's event at Port City in April.
"Next year will be CardiGras Gladstone with a festival day including a car show, children's rides, markets, trade stalls, car show and concert but in a festival atmosphere," said Mr Robertson.