The 2022 Telethon Weekend is at RAC Arena
Telethon as you know and love will be back with all your TV favourites and some of the biggest names in Australian music.
We’re back with 26-hours of live entertainment!
Telethon is coming back to the Perth CBD this October and that’s doubly exciting because a host of big name interstate stars are finally able to come back too.
Familiar faces from Channel 7 ready to book flights west include Kochie and Nat from Sunrise, Larry Emdur from The Morning Show and Home and Away stars Lynne McGranger, Ada Nicodemou and Matt Evans.
The Telethon Weekend will be broadcast live from 7pm on Saturday, October 22, through to Sunday, October 23. The Telethon Family Festival presented by Coles will be held on the Sunday at RAC Arena and along parts of Wellington Street, keeping all aspects of the weekend in one convenient location.
ZeroG is a new force helping WA kids achieve their maximum results
A message from the kids of WA2m watching time
An Australian-first robot that helps kids learn how to walk has just arrived at the Healthy Strides Foundation in East Victoria Park, Western Australia.
The mastermind behind the idea, Dr Dayna Pool, first saw the technology being used in the United States and spent ten years campaigning to bring it to Western Australia.
This ground-breaking balance and support technology is a first for Western Australia and is set to change the lives of children and their families.
Camp Quality – Kids Impacted by Carers Cancer1m watching time
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The countdown to Telethon 2022 is well and truly on, and it is going to be spectacular. Telethon is coming back to the Perth CBD this October and that’s doubly exciting because a host of big name interstate stars are finally able to come back too. Familiar faces from Channel 7 ready to book flights…Read More
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