Tickets for the opening show and closing show are on sale in September so check in again then!
Tickets are available for the opening show on Saturday 26 October between 6:30pm – 9pm and the closing show on Sunday 27 October between 6:30pm – 8:30pm. To watch the show at any other time is a gold coin donation. Children aged 2 and under can sit on their parents lap and don’t need a ticket.
The Bendigo Bank Kids Carnival is one of the coolest places to hang out across the Telethon weekend. Each day we open the doors to a special kids world where they can meet Channel 7 stars at the mix94.5 Celebrity Stage, have as many rides as they like and get their face painted (and yours if you want). It's all part of Bendigo Bank's community involvement!
Every year Matt Fuller from Fuller Fitness gets his buddies Soa "The Hulk" Palelei and Josh Catalano together to train to go non stop for 24 hours across the Telethon weekend to raise money for the kids of WA. In 2019 the team are going to try to beat the incredible $150,000 raised last year.
While you're at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, you can check out some of the different organisations who received money from Telethon 2018. The Beneficiaries Expo will be open both days between 10am and 5pm.View our 2018 Beneficiaries
Applications to perform at Telethon 2019 are now closed! Thank you to everyone who applied - the producer will be in contact.
Take a look back at highlights from Telethon 2018
10 year old Kaide was diagnosed with mucopolysaccahridosis (MPS for short!). Fortunately, Kaide was diagnosed with MPS IVA (or Morquio syndrome), probably the least severe of the spectrums. Morquio syndrome is a genetic condition where parents are carriers but show no signs. It's a degenerative and progressive condition with no known cure and very rare impacting 1 in 250,000 births.
Kaide is a true inspiration. He shows so much courage and perseverance and will never give up. Kaide doesn’t understand anything other than top speed. He brings life to any group and will certainly leave this world having made an impression!
The one thing we SHOULD tell you about Kaide is that he doesn't like chocolate... SHOCKING!
6 year old Charlotte was born with Congenital Heart Disease, diagnosed with Pulmonary Atresia with hypoplastic right ventricle.
At just eight days old was the first time Charlotte would be handed over to the cardiology surgical team for her first of several heart operations. At 10 months of age Charlotte returned to Princess Margaret Hospital for her second surgery and her first open heart surgery. Another surgery at 1 and ½ and in November 2016 at almost 5 years old had the completion of her Fontan.
Each and every surgery Charlotte has amazed her parents, and has developed in leaps and bounds surprising her family, nurses and doctors and cardiology team.
Charlotte is a quite achiever and often found tucked away in a corner of the house reading her books or writing, and often heard trying to be a teacher to her younger sister! We can all relate to Charlotte when she says she hates the rain and when she loses a game!
You can help us beat the Telethon total of $38,000,554 by having your own fundraiser. Remember, every cent counts.Get fundraising ideas
Your company can involve your employees in raising money for Telethon by starting a Workplace Giving Program. Employees who donate through Workplace Giving means they pay less tax because their donation comes out of their pay pre-tax. Plus, they get to help the kids of WA at the same time. You could even incentivise them by matching what they donate out of their salary.Find out more Download brochure