Maureen Stevens is searching for two farming families to give a holiday in Caloundra to.
Maureen Stevens is searching for two farming families to give a holiday in Caloundra to. Katie Hall

Drought break: Couple offer holiday for struggling farmers

FARMING families across the country are doing it tough.

One Bundaberg couple is looking to give back to hard-working farmers by giving away a well-deserved holiday on the Sunshine Coast for two farming families.

Maureen Stevens and her husband, Darrell, have booked two, two-bedroom holiday apartments at the Ramada Resort Golden Beach in Caloundra.

Maureen said they could go without a holiday next year, if it meant giving a struggling family the opportunity to relax and feel happy.

"I just thought it would be a worthy cause, and make someone happy," Mrs Stevens said.

If you have information to help Maureen and Darrell give a farming family a holiday, contact Maureen Stevens on 4151 1563.

Read the full story at the Bundaberg News Mail


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