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Pink Up Mudgee is committed to being COVID safe. Every Pink Up Mudgee event taking place throughout October will follow all government COVID safe guidelines and we encourage registered businesses to keep this in mind when planning fundraising activities.

Mudgee shines pink each October during Breast Cancer Awareness month and helps raise funds for the McGrath Foundation who place breast care nurses in communities throughout Australia.

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Win an Australian Outback Adventure!

There's a new way to support Pink Up Mudgee this October!

Pick up a raffle ticket and you and a friend could join Glenn McGrath on an iconic Australian Outback Adventure! Not only could you win this amazing prize worth $17,500 but you'll also help get even closer to our fundraising goal. When you check out make sure you select from the dropdown and your ticket purchase be added to our fund raising tally!

Buy a ticket at www.mcgrathfoundation.com.au/raffle. Follow or tag the McGrath Foundation on social media at @McgrathFoundation on Facebook and lnstagram and at @McGrathFdn on Twitter.

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Mudgee was the first...


Mudgee was the first town in Australia to turn pink and shine a light on the impact of breast cancer in their community. Since 2016, more than 200 businesses and organisations each year join the activity “Pink Up Mudgee”, raising money for the McGrath Foundation by turning the whole town pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October).

The entire Mudgee community comes together to be a part of this month long spectacle; from shops on the main street, schools, firefighters, tradies and doctors through to a pink bubbles carwash, the pub, local veterinary hospital and many others.

- Pink Up Case Study provided by McGrath Foundation

It is an incredible feeling...

“It is an incredible feeling to be part of a community that wants to contribute to such a great cause. Everyone who lives in the region, or visits the region throughout the year is already aware of the generous spirit our community emanates, so to share the love with the rest of Australia is wonderful – We hope it inspires other regions to come together and support Breast Cancer Awareness Month.”

-Cara George, CEO of Mudgee Regional Tourism

I’m pleased to see the concept growing off the back of last year’s success. ...

“I’m pleased to see the concept growing off the back of last year’s success.  This year we have over 285 local businesses participating in PINK activities, nine separate events throughout the month to drive donations and of course, a competition to engage Mudgee residents to take part in the fun. I’m looking forward to another successful year, and raising more funds for the McGrath Foundation.”

-Hugh Bateman, the founder of Pink Up Mudgee


It’s not just local business getting on-board
Mudgee Region residents are encouraged to take part in the online competition to ‘Pink Up Your House’ to further spread the colour PINK through the community.
Please contact Petrie's Mitre 10 to register your Pink House.

A pink house with pink ribbons on it's front gate