Did you notice plenty of trucks in town on Sunday morning?
That's because the annual Convoy For Kids (C4K) Goulburn was on November 14.
C4K Goulburn president Colin Imms said the format of the event was different this year.
"We normally have a big convoy of trucks, but due to COVID restrictions and the difficulty with planning such a big event, we went with a mystery drive," Mr Imms said.
"Some 73 trucks registered this year and drivers found out about the route in the morning."
The 150km event, beginning at the Gateway Service Station at 10am, saw drivers go through town before going past Grabben Gullen, Crookwell, Taralga and Tarlo before ending at Divall's Quarry for a barbecue.
The event aims to provide support for local children with cancer, terminal illness, permanent disabilities and those in need by providing financial assistance to the families of such children with special needs.
Mr Imms thanked the trucking and Goulburn community for their support and said a massive event was prepared for next year.
"We're going to try to break the Guinness world record for most trucks in a convoy," he said.
"We'll also host a concert and hopefully a performance from Bluey."
There was a wide range of heavily discounted Convoy For Kids Goulburn merchandise on sale at the barbecue.
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