Roundwood Solutions Limestone Coast Toy Run

Roundwood Solutions Limestone Coast Toy Run 2021 – ‘Cruise for the kids’


The streets of Mount Gambier were bright with excitement as crowds gathered to watch the annual Roundwood Solutions Limestone Coast Toy Run thunder into town on Saturday, November 6.

134 motorcycles and 41 cars poured into the Mount Gambier Railway Lands before the official opening of the free community event.

Hundreds of locals gathered to admire the vehicles, and enjoy the food and live entertainment, while twelve trophies were awarded in the Show ‘n’ Shine competition.


2021 Event Photo Gallery


Help to make sure every child receives a gift this Christmas. 


Due to COVID-19, only money donations can be accepted and used to purchase toys.

To make a cash donation, click the button below and ensure you select ‘Limestone Coast Toy Run 2021’ from the drop-down Appeal Menu.



Thank you for your support.



Due to COVID-19, some details may change. Please check the Facebook Page for updates.


Please check the Facebook page for departure times and locations. 


For more information call 0438 299 732


Persons participating in the Limestone Coast Toy Run are reminded that motorcycling and driving are high-risk activities and that accidents can and do happen. All participating riders and drivers of this event are expected to be licensed and to ride/drive at their own risk and insurance policies. All machines must be registered and roadworthy. All road rules are to be adhered to and any form of unruly behaviour will not be tolerated. The organisation of this event is  conducted as a free public service by Baptist Care SA.


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Baptist Care SA, lives, works and walks on Kaurna, Peramangk and Boandik lands. We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the state’s first peoples, recognise their traditional ownership, and respect their cultural heritage, beliefs, deep connection and continued guardianship of land and waters. We value the contributions of Elders past and present, and are committed to learning from those emerging.