Stars set to drop by for carnival day

Emily AceSouth Western Times
Rohan Nichol plays Ben Astoni on Home and Away.
Camera IconRohan Nichol plays Ben Astoni on Home and Away.

Supernerd Issa Schultz from The Chase Australia and Home and Away star Rohan Nichol have been announced as the celebrities set to visit Bunbury Centrepoint shopping centre for the Telethon Carnival Day on Sunday.

Schultz found further fame last year when he appeared on Hell’s Kitchen Australia, while Nichol appears on screens around the country each night as Ben Astoni.

Nichol – who grew up in Geraldton – is best known for playing Captain Raymus Antilles in Star Wars: Episode 3 –Revenge of the Sith.

Nichol He has also appeared in A Place To Call Home, Underbelly, Red Dog and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

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Fans will have the chance to pick up the GWN7 stars from Bunbury airport in a limousine if they are the highest bidder at an auction, due to take place at the centre from 11am.

Issa Schultz, from The Chase Australia, will visit Bunbury for Telethon 2018.
Camera IconIssa Schultz, from The Chase Australia, will visit Bunbury for Telethon 2018. Credit: supplied

Visitors can also get their hands on signed West Coast Eagles merchandise, gourmet escape tickets and a training session with Slammers captain Clive Weeden.

Entertainment will include hot rods, train rides, climbing walls, showbags, face painting and a sausage sizzle.

“Everyone loves a day out and that is what it is all about – coming down, anything people purchase or the money they give over for the rides they know it is all going to Telethon so that makes it even more fun,” she said.

“Every donation counts and Telethon is getting bigger and bigger every year, but it can only get bigger and bigger because of all the little people still donating.”

The event will run from 10am to 3pm, with the celebrities expected to visit after midday.

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