Meet the NSW hayrunners helping out QLD farmers | photos, videos

With just days left until the biggest hay run in history, local trucks are gearing up for the 1860 kilometre trip. 

The trip is expected to cost each truck around $2,000 in fuel. 

Drivers are donating their time to drive and their trucks while all hay has been donated by farmers. 

The mastermind behind the trip, farmer Brendan Farrell, has been coordinating the trip.

There will be 22 trucks towing 138 trailers full of hay. 

You can help

Donations can still be made via the Drought Angels Facebook page or to Sydney Rotary, who are handling all Burrumbuttck Hay Runners money.

Donations can be made to Sydney Rotary using the following details:

BSB: 062 438; ACC: 10211156; Description: Drought Appeal

Donations to Drought Angels can be made

Donate to Drought Angels can be made at www.cfsc.org.au and choose donate now and then choose Drought Angels option.

You can direct deposit at:

CBA; BSB: 064409; Account: 10175749; Name: Drought Angels

The Trip

January 7

Depart Darlington Point at 6.30am

Lunch at Cobar NSW

Dinner and bed at Barringun QLD

January 8

Lunch at Blackhall QLD

Arrive Ilfracombe QLD

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