In their third gig as Australia Day ambassadors, this year's trip to Bathurst may be the best one yet for Lana and Roger Borg.
Well, at least it's definitely the case for Roger.
"My husband is a big Bathurst races fan, so when we were told we were going there, he was quite excited," Lana explained.
"I imagine we'll do a few laps in the morning when we arrive.
"We feel quite honoured that we get [to be ambassadors for Bathurst]. We'd like to be able to spread awareness of what we do and encourage others to help out in their area."
The couple previously represented Trangie in 2018 and Merriwa in 2019 and they've got a great reputation in charity work in Western Sydney.
They founded Mama Lana's Community Foundation, which has over 80 volunteers dedicated to helping homeless and the underprivileged.
The foundation offers hot meals six nights a week, supplies food and toiletry packs, as well as providing clothing, sleeping bags, swags and blankets.
It all started back in 2013, when terrible bushfires ravaged the Blue Mountains.
"We had the bushfires up in the Blue Mountains, so my husband and I contacted the fire chief at Winmalee and asked if they'd like some hot, home-cooked meals," Ms Borg explained.
"I just started cooking. I think it's my Italian background that I like to feed people and especially in times of crisis like that.
"We ended up cooking 12 days straight when they were fighting the fires and it just sort came off the back of the that.
"I offered to cook for homeless people in Penrith for Christmas and that was through Vinnies.
"When that ended, we started our own charity."
Bathurst mayor Bobby Bourke said he was honoured to have both Lana and Roger Borg attend our Australia Day activities.
"Their dedication to helping those less fortunate is what being Australian is all about and we look forward to hearing their story which epitomises the Australian culture of giving and lending a hand to those who need it most," he said.