Rockabilly Café is hoping it's a case of third time lucky for Adam's Day, after the event changed dates three times due to COVID.
Café owner Tanya Ingwersen initiated the 'Dreams Can Come True'initiative to raise money for local boy Adam Beuzeville, who is living with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD).
Her aim is to raise enough money to send Adam and his family on an all expenses paid holiday.
The new date for the Adam's Day fundraiser is Sunday, December 12.
"I'm hoping to raise $15,000 and that's definitely doable," Ms Ingwersen said.
"I really would like to thank the community of Bathurst and the businesses that have got behind us.
"We've all struggled but we've all come together and really made this happen."
The section of George street between Keppel and Piper, outside of Rockabilly Café, will be closed to accommodate the Mazda Display, firetrucks, stalls, jumping castle, live music and community members attending.
The fundraiser will begin at 8am with anyone bringing their car for the show required to arrive before then.
Locals are encouraged to check out the fun throughout the morning with the event finishing at 1:00pm.
Ms Ingwersen hopes to make the 'Dreams Can Come True' initiative an annual fundraiser, supporting a different local family each year.
She also plans to advocate for adult changeroom facilities in town.
"They've got a decent one down at Weastmead and it's basically got a proper bed that takes an adult and it will drop all the way to the floor so you can just take the child or the adult out of the chair and onto that," Adam's father Chris Beuzeville said.
For families living with a disabled family member going on holidays can be extremely difficult, so being able to create some amazing memories that will last a lifetime and not have to stress about costs will mean the world to the Beuzeville family.
Mr Beuzeville said all the support has made him "a bit teary-eyed".
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