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Australia’s most remote World’s Greatest Shave by ‘sarahandkeelan.travels’ at stunning Ningaloo Station

Leukaemia Foundation / World's Greatest Shave 2 mins read
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Keelan Smith and Sarah Sellin from sarahandkeelan.travels are two travel loving Aussies who have been making their way around the country for the last three years, whilst documenting their adventures for the world to see.

They’ve garnered a large following and have just completed Australia’s most remote ‘World’s Greatest Shave’ at the stunning Ningaloo Station in WA. 

  • Keelan has been growing his long blonde locks for years and decided to take part in this years Leukaemia Foundation's World’s Greatest Shave.
  • Keelen’s shave happened at the beautiful Ningaloo Station in WA, making it the most remote World’s Greatest Shave for 2024, and to the Leukaemia Foundation's knowledge, the most remote shave we’ve ever seen. 
    • Ningaloo Station is a sheep station located in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia about 40 km north of Coral Bay. It is bordered to the north by Cape Range National Park.
  • His reason for taking part and raising money for the Leukaemia Foundation is so that he can help as many people as possible, and raise as much money as he can, whilst leveraging his social platforms to raise much-needed awareness of blood cancer in Australia.
  • Keelan is aiming to be one of this year’s top fundraisers and raise over $45,000 for Aussies living with blood cancer. He is currently very close at nearly $43K. His fundraising page here
  • Keelan sported a funky looking mullet which he had cut in different ways over the weeks leading up to his big shave – all of which was documented on social media.  
  • The Leukaemia Foundation’s World’s Greatest Shave has seen thousands of Aussies, like Keelan, take part by shaving, cutting, and colouring their hair in March to support the 140,000 Australians currently living with blood cancer.  

CONTENT AVAILABLE:

INTERVIEW OPPS: 

  • Keelan & Sarah:  Via Zoom or phone to discuss Keelan’s reasons for taking part, the fact that it’s Australia’s most remote World’s Greatest Shave, and how he’s feeling after his buzz-cut.
  • Chris Tanti, CEO, Leukaemia Foundation:  To discuss the impact of the funds raised by Keelan, how it will help support Australians impacted by blood cancer, and the stats/facts of blood cancer. 

This is a very cool and quirky story opportunity for travel media and Keelan and Sarah will make for a great, quintessential Aussie style interview.

Please contact us if you’d like to take up the opportunity to interview them and/or the Leukaemia Foundation CEO, or simply just feature their story on your platform.


Contact details:

Contact the Leukaemia Foundation media team via media@leukaemia.org.au

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