Driving from Perth to Sydney in cars worth under $1000 the Shitbox rally drivers stopped for morning tea in Lithgow on Friday, May 17.
As it was the last day of their drive, the drivers were keen for a good cup of coffee before making their way down to Sydney.
The Shitbox rally is a bi-annual event dedicated to raising funds to support cancer research.
Greg Robinson who is part of the Tartan Twins team drove through five Australian deserts and also Uluru in the dead centre of Australia.
"We have seen some amazing sites and today we will go over the harbour bridge," he said.
The Tartan Twins, one of the 250 cars that travelled from Perth to Sydney have raised $10,650 thus far.
"This year as a collective we have raised over $2.5 million for the Cancer Council," he said.
The event which is in its 10th year is about challenging its participants and their cars, across a 10 day adventure to raise money for the cancer council.
The rally is not a race, with participants travelling at their own pace, often with vehicles breaking down.
"Look, we have had an absolute ball doing it," he said.