Discovery Parks Dubbo was one of 270 of the branches locations across Australia to participate in a fundraising barbecue on Australia Day.
The funds raised by their efforts will go to Wires Australia and the Salvation Army for bushfire support.
The event was closed to the public and catered towards the 90 guests staying at the park, with Discovery Parks as a group pledging to match the funds raised by the event up to $100,000.
Discovery manager Tim Tyler said the fundraiser was all about being able to give back to the community and support those affected by the unprecedented and ongoing bushfires burning across Australia as a large organisation with caravan parks in various locations.
"This is what discoveries about, it's what the brand is all about," Mr Tyler said.
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Dubbo businesses also jumped on board to support the nation-wide project by contributing prizes to raffle winners.
Discovery Parks Dubbo gave away a family weekend pass, Dubbo's Taronga Western Plains Zoo gave away a family pass, Club Dubbo donated two $100 vouchers, Quality Inn Reflections Restaurant donated a $100 voucher, Lazy River Estate donated two cases of their Lazy River Larger, Woolworths Delroy donated vouchers and Dubbo Observatory also made a contribution.
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"Part of our efforts were having the barbecue and the raffles. We're really grateful to the businesses that made contributions," Mr Tyler said.