By Nahrain John @karryontravel08 Nov 2018Shout out to all employees within Helloworld Travel Limited who helped raise some $53,000 to support struggling Aussie farmers through the Buy a Bale campaign.By throwing their weight and wallets behind the cause, Helloworld Travel employees and the group, which matched dollar-for-dollar donations, raised enough money to fund a total of five semi-trailor loads of hay, plus a single trailor and gift cards.WELL DONE TEAM!Helloworld Travel Limited’s wholesaler Qantas Holidays further supported Aussie farmers through the worst drought in decades by working with Qantas to provide travellers access to a relief concert held in Tamworth in the way of travel packages and a VIP chartered flight from Sydney .Passengers were treated to a champagne breakfast in the Qantas business lounge, where Conrad Sewell performed exclusively before boarding the aircraft and seeing big names perform live such as Guy Sebastian… View this post on Instagram @guysebastian is a class A performer 🙌🔥 @ Hay Mate! Buy a bale concert . . . . . . #guysebastian #highonme #bloodstone #haymate #buyabale #livemusic #tamworth #tamworthnsw #australia #forthefarmers #benefitconcert #supportaustralianmusic #aussiemusic #thatvoicethoA post shared by Mel (@melodrama25) on Oct 30, 2018 at 6:27pm PDTJohn Farnham… View this post on Instagram John Farnham in many colours. #haymate #johnfarnham #TamworthNSW #colours #blue #redA post shared by Chad Bradfield (@b_chaddy) on Oct 27, 2018 at 3:30am PDTand The Veronicas… View this post on Instagram 🎤VERONICAS🎤 super excited 🤳@theveronicasmusic my fav ozzy singers… @haymate @channel9 helping raise money for our farmers… #gorgeous #sing #instagram #instagood #haymate #television #australia #munchies #shouldbakeacakeforthegirlsA post shared by Anna Polyviou (@annapolyviou) on Oct 26, 2018 at 10:12pm PDTThe concert and telethon raised over $2m, with the flight itself raising $55,000.The Buy a Bale campaign is part of the charity Rural Aid, formed to expand services and support to rural communities not only suffering through natural disasters, but communities that need help remaining in existence. Since the first hay drive in September 2013, the program has delivered thousands of bales of hay across Australia.Click here for more information or to donate. READ: Helloworld the TV show airs to thousands of AussiesREAD: Helloworld members rise 10% + profits up 48% to $32m for yearREAD: Travel Agents head off on an Indian adventure with IntrepidJoin us in congratulating Helloworld Travel on their work to help Australian farmers. Other stories you may likeACCIO TICKETS! Viva Holidays hooks up with Harry Potter and the Cursed ChildONE-STOP-SHOP: Seven Oceans Cruising launches a new booking systemOH YEAH! Two travel agencies just WON Viking ocean cruises!