The Beard Season Skin Check Tent
This year at Audi Hamilton Island Race Week we have teamed up with Beard Season and the Queensland Institute of Dermatology (QIDerm) to offer quick and easy skin checks, at no cost to you!
Beard Season is a non-profit charity run by Jimmy Niggles Esq. A bloke you might have seen around the docks and dinners at previous race weeks. He's been growing his beard ever since his friend Wes Bonny passed away from melanoma - Australia's national cancer. Everyone he meets because of his rich mahogany neck mane he has challenged to get a skin check. To the point where Beard Season now saves an average of a life a week! So this year, he is absolutely thrilled to be offering you and your crew this ambitious, new initiative.
The skin checks will be conducted by QIDerm’s qualified dermatologists and take about 10-15 minutes.
These kind of expert consultations usually cost over $200 so this is a very special opportunity.
Especially for sailors who spend so much time in the elements.
The team will be working from 6.45am to 5.00pm.
Appointment times are on a first come first served basis, so be sure to book in your session below.
Details at a glance
Saturday 19 August – Saturday 26 August, 2017
6.45am - 5.00pm
Hamilton Island Waterfront on Front Street (The tent across from the Bakery)
Absolutely Free - However be sure to bring a valid Medicare card!
Skin Checks are almost full - visit the Beard Season Skin Check Tent
on Front Street to see if there are any availabilities
About Beard Season Pty Ltd
A not-for-profit charity turning beards into lifesaving conversation starters, challenging you, your friends and your family to become an Ambassador and have a #BeardSeasonSkinCheck. Beard Season is a global movement made up of tens of thousands of ambassadors who are helping their message grow stronger every day.
The Queensland Institute of Dermatology is the only not-for-profit organisation in our State that is dedicated to providing expert care to patients through a facilitated learning facility (QIDerm). Our goals are: To find better ways of managing skin conditions by developing new treatments for dermatological disorders; to provide expert skin care services to all members of the community regardless of age, gender, financial status, race or nationality; ensuring that future generations receive a high level of dermatological treatment options through education; and to broaden our range of services for patients to receive better care. The support of our Queensland Community allows The Queensland Institute of Dermatology to achieve their goals.