This is your chance to visit the house of Australia's favourite foxy morons.
Make space in the good room- because Chateau Kath will be opening its sliding door once again. The red brick house, formerly belonging to Kath Day-Knight and Kim Craig nee Day is due to open for one day only, giving Kath and Kim fans a chance to relive their memories before it undergoes full internal renovations.
The Patterson Lakes house in Victoria was made famous by Gina Riley and Jane Turner, when they created their iconic comedy series over ten years ago, using the two-storey family home as the main location.
Since the series ended, the property sold in 2016 to Joanne Kelly, who has kept the house close to its original state, with the famous kitchen, living room and the fireplace as it was from the series.
But as she plans to renovate the house, Joanne decided to give fans one final tour of the very space where Kim collected her care bears and where Kath turned it into her 'pump and pilates' room.
Visitors can power walk down to 4 Lagoon Place, on Saturday August 31 from 10am to 3pm and pay an entry fee of $5 which will be put towards the Carrie’s Beanies 4 Brain Cancer charity, an organisation close to Joanne's heart.
The mother of two lost her first husband to the disease, and will be donating all proceeds of the day to the charity.
While this will already be an unforgettable event, Joanne and her family and friends will also be dressing up as characters from the series, and will have TVs around the house playing some of their favourite episodes.
There'll also be a chance to purchase a bit of the house, as the fireplace in the good room will be auctioned off to a lucky fan, offering something noice, different and unusual.
It's unclear whether they'll be serving dippity bix, footy franks or chicken's feet, but there will be a bake sale on the day with all proceeds going towards the charity.
So pack your wart-off, hop in the Barina and get down there, toot sweet!
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