It will be breakfast with a side of benevolence when a Pink Ribbon barbecue is held on Friday morning.
Hungry hordes are invited to swing into Move It Relocations from 7.30am to enjoy bacon and egg rolls, with large coffees, to raise funds for the breast cancer cause.
Organiser Tara Shearman said she was hoping "to make a real difference to Australians affected by breast cancer".
"I really believe research is the best way to prevent deaths, and improve how breast cancer is diagnosed, managed and treated."
The barbecue will start at 7.30am on Friday - promising a hearty brekkie for the first 50 people for $10.
There will then be face-painting for children from 9.30am to 11.30am.
The event is part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, held in October.
It will raise funds for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Australia's leading national body funding research into the disease, with money raised entirely by the Australian public.
If you can't make it to the barbecue, there is also a fundraising page.