- More than $200,000 has been raised for the Nadesalingam family to support them when they return to Biloela.
- The family were granted temporary bridging visas last month.
The money was donated on crowdfunding website Chuffed to help support Priya, Nades, and their daughters Kopika and Tharnicaa when they return to the town.
Sunday will mark youngest daughter Tharnicaa’s fifth birthday – her first to be celebrated outside immigration detention.
Priya, Nades and seven-year-old daughter Kopika were granted bridging visas allowing them to remain in the country, but Tharnicaa was not, forcing the family to remain in community detention in Perth.