Motorsport fans and revheads can bid on the ultimate dinner party to help raise funds for those affected by bushfires.
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Those in the market for a one-of-a-kind night out can place bids on a private dinner with Formula One driver Mark Webber, Hollywood star Eric Bana and tennis great Pat Rafter in Melbourne.

The best part? It's all in the name of bushfire relief.

The three stars have teamed up with the owners of Melbourne restaurant Ezard to host a seven-course dinner for 12 people at the upmarket eatery in the city's famed Flinders Lane.

All proceeds from the auction will be divided between the Australian Red Cross and the Gippsland Emergency Relief Fund.

But first, a few conditions: the dinner must take place between January 27 and February 2, 2020, and you've got a limited time left to place your bids, with the auction ending at 7pm on January 21.

At the time of publishing, the highest bid was $35,250. You can head to the auction page here to throw your hat in the ring.

Beyond their mutual celebrity status, Webber, Bana and Rafter also share a long-running friendship.

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"A couple of buddies of mine, Pat Rafter and Eric Bana... outside our personal positions and donations we want to host a dinner for 12 people on the 29th of January," Webber revealed on Instagram.

"It's going to be a good night, a few beers and a really nice meal with people wanting to give back."

While better known for his roles in films like Chopper and Hulk, Bana is also an avid car enthusiast.

According to an interview with The Guardian, Bana is the proud owner of a '73 Falcon Coupe, which was the subject of his 2009 documentary Love the Beast.

Webber, Rafter and Bana join a long list of high-profile celebrities and automotive industry players who have donated to the bushfire appeal, including F1 champion Lewis Hamilton and manufacturer Holden, which has pledged $1 million to the cause.