The COVID-safe event will follow all health advice to keep everyone safe.
Bikers for Kids was established in 1990 by long-time motorcycle enthusiast and community figure, Big John Young.
Big John has been awarded an Order of Australia medal in 2015 for his work with the community for children.
He has now passed the reins of the Newcastle Toy Run to his son Daryn Young who hopes to grow the run into something bigger and better each year.
Many other toy runs are gearing up across the country.
One of the first toy runs is the Toy Run for Father Bobin South Melbourne on 24 November. That is not to be confused with the Melbourne Toy Run which so far does not appear to have a confirmed date yet.
In fact, several of the usual toy runs are yet to confirm dates, so I suggest you continue to check the Facebook pages in your local area to see if the events are returning.
Here is what we know so far:
Despite some restrictions last year the42nd Annual MRA Toy Run in Tasmania still had 500 bikes and they are expecting a whole lot more bikes in Hobart this year on December 4.
In Queensland where there have been few restrictions, it seems most rides are back.