CAELAN King, 8, could instantly answer when asked what kind of car he wanted when he grew up.
``A Bugatti Veryon,'' he said.
``It's the fastest car in the world.''
Caelan knows the importance of wishes after he had one granted in 2010.
After being diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of four, the Make-A-Wish Foundation granted Caelan his wish for a ride in a Porsche GT3 RS.
He was also sent to theme parks on the Gold Coast, where he was able to view the stunt cars and talk to the drivers afterwards.
``They were really cool, they told me how they drove,'' he said.
Yesterday was Wish Day, the Make-A-Wish Foundation Australia's annual fund-raising event.
This year, the foundation asked people to wear what they wish - Make-A-Wish volunteer Louise Scott said she received a phone call from someone dressed as different parts of Europe.
``It's a day that we can highlight what we do,'' Ms Scott said.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation has granted more than 7000 wishes since it started in Australia in 1985.
Caelan will never forget when his wish came true.
``It was such a nice place to go,'' he said.
The Make-A-Wish Ball is tonight at 6.30pm and tickets are available. Contact Louise Scott before noon on 0418 330 651 for more information.