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Incorporates a car and bike show. Glenwood Park, cnr Arborten & Pepper Roads, Glenwood, Qld. Sites $15.
Entry $5, children under 12 free.
Biggenden Showgrounds the last weekend in August. All money raised goes to charities in the Wide Bay area. Gates open at 6am and show finishes around 3pm.
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This year’s 55th Annual Anniversary Day Show & Shine will be held at Hubertus Country Club, Adams Road, Luddenham. Open to all makes and models of vehicles.
5, children under 12 free.
Dogs West, Southern River. Show off your pride and joy to our visitors. All steel bumpers welcome. Motorcycles, cars and more all welcome. First in, best dressed. Anything with wheels and a motor. A $5 donation is requested on arrival per ride and goes to charity.
Burnout competitions, super skids, show n shine, go to whoa, cruise the track, dash 4 cash, race your mates drop flag and drift demos.
VWCV presents the third annual German Auto Show. Calling all pre 1990 German vehicles to display at the beautiful Deaf Children Australia grounds on St Kilda Rd. Vehicle entry is from High Street at 9am. Cost is $10 per vehicle and spectators a gold coin donation. All proceeds go to Deaf Children Australia.
Top 5 Peoples Choice trophies award at 1pm.
Plenty of food & drinks available. Come and check out classic and rare and obscure German automobiles for a great day in a great location. Open to all classic German car owners and spectators.
The first day of Spring, September 1st is promoted by the Federation of Historic Motor Vehicles SA as “Drive It Day” in SA. You are encouraged to take your historic vehicles out so that the public can see them. Take them to work, take them shopping, go for a drive, organise a run. The Gawler Veteran Vintage and Classic Vehicle Club invites your club or club members to join us at Bethany Reserve; Bethany Road, Bethany at around midday on Saturday 1st September 2018. The Gawler Club has organised runs to Bethany starting as follows: Fremont.
Dubs By The River is a VW and Car Enthusiast get together. There are no prizes just a great opportunity to spend time with fellow Vee Dubbers and to look at each others cars, relax and have a chin wag. Event kicks off at midday so come along to a VW owners get together. Food available at local takeaways and pub. Afternoon car cruise followed by Dubbers dinner Saturday night. Sunday pack a BBQ or picnic lunch to be enjoyed by the river. Plenty of local accommodation available in Morgan
The event heads to Quorn, Hawker, Stokes Lookout, Dingley Dell, Blindman, Angorichina Village or Blindman overnight, Hawker pub then home.
Contact: 0439 801 135
Billed as the world’s worst car show, or more correctly a show of the world’s worst cars, and despite all efforts, it’s slipped past our border security and immigration controls, and is heading to Adelaide, South Australia for a second time in 2018!
This much talked about event (not in a good way), is back bigger and better, and in a new city centre location. Concours d’Lemons, certainly lives up to its slogan of “celebrating the oddball, mundane and truly awful of the automotive world”, and even goes so far as to thumb its nose at conventional shows by openly encouraging the bribing of its judges. Contact: Facebook
After 21 years, Billetproof is going Down(Under)! This an event for traditional style hot rods, customs, lead sleds, choppers and cafe racers, built before 1965, as well as drag cars, classics and street machines built before 1980. For our first event outside the USA, with the help of our partner, the National Motor Museum, we’ve been allowed to take over the Torrens Parade Grounds (right behind Government House), in the heart of downtown Adelaide. The event will be sharing the grounds with it’s sister event, Concours d’Lemons Down Under, an eclectic gathering of vehicles, that under normal circumstances, wouldn’t get a second glance!.
One of the world’s great historic motoring events, the Bay to Birdwood, is back for 2018. Celebrating 38 years the event considered to be the largest continually-held historic motoring event anywhere in the world will take place on Sunday 30 September. Entries are open for the 2018 Bay to Birdwood Run, which this year is for the older vehicles – and will feature veteran, vintage, and early classics.
All original motorcycles, cars, vans, trucks and commercial vehicles built on or before 31 December 1959 are encouraged to enter. Early bird registrations close on Friday 10 August..
Contact: baytobirdwood. com.au
Come to Brisbane Markets, 252 Sherwood Road, Rocklea, gates open at 6.00am. Join in the fun among great cars, of market bargains, with live music, and locate those hard-to-find parts on the 100-plus stalls
Mooloolaba State School.
The 4th Surf Show and Shine hosted by Rotary Club of Alexandra Headland, exhibiting Kombis, surfboards and surf related items raising money for the outback.
21 Oct-2 Nov
Gunnedah Showgrounds, Gunnedah. Swap meet Saturday, car and bike show sunday. Jointly hosted by Gunnedah Vintage Vehicle Club and Namoi Valley Antique Vehicle Club.
Contact: 0498 180 966
Held over the second weekend of September every year the 23rd annual MG Gathering of the Faithful attracts MG enthusiasts from all over Australia. More than 100 cars are normally in attendance, along with their enthusiastic owners and supporters. Highlights this year include Friday night Noggin’ n Natter buffet dinner at the Mecure Hotel Wagga. Saturday afternoon Fun Run and afternoon tea followed by Saturday night official dinner. Sunday morning barbeque breakfast and Sunday afternoon “The Gathering”, public display of all vehicles followed by the trophy presentation
Contact: 0407 419 898
Wakefield Park, Gouldburn. The Nationals is an event run by the NSW Cobra Car Club annually on the October Long weekend at Wakefield Park in NSW. This event is by far the largest of its kind in Australia and is run for all Cobra clubs around the country to participate. It normally has around 100 entries and is a great place to see 80-100 Cobras all in one place.
The Goulburn Valley Drivers Club Inc’s Swap Meet at the Shepparton Showgrounds in High Street (Midland Highway). Over 600 sites for veteran, vintage and classic car and motor bike parts plus other collectibles, bric-a-brac. Gates open: 7.30 Contact: Kris Healey 0438 294 351
14-16 September High Country Rod Muster
The Sultans Hot Rod Club is coming back for the annual High Country Rod Muster weekend in Jamieson.
The annual High Country Rod Muster brings over 100 classic cars and like-minded car enthusiasts to the township and surrounds..
17 Feb 2019
21 Oct-2 Nov
The Aussie Muscle Car Run this year takes place from Saturday, 27 October – Friday, 2 November from Adelaide, to Tailem Bend, then Mildura, Renmark, Wilpena Pound, onto the Barossa and back to Adelaide, all to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation. The best chance for people to check out and experience the event will be at Tailem Bend on Sunday, 28 October where the cars will be on display and also on track. Tailem Bend will also be open to the public for a couple of hours, with limited spots available.
The Combined Coastal Car Club will host the annual Cooroy Car Show & Swap Meet. All makes and models and machinery are welcome – rods, classic, custom, muscle, machinery.
14 October Wagga
The Riverina Monaro and Holden Car Club (RMHCC) are organizing the Annual Wagga Classic Car Show and Shine for Sunday 14 October 2018 at the Murrumbidgee Turf Club, Travers Street, Wagga Wagga.
A multi-club event showcasing historic and modern Chryslers at the Museum of Fire in Penrith.
Motorclassica hosts the Australian International Concours d’Elegance at the iconic Melbourne Exhibition Buildings. More than 160 pristine, rare and desirable vehicles on display with a focus on Art Deco period vehicles, Cadillac, Australian grand Prix winners, HarleyDavidson Panhead and Triumph Bonneville. Tour Classica commences Oct 11 at 10.00am. Exhibition doors open 9.00am Oct 12.
Eastern Beach Reserve, Geelong, Victoria Entry is free from 9.30am All Studebaker & Packard owners & car enthusiasts welcome.
Contact: 0438 116 335
The Myrtleford Rotary Club in conjunction with the Chopped and Changed Kustom Car Club Myrtleford are holding their 3rd Annual Show’n’Shine & Swap Meet on Saturday 6th October 2018 at the Myrtleford Showgrounds. All cars, hot rods, trucks, rat rods welcome. 50s-60s, dress for the occasion, prizes awarded.
Massive collection of early Holdens expected for this one, which coincides with the 70th anniversary of the Holden 48-215.
The Noosa Beach Classic Car Club’s Hill Climb is an Australian classic featuring all your favourite tin tops, open wheelers and hillclimb specials. Competitors have included Vern Schuppan, Kevin Bartlett and Dick and Steve Johnson. This event will focus on Historic and Sportscar classes.
The Junee Motor Club is holding its swap meet on Sunday in conjunction with the Charity Show and Shine at the Junee Showgrounds. Market sales and collectables welcome.
Annual event that’s bigger than the proverbial Ben Hur, Proceeds to a good cause.
8-17 May 2019
Run by the Gipplsland Vehicle Collection in Maffra, you’re encouraged to bring along a car. Gold coin donation. Trophies for best-presented vehicles.
Contact: gippslandvehiclecollection. org.au
Prince of Wales Showgrounds, Bendigo. The Veteran, Vintage and Classic Car Club of Bendigo invites you to join the 15,000 enthusiasts who attend Australia’s biggest swap meet, run annually for 40 years. 1700 sites offer an unrivalled wealth of tools, parts and memorabilia. A display of historic Fordson tractors will be a feature..
Numurkah, Vic. On display will be around 500 Cars, trucks, buses, motorbikes, street cars, modifieds, hot rods and more. Lots of kids activities. Rocker cover racing, Colouring competition, box car making etc. This year will also feature a Postie Bike Muster and the “Chuck a Motor On It” Competition.
Contact: Damien 0490 186 641
Promises to be huge, with over 1000 vehicles of all makes, shapes and sizes. Up in the hills near Daylesford.
The Shitbox Rally, the national charity event where teams of two tackle Australia’s dustiest outback roads in cars worth less than $1k (aka shitboxes) to raise money for Cancer Council, has announced its 2019 dates. The 2019 route will start in Perth and finish in Sydney, This rally is for those who want to have an adventure, who crave something different, something memorable, but most importantly, it’s for those who want to raise much needed money for charity.