New additions to this year’s Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show will ensure a fantastic day out for the entire family as organisers add the finishing touches to the annual event.
Some of the oldest vehicles in the region will proudly be on display, but there is no age limit to enter a beloved car, or piece of machinery, in the Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show, which is open to all community members.
If you can push, pull or ride in it there’s a chance it will be on display at the Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show.
Organiser Ian Jefferyes said the popular event continued to grow and he expected to have at least 300 displays fill the Bundaberg Recreational Precinct on Saturday 20 May.
“It’s definitely going to be bigger and better,” he said.
“We’ve set it up different this year and changed things around at the Precinct.
“We will have tractors, machinery, and everything from hot rods to boats on display.
“All classes of vehicles: vintage, veteran, historic and classic, will proudly be shown also.”
Ian said he was excited with the inclusion of tractor dealers this year which would provide more information to the community.
Car enthusiasts will have the chance to show off their pride and joy, by turning up to the University Drive entry from 6 am on the day to be set up by 8.30 am, with gates opening to the public at 9 am.
It’s $2 entry and the proceeds will be going to local charity Rotary House and allied health services in the Bundaberg Region.
Heritage Car, Truck, Bike and Machinery Show will be held at Bundaberg Recreational Precinct from 9 am to 2 pm on Saturday 20 May.
For trade stand information phone Gary on 0488 030 245 or for general information the event head to the Facebook page.