Events

 

 


 

The McLaren Vale Classic and Vintage 2019 will be held on Sunday 7th April. RCCSA will be
taking part and this will be our club event for March.
The event is a good opportunity to show off our cars to the throngs of people that line the main
street of McLaren Vale, before relaxing at a local winery.
Entries are now open for this event and can be completed using the form at…..
vintageandclassic-entry-form-.pdf

Entries close 22nd March 2019


VICTOR HARBOR BRITISH CLASSICS TOUR 2019
Sunday May 5th

FEATURE MARQUE FOR 2019 IS LAND ROVER- ALL MODELS

Famous and well known British made cars are coming to Victor Harbor in the British Classics Tour in early May this year. It will feature some of the great and popular English made cars in motoring history and will include sports cars, elegant limousines and family sedans.

Hosted by the Historic Motor Vehicles Club Inc, based in Victor Harbor, it will be the sixth year of this annual event and will be held on Sunday, May 5th, 2019. It will start and finish in Victor Harbor as part of a tour of the picturesque southern Fleurieu Peninsula.

The Tour is welcomed by the City of Victor Harbor Council and has become a major attraction for Victor Harbor and Fleurieu Peninsula and is a regular event of SA’s motoring calendar.

The Historic Motor Vehicles Club’s invitation to its club members and members of other leading SA British Car Clubs to participate, has attracted registrations from throughout the state. Cars will be examples from early models through to the late 1970’s.

For more information email
info@britishclassicstour.com.au
or phone 0430 011 457.

Please click here to download a copy of the
Registration Form and Conditions of Entry.

Happy Motoring!

 


Rover Car Club of South Australia
Away Weekend
Friday 17th – Sunday 19th May 2019

We are organising an away weekend to Yorke Peninsula for the above dates. The weekend is at the end of the week long bi-annual Kernewek Lowender. The Kernewek Lowender is a festival to celebrate the region’s Cornish History. Kernewek Lowender in Cornish means “Cornish Happiness” there will be an extensive program of activity’s put on to entertain us.The Sunday will be the Copper Coast Cruise, which see 500 plus cars travel through the streets of Wallaroo, Moonta, Moonta Bay and Kadina before entering the Kadina Oval for a show’n’shine, and we will be taking part in this.
An exact program for the weekend has not yet been finalised as the Kernewek program is not yet out, but we expect to meet on Friday 17th at Dublin for morning tea, before heading to the area. Return to Adelaide will be after the show’n’shine on the Sunday afternoon.
Accommodation will be at a premium that weekend and therefore you are urged to book yours ASAP if you intend to come along. Accommodation comprising of holiday homes can be sourced on these websites and also caravan parks can be found in Moonta, Port Hughes and Wallaroo .

http://www.holidayhomes.com

http://www.countrygetaways.com.au 

A day trip just to take part in the Copper Coast Cruise is also being planned for those who can’t attend the whole weekend.Anybody intending to come along to the weekend is asked to let Sean McCracken know.

Cornish Festival_entry_form_2019