Despite the dire long range weather forecasts the event enjoyed a beautiful sunny and warm day.
Volunteers from the Gateway Rotaract Club and the Keilor cricket club turned up at 6.00am to assist club members with putting up the fencing and setting up the food marquee.
The first cars started arriving just after 7-00am with a fantastic array of cars and bikes, from as far afield as Frankston and Berwick attending the show.
Volunteers including locals Jamie and Lyn, with club members did a terrific job of squeezing in 260 exhibitors cars & bikes to provide spectacular display of 4 and 2 wheel machines.
District Governor Peter Frueh visited us and commented on the excellence of the event.
Keilor Rotary’s team did a great job providing delicious breakfast and snags for attendees as they were entertained with live music from Chris Langford.
Kids and adults were entertained by face painting, jumping castle and Mervin the Wizard making it an all round fun day for everyone.
Congratulations to all the exhibitors for their fantastic preparation and presentation of their machines. Photos from the show are available on the club’s website and Facebook page.
Fundraising was assisted by our raffle and supported by the Bendigo Bank for their financial sponsorship.