What is the Bay to Birdwood?
The Bay to Birdwood is the largest, continually held motoring event for veteran, vintage and classic vehicles held anywhere in the world. Boasting broad appeal, hundreds of cars and thousands of entrants and visitors make this truly iconic community event happen each year. The Bay to Birdwood is held on the last Sunday in September each year and consists of two events run in alternative years - the Bay to Birdwood Classic and the Bay to Birdwood Run (for historic vehicles).
The Bay to Birdwood finish, event held each year at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood, features music, food, kids’ activities and various stalls and entertainment. It also offers the public a chance to have a closer look at the wonderful array of cars, motorcycles and commercials that take part in the event each year.
Who organises the Bay to Birdwood?
The Bay to Birdwood is organised by the Bay to Birdwood Run Committee Inc, a not-for-profit Incorporated Association recognising two equal partners, the Federation of Historic Motoring Cliubs a not-for-profit Incorporated Association comprising two equal partners in the National Motor Museum (part of History SA) and the Federation of Historic Motoring Clubs in SA.
The Run Operations Committee manages the event and is made up of skilled and experienced volunteer members from the Federation and staff of the National Motor Museum with outside volunteer assistance for organisation of the event, the provision of first aid, fire safety and road marshals.
The Bay to Birdwood is proud to have His Excellency Hieu Van Le AO, Governor of South Australia as Patron and His Honour Kingsley Newman AM as Vice Patron.
When are the next events?
The next Bay to Birdwood Run will be on Sunday 25 September 2016.
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