Hot Rodders from around Australia are coming to town, and are bringing their amazing cars for a national weekend event!
How cool is that for the Mount Gambier region? Whether you are an auto’ enthusiast, a ‘Hot Rodder’ at heart, or just appreciate nice cars in a carnival atmosphere, you will love the Australian Street Rod Federation Street Rod Nationals coming to Mount Gambier 24-25 March 2018.

This exciting event is sure to create a buzz in Mount Gambier and its associated regions when hundreds of Hot Rods, Customs and Classics converge from all over Australia on the weekend before Easter.
The event will be held at the Mount Gambier Showgrounds and will include a Show and Shine of entrants’ cars on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 March from 9.00am to 4.00 pm.
Enthusiasts with a special interest vehicle, or performance car that is not entered in the event (that entry is for ASRF Members only) will be able to leave their car in a separate car park. You can enter the show and have your car displayed for $5 entering through Gate 4. Gate admission entry fees apply.
Activities will include motor events, trade exhibitors’ stands with a range of stylish and retro clothing, Hot Rod accessories and other automotive interests. There will be music, rock and roll bands and other entertainment; food and variety stalls and a cruise track around the grounds for entrants to display their vehicles.
We appreciate the valued assistance from the Mount Gambier and Grant Shire Councils, and highlight the sponsorship support of so many organisations that will be promoted at the event and through our media campaign. This event is also supporting numerous service clubs, local businesses and is focused on attracting people to the Mount Gambier region.
Public entry to the event is $15 for Adults and $10 for Concession Card holders, and $5 for Children under 15 years.
For further information on entrants, sponsors, the event program and to see our Photo Gallery from similar events, please check out our website at: –
Hope to see you there!

Written and Supplied by: Trevor Cass, Event Manager

Photo:  Scott Johncock