Noosa Beach Classic Car Show 2018

Noosa Beach Classic Car Show 2018

  • When: Sunday 30 September 2018
  • Where: Lions Park, cnr Noosa Drive and Noosa Parade, Noosa Heads
  • Time: 8.30am - 2.30pm
  • Price: Spectators $10 per adult (under 14 free)
  • Website: www.noosacarclub.com.au

Noosa Beach Classic Car Club holds their 30th annual Classic Car Show on the Sunday of the long weekend in the heart of Noosa Heads. The event is open to many makes and models and the marque of the year is British.

Wander through more than $10 million in cars on display with a backdrop of the Noosa waterways and vibrant Hastings Street.

See more than 250 cars of all ages on display, some to be judged with trophies awarded.

Park and catch the shuttle bus:
Plenty of parking available at the J, 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads with a shuttle bus between The J and Hastings Street throughout the day for a gold coin donation.

See a spectacular display of Riley, Bristol, Morgan, Jaguar and Lotus, and more British makes. Also European classics and sports cars, classic competition cars and Aussie family favourites on display, including entries from both the Stafford and Bowden Collection.

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