No matter what season, there's always plenty of things to do around the Murray River Lakes & Coorong.
Come and show off your Hot Rod. Live music, dancing, hot rods.
The Main Street of Palmer is the place to be on Sunday, September 30th. If you love great cars and great music! Palmer is a small town with a population of approximately 80 people, located 16 kilometres west of Mannum on the Adelaide to Mannum Road.
The day features everything from Hot Rods to the classics, muscle cars and street machines which will fill the main street of Palmer. It all starts at 11am with a live band. Bar and food facilities, wheelbarrow and gate raffles and dance floor. Free entry.
Palmers main street will be closed to through traffic from 10am to 5pm to allow angle parking for the special interest vehicles and for the safety of the public.
There will be plenty to do and see at the Palmer Hot Rod Show including Music, Dancing, Food and plenty of Hot Rods to see. You can enter your Hot Rod into the Show.Visit website
Dates and times: September 30.
Cars and collectables and stuff from the shed
One of the biggest swap meets in South Australia is held in the Barossa region each year. Last year the Sedan Swap Meet attracted more than 2000 people
This Swap Meet is not just an event for motoring enthusiasts, the Sedan Swap Meet is also a great place to go to find retro, antique, vintage and veteran treasures. You will also find unique bric a brac, farm items, local produce, plants, arts and crafts and hand-made items. Buyers on the look-out for specialist vehicle items are well catered for.
The fun family event is on Sunday, June 17th from 8am and cost is $3 to enter with all proceeds going to the Sedan Recreation Park and Sports Club Inc.
For more information contact Dennis : firstname.lastname@example.org 0427 120 640
Dates and times: June 17 (8 AM — 4 PM).
Head to the Monarto Karting Complex for the Go Karts South Australia State Kart Championships – Round 5.
The Go Kart Club of South Australia (GKCSA) was founded in 1961. Racing originally took place every Saturday (under lights) at Daly Oval, Campbelltown. Twelve months later, owing to popularity and growing numbers of competitors, and problems with associated noise, the GKCSA merged with the Onkaparinga Go Kart Club. This merger allowed for further expansion of the club and the start of its long association with the Adelaide Hills community. The land was donated to the council by Pikes' drinks for the purpose of sport.
All race meetings are free entry for spectators so bring the family and check out the excitement, spectacle and adrenaline rush of Go Kart Racing at South Australia's largest karting complex.
This event has been listed by the Rural City of Murray Bridge.Visit website
Dates and times: From September 10 to September 11.