Euroa Show and Shine is best value any­where

Euroa Gazette - - NEWS -

THE Aus­tralian Na­tional Show and Shine is on this Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 7, lo­cated in the pris­tine Seven Creeks area of Euroa Vic­to­ria.

Now ac­knowl­edged as one of the top Show and Shine events in Aus­tralia it is now also the best value-for-money fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment for mo­tor­ing en­thu­si­asts.

It is in­deed much more than a mo­tor show!

Event di­rec­tor Ross Holt said that the com­mit­tee had con­cen­trated on ob­tain­ing new ma­jor at­trac­tions for the show this year, whilst keep­ing the ad­mis­sion price as low as pos­si­ble.

“Our event has now reached the stage where the ma­jor­ity of our ex­hibitors re­turn ev­ery year, many of them with dif­fer­ent ve­hi­cles that they have lov­ingly pre­pared,” Mr Holt said.

“This means that the grass roots of our show are now self­suf­fi­cient.

“Mean­while, we will have a col­lec­tion of both new and old Jaguars at the Dar­ryl Twitt Mo­tors stand to­gether with a 2018 Ford Mus­tang GT.”

The show will also fea­ture a rare 1923 As­ton Martin racer, as well as an ac­tual James Bond Van­tage and cur­rent model As­tons as well.

The Tes­las will are also back in strength.

“A great fea­ture will be a scav­enger hunt with a dif­fer­ence,” Mr Holt said.

“Par­tic­i­pants will be able to win a Jaguar to drive around in for a week­end.”

The Chev Corvettes will be there in force with more than thirty cars.

Lo­cal cars will be joined by ve­hi­cles from Syd­ney, South Aus­tralia and Mel­bourne.

Some­thing new with mo­tor cy­cles will be the fea­tured in­clu­sion of a Dirt Bikes cat­e­gory for the first time.

The ever-pop­u­lar speed­way stand has this year dou­bled in size, with cur­rent and vin­tage speed­way cars side by side, plus the ad­di­tion of some very un­usual spe­cial in­ter­est race cars.

Re­cently, the fo­cus for Euroa Show and Shine par­tic­i­pants has been to en­sure that the event is es­tab­lished as a fam­ily-friendly en­vi­ron­ment by way of in­clud­ing new and in­no­va­tive at­trac­tions for ev­ery­body, in­clud­ing the kids.

Such fea­tures as free rides on the Euroa mini rail­way, horse and car­riage rides, two jump­ing cas­tles and a pet­ting zoo en­sure that no-body of any age gets bored PHO­TOS: Auto-Mo­tive Pho­tog­ra­phy. with look­ing at a mag­nif­i­cent ar­ray of cars.

Food and drink stalls, trade stalls, a pe­riod cos­tume Fash­ions on the Field com­pe­ti­tion, and en­ter­tain­ment from our Mas­ter of Cer­e­monies “Whiskas” and band “What’s Next” will en­sure than things roll (and rock) right along.

With all of this, en­try prices for spec­ta­tors are still sur­pris­ingly low, with adults just $5 per per­son and kids un­der 16 free, mak­ing this just about the best value for money avail­able for a whole day’s en­ter­tain­ment for mo­tor­ing en­thu­si­asts.

Show cars en­try is $10 in­clud­ing driver, and mo­tor cy­cles $5 in­clud­ing rider.

Gates to the Seven Creeks Park for the Euroa Show and Shine will open at 8am this Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 7. St. John’s, Euroa Fri­day 12.05pm Satur­day Vigil 6.00pm Sun­day Morn­ing 8.30am Con­fes­sions Satur­day at 11.00am or by call­ing at the Pres­bytery any other time Bap­tisms and Mar­riages by ap­point­ment. Tel. Fr. Tony Hill - 5795 3048 St. At­tracta’s, Vi­o­let Town Mass on the 1st, 3rd, 5th Sun­day 10.30am Com­mu­nion Ser­vice 2nd and 4th Sun­day 10:30am St. Pa­trick’s, Long­wood Mass on 2nd and 4th Sun­day of the month at 10.30am St. Mary’s, Avenel Mass ev­ery Sun­day at 6.00pm St. Malachy’s Church Nagam­bie (ad­min­is­tered by the Parish Priest of Euroa) Mass ev­ery Sun­day at 10.00am Bap­tisms and Mar­riages by ap­point­ment. Tel. Fr. Tony Hill - 5795 3048

CORVETTE CLASS: A group of Corvettes will be just one of the many cars you can revel in on the day.

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