Mustering all four-wheel drives
Join the 1st Kilmore Scout Group and be a part of its world record attempt for the largest gathering of four-wheel drive vehicles at one location.
The 4WD Mega Muster will be held this Saturday and Sunday at the State Motorcycle Sports Complex in Broadford, with proceeds to go towards a muchneeded extension to the scout hall as well as equipment to train the region’s young people to become amazing leaders.
Gates open at 1 pm on Saturday for campers, with the stage kicking off at 3 pm.
Bendigo-based band The Grinners will open proceedings, with Broadford’s The Tim Farren Band following, and renowned Australian performer James Blundell will finish up.
The new four-wheel drive film Rough Stuff will follow the concert at midnight.
There will also be a retail trade expo on Saturday with a range of displays, and laser skirmish will start at 2 pm and run throughout the night, along with whip cracking.
Gates reopen at 9 am on Sunday for a day jam-packed with four-wheel drives of all kinds, while the kids will be entertained with a jumping castle and face painting.
The fun of whip cracking and laser skirmish will also continue on Sunday.
Bill Barber will take to the stage for an attempt at the world record for the most four-wheel drives parked in one location — which stands at 3529.
Camping is available overnight on Saturday or visitors can come on Sunday to be included in the world record attempt.
So pack the four-wheel drive, grab a swag and head to the State Motorcycle Sports Complex, where the whole family can be involved in this important fundraiser.
For more details, go to www.4wdmegamuster.com or email email@example.com