Motorclassica - The Australian International Concours d'Elegance & Classic Motor Show
Dates: 24 - 26 October 2014
Address: Royal Exhibition Building, Nicholson St, Carlton, Victoria 3053
Phone: 03 9321 6760 | Mobile: 0409 812 347 | Fax: 03 9321 6750
The Royal Exhibition Building in Melbourne is set to well and truly stamp its place on the international classic motoring calendar each year, hosting the annual Motorclassica event.
Returning in 2014 from the 24th to the 26th October, Motorclassica brings together more than $100 million of the world's most rare, desirable and collectable classic, vintage and veteran cars.
A one-of-a-kind event for Australasia, the Australian International Concours d'Elegance attracts the most beautiful and prestigious classic cars from collections around the world, in a display the likes of which is unique in Australia.
Held at the iconic, World Heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton Gardens, the event attracts not only the world's top collectors and their cars, but a large visitor audience who appreciate the beauty and design of over 150 prestige vintage and classic automobiles and motorcycles.
Incorporating a range of events for classic car enthusiasts of all stripes, including a series of on-road tours, a Classic Motor Show, Club Sandwich which hosts Car Club bests from across Victoria and a classic car auction; Motorclassica is Australia's only celebration of classic motoring.
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Price & booking
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RACV Member discount - must show RACV membership card on entry
Children aged 5 to 15 years
Cancellation and booking policy
- Car park
- Toilet facilities for the disabled
- First aid equipment
- Public telephone
- Sheltered area
Please refer to website for full program details
Friday to Sunday
Closing times vary each night.
- Exhibition and Event Association of Australia
Contact operator for further details.
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