Run to Australian Motorlife Museum, Kembla Grange
Sunday 7th May 2023
The Australian Motorlife Museum gives you an insight into the history of motoring with the help of its display of historic vehicles and memorabilia and through the museum’s events, publications, and library.
With its current collection that comprises of thousands of antique items, this museum is a nice way to explore the history of motor industry. The museum is also home of the Paul Butler Collection which includes about 16 motor vehicles prior to 1930, and many items of memorabilia.
Lunch will be at the Palms Bristo at the Dapto Citizens Bowls Club, 102-104 Fowlers Rd, Dapto NSW. Members are free to choose any other venue for lunch.
This is an HSVOC Members Only event. Only members and their guests who have made online bookings may attend.
Entry cost includes entry into the Australian Motorlife Museum. Lunch will be at member’s cost.
Adults 17 Years & over: $16.00 (Normal price $20)
Children 6 to 16 Years: $5.50
Children under 6 years are free.
Deadline for bookings 10:00pm Thursday 4th May 2023
Meeting Point #1: McDonalds cnr Reservoir & Holbeche Roads Arndell Park.
Meeting Time: 8:45am
Briefing Time: 9:00am
Departure Time: 9:15am Sharp
Meeting Point #2: Wilton Rest Area Eastbound, Picton Road Wilton NSW. (73kms / 1 hour)
Quick 15-minute break and toilet stop.
Australian Motorlife Museum, Integral Energy Recreation Park, 94 Darkes Rd, Kembla Grange NSW. (38kms / 1/2 hour)
Group Photo upon arrival then Museum visit.
Depart: At own convenience
Lunch venue is optional.
Those who want to sit down for lunch, the Palms Bristo at the Dapto Citizens Bowls Club, 102-104 Fowlers Rd, Dapto NSW is recommended.
Members are free to choose any other venue for lunch.
RED CLUB MEMBERS SHIRTS are STRONGLY recommended to be worn on the day. Looks great in our magazine photos!
UHF Radios / Walky Talky’s are also recommended to keep in contact with the group. Very handy if you get lost or caught at lights. Tune in to channel 18.
Please have your headlights on so that the run leader can see how the group is staying together.