Clarendon Classic Rally
September 16th & 17th, 2017
Set up all day Friday, from 8am
Be Early to get a great spot!
Welcome BBQ, on Friday Night.
Saturday Night Dinner.
Displays Features this year include:
100 Years of the Fordson Tractor
150 Years of Lister.
Also including The Model & Hobby Show, Kenworth Klassic Truck Show (KK17).
Plus Tractor & Vehicle Trek on Sunday Morning.
Twilight Showing on Saturday night till 9.30pm.
Free Amusement rides for the Kids.
We welcome all clubs to attend the rally, including NHMA and NON NHMA Clubs
Downloadable forms are at bottom of this page
If you have any questions please call me Steve Muscat on 0418 453 203, and the registration form on the club’s website will allow us to plan displays when we know what you’re bringing.
Rail Motor 'Tin Hare'rides over the rally weekend:
We can now announce that in conjunction with Lachlan Valley Railway, steam trains would be running from Richmond to Mulgrave and return about every hour on both days of our rally, but due to steam engine maintance we will be using Rail motor 'Tin Hare". Anyone wanting to have a nostalgic rail motor ride is urged to book early. Look on our Web Site Page, Train Ride Bookings page. Bookings are from 15th August until sold out.
Vintage Double Decker Buses
Double Decker Bus Rides will be operating over the 2 days, linking the Richmond Station and the Machinery Show. Minimum Gold coin donation each way for journeys on these buses.
On saturday we have have the big race, motor rail against Historic Double deaker buses. Look on the booking page for more details.
Charity for 2017:
We have chosen the Westmead Children's Hospital as the recipient of our charitable donation this year.
SAMCI Download forms for 2017.
The Sydney Antique Machinery Club Inc. not only runs its own annual rally on the 3rd Weekend in September, but we participate in many other events within New South Wales and interstate. Although based in the Hawkesbury Area, at the Hawkesbury Showground, the Club has members all around NSW & interstate and accordingly there is a social calendar which takes it far and wide.