On Sunday 30 September, rev your engines for the Sanctuary Cove Car Festival, which will showcase a collection of some of Queensland’s rarest and most prized automobiles at The Marine Village between 9am and 3pm. This is the ultimate opportunity for car enthusiasts to unite in one place and share their appreciation for cars, both new and classic.
Car lovers are guaranteed an ideal day out, where punters will get the chance to swoon over an enviable range of classic, modified and luxury vehicles on show along with auto and lifestyle exhibits, water displays and live entertainment. It’s a fun day out for the whole family.
Wow-worthy luxury cars will be on display in one corner, allowing the chance to view some of the most sought after and rarely seen vehicles in Australia in the flesh. Along with classics, exotics and race cars, guests can view a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, 1958 Pontiac Bonneville, 1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop and 1995 Ferrari F512M, a 1957 Ford Thunderbird, 1958 Chevrolet Impala, 1967 Morris Mini Cooper, 1972 Chrysler Charger E38 A84 and 1958 Chevrolet Corvette.
Plus, guests will have the chance to see racing legend Tony Longhurst’s The Boatworks and Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show sponsored BMW M4 GT4, which won this year’s Bathurst 12-hour race.
Porsche-heads, this one’s for you. The Porsche Club Queensland is expecting to bring 80 cars to this year’s festival as part of the 2018 Porsche Club Queensland Concours & Show and Shine. From 356 and 928 models from all years to 911 and 912 models from 1965 – 1997 to Boxsters, Caymans and many more, you will have never seen so many Porsches in one space in your life.
Entry to the festival is only $10 and children under 18 ride free. Also, if you purchase your tickets online, you will go in to the draw to win a $500 Marine Village gift voucher.
If all that car ogling wears out your tyres, InterContinental Sanctuary Cove Resort has got you covered for an overnight stay. Click here to check our rates and occupancy for that weekend.