Tens of thousands will gather along the route and at the Museum to celebrate the full return of the Bay to Birdwood – it’s all back, the crowds, the fashion and the festivities. After the heartbreak of cancelling last year, it is a thrill to again welcome participants from around Australia to one of the world’s great historic motoring events.
The 2022 Bay to Birdwood features a wide array of vehicles that span the breadth of the 20th century, including – antique, veteran, vintage and post-war/early classic, classic, post-classic and modern. The vehicles this year include a very unique 1909 Stanley Steamer (one of only three of this type left in the world).
The parade participants gather at the National Motor Museum in Birdwood for the Finish Festival, which is a ticketed event that opens at 10 am and features food, fashions, fun, wine, coffee and craft beer.
At the Festival audiences enjoy a picnic on the grounds, food trucks catering and mingle with the 1500 plus vehicles, watch the awards presentation and the colourful Fashions in the Field.
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