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Mount Gambier Autofest

The Mount Gambier Autofest a huge two-and-a-half-day event for car enthusiasts that is hosted every year at the Mount Gambier Showgrounds.

The festivities will kick off on Friday evening and run all through Saturday and Sunday, with heaps of entertainment both on and off the track.

Mount Gambier Autofest Dates 2018, Prices, Cars & Program Schedule

The Mount Gambier Autofest has cars, trucks, bikes and everything in between and there are plenty of events scheduled over the weekend.

The Show n Shine will take place on Saturday and Sunday between 9am -5pm. On Saturday, the show and shine will be followed by the Autofest Street Cruise between 4.30pm – 5.30pm. The Street Cruise will proceed up Pick Avenue, up Sturt Street, Bay Road and finishing at Railway Terrace. The Autofest Street Cruise is free to attend.

There will also be a Saturday night Burnout at the Showgrounds followed by an after party on Saturday night at the South Aussie Hotel.

There will be heaps of events at the track on both Saturday and Sunday including Burnout, Go to Woa and Spear a Spud.

Camping is available on site during the Autofest with the campground opening at 1pm on Friday and closing 1pm on Monday. Powered sites are available and there is a maximum of 6 people permitted per site. Bookings are essential and adults cost $40 per stay (up to 3 nights) and children are $15 each.

Schedule

TBA - January 2018

Event Times

Friday: 6pm - 9.30pm
Saturday: 9am - 8.30pm
Sunday: 9am - 6.30pm

Venue

Mount Gambier Showgrounds

Address

Pick Avenue
Mt Gambier, South Australia

Contact Details

0417 511 557
[email protected]

Prices

Friday
Family: $30
Adult: $15
Child (10-14yrs): $5
Child (Under 10yrs): Free

Saturday OR Sunday
Family: $60
Adult: $30
Child (10-14yrs): $10
Child (Under 10yrs): Free

Weekend Pass
Family: $100
Adult: $50
Child (10-14yrs): $15
Child (Under 10yrs): Free

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