Geelong Revival Motoring Festival

Geelong Revival is a 3 Day Motoring Festival on the famous Geelong Waterfront including the sprints, motorshow, cruise, music, food and fun for the whole family!

Join Australia's largest classic motoring event with over 1,500 vehicles on display and racing.

22nd-24th November 2024.

 

Join us on Friday 22nd for a casual meet and greet at the Hearne Pde car park to kick off the weekend.
Racing starts 10am Saturday and 9am Sunday, with two days of quarter mile sprints for cars and motorcycles.
Make sure to check out the Top Ten at the end of each days racing, where the top ten fastest cars and motorcycles battle it out for overall honours. 


When

Daily from 22 November 2024 to 24 November 2024

Upcoming dates

22 November 2024, 05:00 PM - 09:00 PM

23 November 2024, 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM

24 November 2024, 09:00 AM - 04:00 PM


Where

  • Geelong Waterfront Wadawurrung Country, Ritchie Boulevard, Geelong.

Cost

  • Admit one: $195.00 Single-day VIP entry - Sit right beside the start-line and receive complementary food and drink.
  • Adult: $30.00 Access to The Pits. Get up close with the race cars and motorcycles, and speak to the owners.
  • Child: $15.00 Access to The Pits. Get up close with the race cars and motorcycles, and speak to the owners.
  • Family: $75.00 Access to The Pits. Get up close with the race cars and motorcycles, and speak to the owners.
  • Free & Ticketed areas Only The Pits and the VIP Zone are paid areas. The rest of the Geelong waterfront is free to explore. Bring a picnic, or enjoy the range of food vans on offer.

Facilities

  • Children's activities
  • First Aid available
  • Seating/viewing areas
  • Toilets available
  • Wheelchair accessible

Contact

Chris Sager

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 03 5215 1181

Associated organisation: Pace Marketing.

Website: http://www.geelongrevival.com.au



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Page last updated: Thursday, 13 June 2024

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