AUSTRALIA’S longest running and most enjoyable 4x4 show has found a new home. After 29 years at its Wandin site, the Victorian 4WD Show will move to its new home at Lardner Park near Warragul, south-east of Melbourne.
Run by the Land Rover Club of Victoria on the third Sunday of February, the Vic 4WD Show differs from the rest by being set in a rural outdoor location; and the move to Lardner Park will continue that tradition with more space for the 2018 event.
The new venue is developing a specially made 4x4 test track so that show-goers will be able to sample the capability of 4x4 vehicles as well as check out the latest wares from exhibitors from all the big 4x4 companies. There’s also a 4x4 swap meet and a great display of old and unique 4x4 vehicles.
For more information, check out the event website at: www.vic4wdshow.com.au
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