Gunnedah to host 50th anniversary of Veteran and Vintage Chevrolet Association of Australia

CLASSIC: A black 1956 Chevrolet sedan. Photo: Supplied
CLASSIC: A black 1956 Chevrolet sedan. Photo: Supplied

The Veteran and Vintage Chevrolet Association of Australia will kick-start its 50th anniversary celebrations in Gunnedah on the weekend.

On Sunday, more than 100 vintage vehicles from 1914 to the 1980s will be on display at Wolseley Park. 

On Monday, the visitors will make a run to Keepit Dam for morning tea, then move onto the sport and recreation area for lunch. On Tuesday, the group will have breakfast at Gunnedah Rugby Club, then travel to Robert and Anna Witt’s property at Emerald Springs for lunch in their garden and to watch a display of working Kelpies by Bruce Bell.

On Wednesday, September 27, they will attend a ladies luncheon and undertake a coal mine tour, then head to Quirindi on Thursday, September 28.

On Friday, the visitors will gather at Gunnedah Rural Museum at 9am for a tour and morning tea. They will attend a presentation dinner at Gunnedah Town Hall that evening.

The association holds an anniversary every five years.