The popular Shannons South Coast Nationals event at Moruya, south of Sydney, will go out with a bang. The show on Saturday, November 24, will be the 25th but also the last as organisers from the South Coast Cruisers take a well earned break.
“Anyone who is involved with or who organises an event can appreciate the time and effort involved with making it all happen, it’s a day in day out job. A few things that have happened in our lives over the last couple of years has brought us to the decision to end the event in its 25th year. We have many great memories, the best thing has been the people we have met and the many friends we have made,” said Lee and Debbie Pearce of the South Coast Cruisers.
Mario Colalillo along with Glen D’Agostino have also organised the ‘Arena Of Kustoms’, expected to be one of the biggest gatherings of custom cars ever to be seen on the east coast, along with an impressive line up of elite level and high performance vehicles.
The last event will be held on Saturday 24th of November 2018 at the Moruya High School ( South Coast NSW). Moruya High School by day, followed by Moruya Golf Club that night with a dinner, presentations, charity auction and band.
“We are proud of the event, how it has evolved as well as the many charities and worthy causes the event has been able to support over the many years.”
Info and online entries are open now atwww.southcoastnationals.com.au.