Motorclassica stands on the world’s stage as Australasia’s largest and most prestigious concours d’elegance and exhibition of classic and new exotic and prestige cars and motorcycles. In its 10th year, Motorclassica draws an affluent and engaged audience from around Australia and abroad for three days in celebration of the motoring lifestyle. Hosted in the world heritage-listed Royal Exhibition Building located in Melbourne, more than 500 vehicles mix with fine food and wine, cinema, educational displays and more than 100 trade exhibitors.
Key features for 2019 include the annual outdoor club sandwich activation, gourmet food and wine, VIP Lounge, tributes to Bentley, Alvis, Citroen, Mini, Japanese Sports Cars and Abarth.
Featuring the finest automobiles and motorcycles from around Australia and beyond, the Australian International Concours d’Elegance is recognised around the World as the southern hemisphere’s most prestigious and unique competition of beauty, design and provenance.
More than 80 exhibitors offer a range of products and services specifically for those who enjoy the motoring lifestyle, from restoration and maintenance to touring destinations and garagenalia.
Each year we celebrate automotive milestones, this year is no different. 2019 brings us a treasure trove of special marques to pay tribute to including: Bentley, Alvis, Citroën, Mini and Japanese Sportcars.
Tour Classica marks the official start of Motorclassica as more than 70 concours cars and motorcycles make their way through the streets of Melbourne en route to the Royal Exhibition Building
The first-ever number plate auction at Motorclassica will be held on Saturday 12th October from 6pm and will see a selection of more than 30 Victorian heritage number plates up for grabs.
Visitors have the opportunity to celebrate the classics that have graced Australian roads for a century, enjoy a variety of cuisine offered by Melbourne iconic food trucks, all in the friendly company of the owners.
Purchase your tickets today to the 10th anniversary of Motorclassica, Australia’s finest display of classic, rare, collectable and exotic cars.