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COVID- 19 Coronavirus
As of 11 June, 2020
After careful consideration, we have made the difficult decision not to hold Motorclassica in 2020. Instead, we look forward to bringing you an even greater spectacle next year when Motorclassica returns from 22- 24 October 2021.
While we are disappointed that we are unable to come together this year - and know that you will be too - our priority when planning Motorclassica is to create a world-class experience that celebrates all that is great about the motoring community, and in a safe environment.
In our best efforts to safely bring the motoring community together this year, we explored a range of options. After monitoring the ever-evolving situation, there are many uncertainties still in place that impact our ability to deliver the experience that you have come to expect and deserve.
We are focussing on curating new and exciting features for Motorclassica 2021 along with an impressive line-up of celebration Marques, so stay tuned for when we reveal these in the coming months.
At times like these, it is important to stay in touch, so we are also working to introduce new ways to gather as a community later in the year. In the meantime, we encourage you to stay connected via our social media channels and by subscribing to our newsletter.
Motorclassica has always been much more than a car event. It is a celebration of great friendships and great cars, and we thank everyone who has expressed their continued support for Motorclassica no matter the date.
We will do everything we can to help everyone in our community stay safe, informed and connected, and we look forward to seeing you all in 2021.
Exhibitions and Trade Fairs Pty Ltd,
Organisers of Motorclassica
As of 13 March, 2020
Exhibitions and Trade Fairs (ETF) is closely monitoring the ongoing advice and guidance regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus issued by the Australian Government, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and local health authorities.
The health and safety of our staff, exhibitors, suppliers, clients and patrons is paramount.
We look forward to continuing to present our event schedule, including Motorclassica and delivering successful events for our partners and clients.
ETF remains vigilant and understands COVID-19 as a fluid situation that will continue to be watched closely.
The advice of the authorities and health professionals will be followed in the planning and execution of all events, with all required measures to be implemented. These measures will include public health messaging shared pre-event and during the event, and strengthened hygiene, sanitization and disinfectant availability.
ETF encourages the community to follow the recommendations of the Australian Government, the World Health Organisation and local health authorities and as standard to reduce exposure to and the transmission of COVID-19.
Should you feel unwell, seek immediate medical assistance and reconsider your attendance at any event. In the following scenarios, we ask that you please refrain from attending an event:
- left, or transited through mainland China in the last 14 days (please isolate yourself for 14 days from leaving mainland China)
- left, or transited through Iran on or after 1 March (please isolate yourself until 14 days after leaving Iran)
- been in close contact with a confirmed case of coronavirus in the last 14 days (please isolate yourself for 14 days after the date of last contact with the confirmed case).
For further information on isolation please consult:
For information on protecting yourself and hand and respiratory hygiene please consult:
For further advice, please call the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080. It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. If you require translating or interpreting services, call 131 450.
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