Rev your engines for Sanctuary Cove Car Festival

Rev your engines for Sanctuary Cove Car Festival

Tickets are now on sale for the Sanctuary Cove Car Festival, where some of Queensland’s rarest and most prized automobiles will be on show at The Marine Village on Sunday, September 30 from 9am to 3pm.

Thousands of people and car enthusiasts will attend the ultimate car lover’s day out with enviable range of classic, modified and luxury cars on show along with automotive exhibits, boat displays and live entertainment and fun for the whole family.

With the picturesque grounds of The Marine Village as the event backdrop, guests can enjoy the finer things in life as they get the chance to see some of the most sought after and rarely seen vehicles in Australia.

Motoring Journalist Paul Gover will officiate the event as the MC on the main stage, interviewing car owners, hosting discussions on keynote vehicles and bringing many years of experience and expertise to the event.

“The Festival is going to be a really interesting and exciting event with something for everyone from historical and exotic cars to racing and modern performance cars,” says Mr Gover.

“This year’s event is the start of what is set to become one of Australia’s premier automotive events with more and more people showing an interest in cars.”

Sanctuary Cove Car Festival

Along with classics, exotics and race cars, guests can view a 1959 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible, 1958 Pontiac Bonneville, 1961 Chevrolet Impala Bubbletop and 1995 Ferrari F512M, a 1957 Ford Thunderbird, 1958 Chevrolet Impala, 1967 Morris Mini Cooper, 1972 Chrysler Charger E 38 A84, 1958 Chevrolet Corvette, 1970 Jaguar E Type and 1981 DeLorean.

Guests can also view the extensive collection from The Porsche Club Queensland who will show approximately 80 cars at the festival as part of the 2018 Porsche Club Queensland Concours and Show n Shine.

Included in the line-up will be the Porsche 356, all models and years, along with the 924, 944, 968 and all models and years of the iconic Porsche 928. The popular Boxster, Cayman and SUV models, Cayenne and Macan will also be at the festival for guests to view.

Visitors at the event will have the chance to get up close and personal with luxury marque brands such as Ferrari, Mercedes, Bentley, Maserati, Lamborghini, BMW and MINI and see some of the latest and innovative motoring products on the market.

One of the most viewed vehicles of the day is set to be The Boat Works and Sanctuary Cove sponsored BMW M4 GT4 which won the 2018 Bathurst 12-hour in February this year.

Another rare sighting will be the classic 1911 Model T Ford on show in mint condition and perfectly preserved. Known as one of the very first of the production cars, the T Ford was earmarked as the ‘universal car’ by creator Henry Ford.

Boats from Maritimo, Horizon Motor Yachts, Integrity Motor Yachts, Leigh-Smith Yachts and Hurricane Boats will be on display.

The Sanctuary Cove Car Festival is set to be an exciting day out for car and boat lovers with guests given the rare opportunity to see a heart-racing collection of both vehicles and vessels in the one idyllic location.

While in The Marine Village, guests at the Festival can make the most of the extensive range of dining options and boutique offerings while soaking up the electric atmosphere.

When purchasing tickets to the Sanctuary Cove Car Festival, guests can go into the draw to win a $500 voucher to use in The Marine Village.

Sanctuary Cove Car Festival

Date: Sunday, September 30

Time: 9am to 3pm

Location: Sanctuary Cove

Cost: $10 per person.

Tickets and info are available at

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