Following are all the details you need to know for entering your car at the Revival.
Hot Rods enter through Gate 1, which runs off Smith Street, beside the Cleveland High School.
Hot Rods may enter between 8am and 10am.
All drivers who enter their vehicle at the show pay a reduced entry fee of just $10 on the day.
There is no cost for the vehicle, just the humans.
Adult passengers pay the usual $15 entry fee. Kids 17 and under are free.
Please don't bring any pets.
Due to public safety regulations set by the Redland City Council, once you park your vehicle, you must keep it stationary.
To depart the show, you can only leave "on the hour" at either 2pm, 3pm, 4pm or 5pm, following the directions of our marshals.
Restricting the vehicle movement to "on the hour" greatly reduces the risk of any potential accident between a vehicle and a pedestrian.
Of course, we prefer that all vehicles remain stationary for the entire show, but we understand some people may have a reason why they cannot remain until 5pm.
As show organisers, we intend to cooperate with the Council guidelines in order to bring you a safe and well-organised event.
|8am - 10am||Vehicles Enter|
|10am||Show Commences. All vehicles remain stationary.|
|2pm - 2.10pm||Earlybird leavers may exit|
|3pm - 3.10pm||Earlybird leavers may exit|
|4pm - 4.10pm||Earlybird leavers may exit|
|5.00pm||All vehicles may exit|
Hot Rods / Rat Rods / Sleds / Muscle Cars / Customs
Vintage and Classic Motorbikes / Bobbers / Cafe Racers / Vintage Scooters / Lowrider Cycles
Travel Concession TC 265-01-2017.
All vehicles who register in the show go in the running for the Rockabilly Revival Top Ten. You will be handed a registration slip as you enter the show.
You are invited to pre-register your vehicle, so you don't have to complete a form on the day. Simply fill in the following fields and click Submit.
Trophy presentation is at 3.10pm.
Thank you to all the drivers who entered a car, motorbike or bicycle into the hot rod show.
The Top Ten Trophies were awarded to:
1941 Chev chopped Coupe by Trent Rub
1963 Holden EJ kustom ute by Johnny Voodoo
1963 Lincoln convertible by Locky McCann
1971 Holden HG Monaro by Mike
1952 Chev ute by Phil Kustom
1932 Ford Model A gold metal flake by Paul McKennariey
1937 Ford chopped pick up by Kerry Gray
1960 Commer ice cream van by Jack Rigauld
1962 Holden EJ Premier by Kate Mulcahy
1932 Ford Hi-Boy by John Parker