About 500 vehicles are expected to take part in the Spring Cruiz-In from Wallsend to Hunter Valley Gardens this Sunday.
The event is organised by the Newcastle Restored Vehicle Club and is open to all vehicles including veteran, vintage, classics, modern, hot rods, Kombis, bikes and trucks.
Vehicles start from Bunnings Wallsend and leave in groups between 7.30am and 9am, making their way to Hunter Valley Gardens in Pokolbin.
The cars will then take part in one of the largest show and shine displays in the Hunter.
An entry donation of $5 for vehicle display participants will be collected on arrival, and all proceeds will be donated to the young driver education program ‘Roadwhyz’.
Entry is free for spectators and there will be plenty to see and do, including DJ Vinnie playing ‘50s and ‘60s rock and roll music, children’s activities including face painting, pony rides and a jumping castle, plus trade and craft stalls and unique vehicle exhibits.
“It is the perfect day out for the whole family, there will be something for everyone,” Spring Cruiz-In coordinator Glenn Towndrow said.
The National Hupmobile Tour will be in the Hunter on the same weekend and attending with a number of veteran and vintage vehicles manufactured in the USA from 1908 until 1941.
A number of historic planes are expected to fly over the Gardens during the day as part of the Wine Country Fly-In.
For further details about the Spring Cruiz-In, contact Glenn on 0418 221 462.