Bushman’s Rally hits 50
Monday, 10th February, 2020
The 50th anniversary of the Bushman’s Rally is being held over the Easter long weekend and vintage car enthusiasts are encouraged to enter.
The Broken Hill Veteran and Vintage Car Club’s 50th Anniversary Bushman’s Rally will run on April 10 - 13.
Rally director Ben Stellini said there has been a lot of interest interstate with many cars coming from all over.
He said they were also trying to encourage Vintage Car Club members to enter as well.
The weekend will be jam-packed with activities including registrations and afternoon tea on Friday, April 10.
The rally will be held on the Saturday with a departure from Westside Plaza car park.
The first of the runs will be to the Solar Farm, from there cars will proceed to the Sulphide Street Railway Museum for morning tea.
Lunch will be held at Sturt Park and then there will be an evening meal at the Junction Hotel.
On Sunday, the rally will again commence from the plaza and move to the Perilya Mine Museum and Winder House where participants will be treated to morning tea.
After that, they will drive to Silverton and have lunch at the gaol before a tour of the Mad Max Museum.
The presentation dinner will be held at the Musicians Club.
Then on Monday, participants will be treated to a farewell breakfast at the Car Club’s club rooms in Blende Street.
Entry forms need to be in by the end of February.
For any further information or to get an entry form, contact Secretary Stephen Podnar on 8087 7633.