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Bay to Birdwood Classic - Newsflash!

Vehicle entries officially closed on the 7th August, however there are a few places left so it's not too late to enter (download the entry form below). You can also check out the fabulous list of vehicles already entered this year by clicking on the link below.

Download your 2015 entry form here and enter!

Download a list of 2015 entrants!

Motorfest 2015

Motorfest Classic 2015

This year's Motorfest Classic 2015 promises to be a fun program of events. Hosted by South Australian vehicle clubs it takes people to see the sights of Adelaide and beyond.

Download a program here.

Download an entry form here.

2015 Map

2015 Route

To download a map of this year's Bay to Birdwood Classic route please click here.

Maras Group presents the Bay to Birdwood Classic on Rundle Street

Sunday 13 September, 12 noon - 4pm

Head down to Rundle Street as the Bay to Birdwood converges on Rundle Street East. Rundle Street, Vardon Lane and Ebenezer Place will be closed and over 70 classic cars and motorbikes will be on display from the 50s, 60s and 70s. There will be fashions, entertainment by band Raunchy Sugar and dancing - a great afternoon not to be missed! If you would like to find out more please email publicity@baytobirdwood.com.au

Bay to Birdwood Information Night

For those that couldn't make our Information Night at the Arkaba Hotel you can read the presentation notes here. Contact details for committee members can be found in the presentation too if you have any questions.

Call for volunteers

The Bay to Birdwood is a community event going for 35 years strong. It relies on the support of entrants, businesses, the South Australian community and volunteers to keep it going. If you are interested in volunteering on the day at either the start or finish event please download and return this form.


Bay to Birdwood Classic 2015 - Entries available!

This year's Bay to Birdwood Classic 2015 entry form can be downloaded here.

The Bay to Birdwood appoints new chair

Former Commissioner of the South Australian Police, Mal Hyde AO will take on the role chairing the Bay to Birdwood Run Committee Inc following Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Haese's four year term at the chair. For more information please click here.

History of the Bay to Birdwood

The story of the Bay to Birdwood is a compelling tale of interest to motoring enthusiasts everywhere. This book, by Adelaide author Bill Watson is now available. See our History page for more information.