8th Annual Sydney Classic & Antique Truck Show 27th May 2018
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After an outstanding event & record crowd last year, the Museum of Fire is proud to present the 8th Annual Sydney Classic & Antique Truck Show. Classic trucks, buses, fire engines and vehicles of yesteryear from across the Country are gathering to be on display at the Museum of Fire on Sunday 27th May 2018.
Join us and open up a world of fascinating nostalgia and activities for all ages. Come and see trucks from the solid rubber boneshakers of 1914 through to the kings of the highway of the 60's and 70's. On Stage non-stop entertainment will include the superb vocal talents and unlimited free amusements rides after entry.
International Award Winning Matt Falloon & his Trained Balloons will take entertainment all day to a new level. Demonstrations throughout the day by vintage dressed Firefighters showing you the skills of yesteryear as they put some classic fire engines to work. Relive history with the historic police cars & bikes display including the infamous Chargers, and much more.
Take a journey back in time on one of the vintage double decker bus rides and see Penrith from a different view. The Circus comes to the show with a display of beautifully restored wagons and vehicles from Bullenís Circus of yesteryear. Something for everyone including displays by Fire and Rescue NSW with live fire demonstrations of their Kitchen Fire Simulator together with the fascinating displayís of the Museum of Fire.
A fantastic family fun day that will not burn a whole in the pocket,
∑ Adults $15 (includes up to three children under 16 free with paying Adult)
∑ Concession $10, (no children on concession ticket).
∑ After entry all rides and entertainment are free.
Sunday 28th May 2017 will be a Classic Day, with Classic Trucks and Classic Entertainment. Gates open from 8am through to 3pm. Don't miss it! For more information visit www.museumoffire.com.au or contact the Museum of Fire on 02 4731 3000