Mannum Hot Rod Show

Come and see some amazing Hot Rods

Mannum’s riverbank will come alive with hot rods and rock n roll on the March long weekend for the annual Mannum Hot Rod Show. “Mannum has been attracting hot rod, custom and classic entries from across Australia for the past 20 years” said Hot Rod Show coordinator, Leon Warhurst. “This year crowd favourites are back and visitors will see historic vehicles in pristine condition dating back to the early 1900’”. “We expect to see around 200 entries this year from as far as Victoria”. Visitors can dance the day away on the giant undercover dance floor bring back the fabulous 50s and  Fitting right into the era, the Paddle Steamer Marion built in 1897 and restored back to the 1950’s will be offering one hour cruises $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for concession “Mannum is known for putting on great events and the Mannum Hot Rod Show is no exception attracting over 7000 people each year”, said Mid Murray Council Mayor Dave Burgess. “With proceeds assisting the Mannum Hospital Auxiliary, this event not only showcases amazing vehicles but the talents and dedication of a small group of local volunteers”. Entry to the Mannum Hot Rod Show is only $2.00 and kicks off at 10.00 a.m. from Mannum’s picturesque Mary Ann Reserve. Take yourself back to the days of pointy shoes, when cars were cool and dancing was pure art at the Mannum Hot Rod Show at Mannum’s picturesque Mary Ann Reserve with entry only $2.00. For further information contact Leon Warhurst on 0408813905 or email


EVENT; Mannum Hot Rod Show DATE: Sunday 10th March TIME: 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

ENTRY: $2.00 VEHICLE ENTRY: Hot rods/classics/custom - $10.00

INFORMATION: Leon Warhurst 0408 813905 or or the Mannum Visitor Information Centre on 85691303. PS MARION CRUISES: or book on the day 11 a.m., 12.30 noon, 2p.m.  $20.00 Adults – One Hour cruise

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For more information contact Leon Warhurst: 0408 813 905


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Mary Ann Reserve
River Lane
Mannum SA 5238