THE Morgan Car Club of Australia is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year.
The Morgan Diamond Muster will bring together entrants from all Australian states as well as internationally from Thursday, October 18 to Sunday, October 21, centred in the Bathurst district.
Friday, October 19 is a big day for Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway Inc. and Oberon when the Morgans come to town.
OTHR will be hosting the Morgan Diamond Muster at the Oberon Station Precinct.
You can expect to see around 110 Morgans and 250 visitors on the day at the station gates.
Entrants will be divided into five groups and dispatched from Bathurst to experience a variety of Oberon’s best touring roads and scenic vistas on the way to town.
The cars should start to arrive in Oberon from around 10am and will be on display until 2.30pm.
OTHR will be providing guided tours of the Oberon Railway precinct including a Devonshire Tea, while Oberon Heritage and Collectors Club Inc. will display many interesting local cars, trucks and machinery at the Muster.
Barry Hughes’ Tractor Orphanage and Oberon RSL Sub Branch will also have their collections available for inspection.
Oberon Council, Oberon RSL and Kringle Cottage will have strong involvement on the day.
OTHR invites all residents of Oberon to come across to the Station Precinct during the day to have a look at the cars.
OTHR members can offer you a tour of the railway precinct for an entry of $5 (kids under 18 free) or for a special display day price of $10 also enjoy a Devonshire Tea on the station.
The Morgan Diamond Muster and Oberon Tarana Heritage Railway Station Display will make this day one of Oberon’s biggest in 2018.
Don’t miss it!