What's On for 2018

Regular Saturday Morning get togethers are held at the Waterfront Hotel, Moruya or at JJ's at Tomakin from 9:30am.

Regular runs are also held on Wednesdays. Meet for a little fellowship in the car park behind the Adelaide Hotel Moruya any time after 9:30am then depart at 10:00am sharp for a great drive/ride to one of the district's wonderful eateries.
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Forthcoming Special Events
Event Coordinator Tim Collins needs the help of members to see what we want. Tim has developed a survey questionnaire where you can have your say. Download the survey, fill it in and get it back to Tim.

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The Machine Show, Braidwood Showgrounds, Friday 23 March - Sunday 25 March 2018
It's on again, Braidwood's amazing 'Machine Show'. All bikes are welcome, from modern street bikes to trailies, scooters, trikes and everything in between. The real focus however is on pre-1988 bikes, from classics to customs. Vintage bikes are especially welcome. Visit the event website for full details.

Car Boot Sale/Swap Meet, Sunday 8th April 2018
After much planning it's finally on. If you have any old car or bike bits and pieces that you want to sell, come along to the grounds of the Moruya Bowls Club, yep, where the Show n Shine is held. To book your sellers space, please phone the Event Coordinator Tim Collins on 0418 945 224. Click here for all the details.

Australian National Busking Championships, Narooma, Saturday 26 May 2018
The CVMCE has been officially invited by the Rotary Club of Narooma to showcase our classic and vintage vehicles at this year's event. The display will be held at the NATA Oval in Narooma between 9 am to 3 pm. This is a CVMCE sanctioned event. If you are interested in attending, contact John Doyle on 0407 460 197. Other exhibitors will be new car dealerships from Moruya, various businesses from Narooma. The Lions Club, the Quota Club and a coffee truck will be providing food services. Buskers will be performing in front of the exhibits on the oval and elsewhere throughout town at sponsored sites. It is the organiser's intention to arrange exhibits about the boundary of the oval facing inwards to a central "village green".

The Australian National Busking Championships is a different sort of music festival for Australia. Music Festivals in Australia are typically based on a particular style of music whereas the Narooma event is a celebration of all styles of music. Whether that be Blues, Jazz, Pop, Rock, Folk, Country, Bluegrass, Indigenous, Multicultural or Classical, the ANBC reflects the rich diversity of Australian music culture. There will be no charge to display vehicles other than a $60 fee if you opt to support a busker. Click here for more details or contact the organisers at