If you have a heritage-listed car and you loooove dressing up, you'll want to take part in the annual Bay to Birdwood event.
One of Australia's favourite motoring events, it has been an iconic fixture on the South Australian events calendar since 1980.
Thousands of spectators will line the 67-kilometre route to view the passing parade of historic cars from 10am-4pm Sunday 22 October, motoring from West Beach through to the finish line at the National Motor Museum, Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills.
Be part of the crowd or one of the drivers of antique, veteran, vintage, post-war/early-classic, classic, post-classic and modern classic vehicles.
Held annually, the Bay to Birdwood is a mass-participatory citizen-collector driven historic motoring event that draws participants from around Australia and the world to celebrate historic motoring.
If your car was manufactured prior to 1993 you can enter as a driver. Period clothing is a feature of the Bay to Birdwood, with many participants in their vehicles match the era of their vehicles with their attire.
Tickets cost from $31.50. Book your tickets here.