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2015 Queenscliff Rod Run

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The Queenscliff Rod Run is one of the premier annual motoring events held Geelong region and brings together a magnificent collection of classic vehicles and spectacular rods in a climaxing in a wonderful show ‘n’ shine on Queenscliff’s grassy parkland.


The event is organised by the Geelong Street Rodders who have been vehicle events and helping our community for more than four decades. The Queenscliff Rod Run event is in its 11th year dating back to 2004. The 2015 event will build on the successes of the past and is being held between the 30th of January to the 1st of February, with the huge show ‘n’ shine taking place on Sunday the 1st.

Friday night will see registration and a sausage sizzle while Saturday will see a variety of cruises and a visit to the Adventure Park in Wallington followed by a spectacular evening drive along Queenscliff’s historic Hesse Street. Dozens of shiny vehicles are expected to take part in this event that is a very popular spectacle with hundreds of people flocking to the seaside township to see the exotic vehicles.

Sunday will see the main public day with a huge show and shine being held on Queenscliff’s Princess Park. Here visitors will see beautiful vehicles that have been restored and modified with incredible craftsmanship and skill. The range and the mix of vehicles is always amazing there are cars from all eras of motoring, some restored to better than their showroom finish while others have been transformed into incredible hotrods with heaps of chrome and amazing paint jobs.

It is expected around 800 vehicles will be on display and if previous years are any indication there will be nearly as many specialty vehicles in the car parks and grassland around the event that are also well worth a look.


As well as the incredible vehicle display there will be some great live music, lots of tasty food and plenty of merchandise stalls selling a wide range of items including accessories for custom vehicles.

For more information visit the Geelong Street Rodder’s website at