“BVAC - MotoFestivale 2019”
23rd to 25th August 2019 – Old Petrie Town
The “BVAC MotoFestivale 2019” event ran over three days, and celebrated the Brisbane Vintage Auto Club’s 50th Anniversary.
The Event was based at Old Petrie Town, Whiteside, Queensland.
Entrants participated in a range of activities during the 3 day event:
Car Displays (Static & Parades) – Community Engagement;
Historic runs to places of interest within the Moreton Bay region;
Entertainment & Markets;
Themed Formal Dinner with entertainment provided by Qld’s most loved performers “The Kitty Kats”;
Social Gatherings, and friendly atmosphere;
President Glen Sorensen's Report on BVAC MotoFestivale 2019.
"I am so proud of the BVAC for hosting this wonderful event, the feedback received was
truly memorable. The final numbers (over 40 entrants) far exceeded the 2014 QHMC SE Qld
event which is outstanding to say the least. A big thank you to the other car club members
(QVVA, BNAAA, and the Bayside Restorers) that joined the BVAC in the 50th anniversary
A huge thank you to the BVAC sub-committee who realised the many months of planning
without too many problems. A special commemorative magazine will be produced compiling
the photos, program, and other items once things get back to normal. This edition of the
Vintage Views has a snapshot of some of the photos taken during the event.
During the BVAC MotoFestivale 2019, they were a lot of enquiries from people wanting to
join our club. The fellowship and friendliness of the BVAC is one thing that was consistently
talked about during the event. Growth of our membership makes the BVAC stronger whilst
engaging more with the community. As always please let the BVAC committee know if you
are aware of someone with an interest in the older vehicles, or even a member who has left
and wants to return.