Vintage Car Tour Sets off from Seymour
The Vintage Drivers Club Diamond Jubilee Tour set off from the Visitors Information Centre in Seymour Saturday morning. The tour saw 70 vintage cars, of which 50 are pre-1930 make their way from Seymour through the heart of Victoria to Albury-Wodonga. The Seymour Visitors Information Centre and Mitchell Shire hosted the launch event supported by the Lions Club of Seymour Goulburn who provided a free sausage sizzle. Seymour locals and car enthusiasts came out on a beautiful Autumn morning to view the cars and talk to Club members.
Mitchell Shire Mayor Rhonda Sanderson made a short speech, speaking about how these types of events are beneficial to Seymour and the Mitchell Shire and welcomed the Club to return to Seymour, perhaps for longer next time. The Mayor officially launched the tour waving the Club flag setting the cars off on their Journey down High Street past the Vietnam Veterans Walk.
The Vintage Drivers Club began in 1959, formally known as The Vintage Morris Club of Victoria, the Club started with humble beginnings with only 60 members, the Club now boasts over 470 members and have monthly meetings and produce a magazine for it’s members. The Diamond Jubilee Tour itinerary spans 8 days beginning in Seymour and includes stops in Benella, Albury-Wodonga, Holbrook, Jindera, Chiltern, Tangambalanga, Beechworth, Milawa and concludes in Mount Beauty.
For more information and full itinerary visit vintagedriversclub.com.au