Legends at the Museum

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Date: Wednesday 1 December
Time: 6.30pm
Where: National Motor Racing Museum
Cost: $60pp

At Legends at the Museum, experience an exclusive evening viewing of the National Motor Racing Museum taking in the rich history of Australian Motor Sport before sitting back to enjoy an intimate Q&A with legends of the Great Race Colin Bond and Paul Morris. Hear their voices shake as they relive some of their most memorable moments at Mount Panorama, including all the unforgiving minutes and uplifting triumphs that the Great Race produces.

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With catering served throughout the night and beverages available for purchase, you won’t want to miss out on this exclusive evening.

Limited tickets available. Tickets cannot be purchased after Sunday 28 November.

We recommend all patrons for this event be aged 16 or over. If you choose to bring children under the age of 16, they will be required to have a full price adult ticket, and there will be no special children’s meals available.



Covid-19 Restrictions

It is a requirement of the State Government that all persons at the Event who are 16 and over must be double vaccinated.

In order to adapt to the current health and safety recommendations issued by NSW Health, Legends at the Museum will be tailored to social distancing measures. We ask that all patrons who attend the dinner maintain social distancing and do not attend if they are feeling unwell or experiencing flu-like symptoms.

Please note Council is planning Legends at the Museum in accordance with current state and federal guidelines. The event format will be adapted should the guidelines change.


History of the National Motor Racing Museum

The National Motor Racing Museum celebrates the history, personalities and achievements of Australian motor sport. Take your spot on the starting grid and join us on an amazing race through the history of Australia’s most iconic race circuit surrounded by over 100 legendary racing cars and motorcycles.

While Mount Panorama and its world-famous Bathurst 1000 is at the heart of the museum’s displays, the history of the full spectrum of the sport is covered including speedway, motorcycle racing, drag racing, rallying, open wheel and sports car racing in addition to the heavily-popular touring cars.

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For more information please contact Bathurst Regional Council Events Team


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