NMRM Legendary Moments Dinner

Thursday 6 October | 6.30pm

Legends Dinner 2022

WHEN: 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start
WHERE: Rydges Mount Panorama (Level 7)

COST: $90pp

Experience a once in a lifetime opportunity to listen to Australian Supercars legends as they relive some of their historical and most memorable moments on Mount Panorama. Be taken on a drive down memory lane, while listening to firsthand accounts of the driver's experiences with the mighty mount in some intimate Q&A.

As you sit back and enjoy your two-course meal your breath will be taken away by the spectacular views from the top level of Rydges, overlooking Mount Panorama in all its glory during the Repco Bathurst 1000.

Live music entertainment on arrival and during breaks by local musician Mick Vawdon.

Limited tickets available. Tickets cannot be purchased after Friday 23 September.

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.

Main Meal
Slow braised beef cheek | creamy polenta | baby vegetables | fried Spanish onion (gf)
Oven baked chicken supreme | slow roast tomato chutney | potato smash | honey jus (gf)

House made sticky date pudding | butterscotch sauce | vanilla bean ice cream | fresh strawberries
Vanilla panna cotta | blueberry jelly | mango sorbet (gf)



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.

Visit the National Motor Racing Museum website  and follow the National Motor Racing Museum on Facebook.