Narooma Motors

Opening Hours

Monday: 8:00 - 5:00

Tuesday: 8:00 - 5:00

Wednesday: 8:00 - 5:00

Thursday: 8:00 - 5:00

Friday: 8:00 - 5:00

The narooma motors classic and fancy car and bike show is on again! australia day, January 26th, 2019!


  •  Eurobodalla Shire is backing us again and allowing free use of NATA Oval on the Princes Highway/Bluewater Drive - so that's FANTASTIC news and many thanks to them!
  •  Club Narooma is our first major Business Sponsor. Sadly the advertised Rockabilly Dinner/Dance has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.
  • NTW has offered us $800(!!!) worth of Avenger Tyres as a prize!
  • Casey's Cafe (Canty St Narooma) has joined us as a sponsor and will be offering up FREE COFFEE cards on site and in the showbags. By the way, their steak sandwiches are fabulous!
  • Kmart Bateman's Bay will be giving us a bunch of shopping vouchers to hand around!
  • Pop-Up Putt Putt will be there offering amazingly fun entertainment for the young and the young at heart (and anyone who needs a challenge).
  • The Tree Motel has joined us as a Sponser, and a great big Thankyou to them. They have a wonderful pool in a gloriously posh setting by the way. Thoroughly recommend The Tree Motel if you'll be staying here for the weekend.
  • Seasalt Cafe Dalmeny has joined us as a sponsor! Many thanks to them (and their coffee is absolutely first rate).
  • Compleat Angler Narooma has joined us as a sponsor, many thanks to them. If you are a fishing person, they are THE place to go.
  • Mannat Residency/Roxy's Cafe have joined us as a sponsor. Great food and a great place to stay. Mannat Restaurant might even have a pop-up cafe on the day.
  • Shannon's have today, December 19, offered us their Supertruck! 
  • Extra and warm Thankyou to Di Riley for her fundraising and her event organising talent and expertise.
  • Any sponsorship funding left over will be donated to charity.
  • Sadly, local business has been disappointing in their support of this event, but this event will remain FREE no matter what!

The Cars:

  • Just about anything that could be considered out of the ordinary is welcome, the fancier the better. Veteran, vintage, antique, musclecars, Fords, Holdens, enthusiasts all are encouraged to bring their pride and joy to the paradise that is Narooma for a day of Show and Shine, food, music and camaraderie. Sadly the dinner/dance at Club Narooma has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.
  • Entrants interested in the actual competition must be on display before 10am.
  • There will be TEN trophies and prizes on offer (1st, 2nd, 3rd, Best Original (restored), Best Survivor (unrestored), Captain's Pick, Best Ladies, Best Motorcycle, Best Modified and Best in Show). All trophies will carry a cash or voucher (or something) prize.
  • Judging will be well complete before 1pm and winners announced before 2pm. 

The Prizes:

  • First Prize Trophy + $300
  • 2nd Prize Trophy + $200
  • 3rd Prize Trophy + $100
  • All other Trophies awarded with $50
  • One NRMA Battery to the value of $230 (Thanks to Club Assist/NRMA Batteries - random prize giveaway
  • One set of four Mastercraft Avenger Tyres to the value of approximately $800 - free entry, ticket drawn 2pm. Tyres will be supplied and fitted by Narooma Motors.
  • Kmart Bateman's Bay have given us four $50 gift cards to give away at random.
  • Random giveaways of Free Wheel Alignments at Narooma Motors.
  • Random Giveaways of Service vouchers ($50, $100 and $150) for service and repairs at Narooma Motors.
  • Popup Puttputt putting contests through the day with small prizes and trophies. Gold coin donation to play.
  • FREE Showbags (100) which all include a FREE coffee from Casey's Cafe, toys, candy bags and a bunch of other stuff.
  • Random giveaways of FREE COFFEE at Casey's Cafe (cards)
  • Random giveaways of other small items and car things including one 12 volt ARROOOOGAAA horn.
  • Lolly Jar counting contest - the one who guesses the correct number of lollies in each jar wins the jar!

Other things and events include:

  • Food!!! Riverside Pizza (best pizza you EVER had), Kitchenboys serving up their very fine fare, The Fix coffee van, Marine Rescue have suddenly up and cancelled their involvement - but the Moruya Sharks Football Club have taken on the challenge! BBQ snags, rissoles, steak sammitches and cold drinks, fundraising for the club. Onions will be placed however you like - Bunnings OH&S notwithstanding.
  • Tim Burke of Slightly Twisted Productions will be our official photographer this year. We were badly let down last year, but this year we have it covered! 
  • Radio 2EC will be there again for about four hours offering up their special blend of music and live chat. Sponsors will have the opportunity to spruik their business, entrants can chat about their pride and joy, and 2EC will be handing out various random prizes.
  • Popup Puttputt will be holding regular little events with prizes.
  • The Narooma VRA will be holding TWO demonstrations of the Jaws of Life rescue equipment. Should be awesome!
  • After the VRA have destroyed the Corolla, we're thinking to have a Run to Destruction guessing raffle - we'll sell tickets with times on them, and the ticket that is closest to the time it takes for the engine to stop wins the pool! (No oil, no coolant, no environmental risk). We're calling it the Corolla Brick n Bust.
  • Family friendly events, with prizes, will include traditional favourites like a 3-legged race (parent and child); cardboard box car race for the littlies (they create a car from a box, decorate it, then we have a race!); Hoop toss; Beanbag toss, etc. We hope to have someone of some celebrity to run these events.
  • Random prizes of Narooma Motors service vouchers, and as much promotional stuff as we can muster, possible cash prizes and whatever else we can think of!

Last year we got caught a bit with more entrants than expected, so we ran late with the judging - this year we've got that all sorted too. We hope to have a celebrity judge and/or a Eurobodalla Shire Councillor.

Download entry form in Word format

Download entry form in PDF format

A reminder that the Dinner/Dance at Club Narooma has been cancelled due to circumstances beyond our control.


This page was updated 20 January 2019





Thanks to everyone who came along with a fantastic array of top class vehicles, we all had a great day. Kids bouncing on the jumping castle, everyone needing sunglasses from the sun shining off all the polished surfaces, some of the best kept motorcycles anyone ever saw and from rusting Survivor to Most Modified it was a great success. 2EC did a fabulous job, and a great big thankyou to the volunteers who did a great job at the gate and arranging parking and other things. A huge thankyou to all involved, and we hope to bring this event around next year as well!

First place - Glenn Noonan - 1932 Ford Sedan

Second Place - Lyndon Lewis - 1932 Ford Roadster

Third Place - Tom Ratkovic - 1957 FE Holden Sedan

Best Original - Phil Mudie - 1974 Datsun 260Z

Best Survivor (Unrestored) - Ross Gretson - HX Holden

Captain's Pick (first choice) - Murray Gibbs - Boom Trike

Captain's Pick (2nd choice) - Terry Osmond - 1969 El Camino

Best Ladies Build - Rhonda Leggett - 1961 Morris Minor Ute

Best Motorcycle - Mick Zairis - 1969 Harley

Best Modified - Garry Dews - 1934 Ford 3W Coupe

Best in Show - Glenn Noonan - 1932 Ford Tudor

Wooden Spoon - Mel Britton - 9172 Holden HQ Ute

Oran Humphries won the Jelly Bean Count and a T-Shirt

Extra special thanks to Di Riley for her amazing behind the scenes organising; Eurobodalla Shire for the use of the oval; Counselor James Thomson and Scott Hunter for being extra judges.

Sadly, these are the only photos I have - taken by Di Riley and her son Jack:




Narooma Motors First Annual Car Show

January 2015 came with an idea - let's have a classic car meet and greet to show off the new signage and building renovations and new equipment, and get Narooma Motors back on the map. Because it was a spur of the moment thing, we were thrilled that so many locals popped out for a look at the 15 or so vehicles that came along. Supported by Gulf Western Oil and NRMA Batteries, we managed to put on quite a little show that locals still mention. The Gulf Western Supercar is all show but you could hear it screaming at the other end of town. Lyn took over the BBQ and we made a hat-ful of coins for the local fireys.

And we made the local paper! Narooma News

We hope to make the Narooma Motors Classic Cars meet and greet an annual event and bring more of these awesome vehicles to town for a weekend in summer.  



Narooma Motors second Annual Car ShOW 2016

Well, the first ever Narooma Motors Car Show was such a success we decided to do it again (and hopefully every year from now on). Still held on the shop grounds, we lined up about 24 exceptional and unique vehicles. This time we had Kimmy Saker from 2EC Radio providing music and entertainment all culminating in awarding four trophies - First, Second and Third placed cars - and Best Bike in Show. For the record, we were not expecting such a fabulous range of beautiful vehicles and it was very, very hard to choose winners from such a superb bunch of choices.

Sausages cooked to perfection were supplied and raised money for the local Fireys  by the Bastards Motorcycle Club, a pretty awesome bunch of guys and ladies. 

Congratulations to Barry Andrews, first place with his gorgeous 37 Ford; Rolf Leek, second place with the sexiest black 57 Chev you ever saw; and third place went to Richard Trew with an immaculately restored 64 Falcon. Best bike went to "Betto" and his shiny Harley Dyna Street Bob. Mav took home a baggy of goodies for best ladies bike - which we never thought of till it was almost too late. 

We succeeded in making this event much bigger this year and hope to move to one of the local ovals and really rev it up in 2017. If you are a member of a bike or car club and would like to join us, please contact us!

Sincere thanks to Gulf Western Oil, NRMA Batteries (Club Assist), Federal/Mastercraft Tyres and all the awesome local businesses that got behind us with their support. 

Here's the link to the story in The Narooma News: 



Third Annual Narooma Motors Car Show

The Third Annual Narooma Motors Car Show has now been and gone and it was GREAT!

A huge thankyou to everyone who brought their unique vehicle to the show; special thanks to Di Riley and her family for creating the showbags and facepainting; extra thanks to Chris O'Brien and Angie Ulrichson of The Narooma Rotary Club for their delicious efforts in the food van; Kymmy and her crew at 2EC for the live broadcast spectacular (thanks Zoe for spilling every bean in her bag); thanks beyond words to Noel Bate for your tireless help on the day; Tim from Club Assist and the tyre guy from NTW; and especially everyone who came to view and join in. It was a great day and it'll be on again next year!

Prizewinners, from left to right: Steve Morley, best bike Black Camshaft Award, Suzuki Boulevard; Matt Deveson, Silver Piston (2nd), 1969 Pontiac Firebird; Jason Tasker, Gold Piston (1st), 1979 Corvette C3; Alan Foster, Bronze Piston (3rd), 1966 122S Volvo; Guy Bugden, Gold Camshaft Award, 1971 HG Panelvan; Barry Vanniekerk, Black Piston Captain's Pick Award, 1929 Whippet; Dave Britton, Car Care Pack, 1977 LX Torana.