Welcome to the   Albany Classic "Around the Houses"

Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June 2019

We recommend you book accommodation now at Motel Le Grande, Big 4 Middleton Beach or The Beach House at Bayside.

For entrant applications see VSCCWA Website or click for entry form, Albany sup regs, Hillclimb sup regs
For 2018 results visit Natsoft Website   
For Festival enquiries see Facebook , or contact Vicki on 0417 269 477 or vicki@albanyclassic.com
For 2019 Exhibitor Form click here to download

For 2019 Great Southern Arts and Crafts application click here to download

The Albany Classic Motor Event is run through the heart of Albany's CBD, overlooking the ANZAC Peace Park and Princess Royal Harbour. This spectacle of historic motor sport presents a wide variety of cars from vintage wire wheels, post-vintage and classics as well as open wheel racers and big cube muscle cars.  It is organised locally by the Albany Organising Committee with the Vintage Sports Car Club of WA (VSCCWA).

Saturday- Mt Clarence Hill Climb from 09:00  Free event. 
Sunday- CBD car events & festival start 09:30  (link to progam ) Uploaded 1 week before the event

Entry on Sunday $15 adults, $5 students & seniors. Children under 12 free.

BENDIGO BANK FESTIVAL  (link to festival program  ) Uploaded 1 week prior to event.
Alison Hartman Gardens - food & market stalls, children's activities 

Town Square - entertainment, food, competitions, Albany Classic merchandise, face painting, Optus media van with big screen for all the action and results, licenced area, Triple M live outside broadcast

York Street - bands, car displays,

St John's Church grounds - children's activities, Great Southern Arts and Crafts


In 2018 there were more than 150 entrants including a 1926 Salmson GSS with its 1.1 litre engine and a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro of over 5.8 litres. Many of the cars competing were created in the earliest days of Australian motor sport including specials from Miller, Bartlett and Brax. In the other categories you'll see Monaro, Lotus, Mustang, Elfin, Jaguar, Porsche, Bolwell, Simca, Lola and many more.

Check out this video to see an insiders view of the track (click here - youtube ).  Thanks to Steve at United Fuel Injection & his Fiat 125T for the link.

Albany first experienced motor racing in 1936 with the 'WA 50 Mile T.T. Car Race'. This was the first round the houses style race in Australia and was run over a 4 mile circuit through the town. The modern layout follows part of the revised 1938 Grand Prix circuit and is 1.5 km in length overlooking the picturesque Princess Royal Harbour.

The Albany Classic is the premier round the houses historic regularity event in Australia  and is one of only two events of its type still going today. The modern event is as much a festival as serious motorsport but now caters for the whole family and a diverse range of motoring interest. Crowds line the city streets to witness the enthralling sight of vintage and classic cars taking part in the annual motor event. This year, cars covering 87 years of motoring development are competing or on display.

Check out our facebook page for up-to-date news and information   www.facebook.com/albanyclassiccars


The track crew stacking barrier blocks at the old woolstore, 8pm 3 June 2012.

Green means GO! 

     Fast & close action behind the library

A quick run down Collie Street...  
 ...or from Peels Place up Aberdeen Street!  

See the galleries pages for a collection of car and festival photos from the day.
Got a great pictures to add? then please email Vicki@albanyclassic.com

Please take time to acknowledge all of the event sponsors and support them whenever you can.

'Buy Local' means we'll all be able to enjoy this event in the years to come.


We would like to recognise and thank the many local businesses, organisations and individuals responsible for the setup/breakdown and operation of the Albany Classic Round-the-Houses and in particular the track setup crews.   

They donate their machines and equipment and volunteer their labour to construct the track which includes moving over 500 concrete blocks and safety barriers in and out of the Albany CBD in a day.  The event simply would not happen without their assistance and we ask that you consider supporting these businesses during the year.

Massive thanks to all Volunteers & Sponsors below for 2018  

The Albany Organising Committee would like to thank the local businesses who provided sponsorship, materials and equipment to make the this event possible...

 The Albany Organising Committee sincerely apologises if there are any sponsors or volunteers we have missed on
this list. Thank you all for your support in the production of the Albany Classic Motor Event 2018.
Big cheers to the team on track set-up and break down for your major efforts. What a massive weekend.
2019 is gearing up for another successful & iconic event !