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36th ALL BRITISH DAY - Sunday February 9th 2020


What was at all British Day in 2019?

2019... This year we will be acknowledged British Racing Heritage. Yes, Britain produced many fine vehicles as commuters and workhorses but Britain’s contribution to motorsport should not be over looked. Form the early days at Brookland’s in the UK to other international circuits including Australia, Britain played an important role in motorsport, and still does.  We had on display in 2019 an eclectic cross-section of British cars and bikes that played their part in motor sport history.

It was a great family day out, and this year in the skies above All British Day we saw a breathtaking aerobatic display by 13 time World Aerobatic Champion Chris Sperou in his amazing Pitts Super Stinker.

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It's not just about British cars......

ABD always has a fabulous display of British motorcycles, and this year following our theme of British racing heritage there were powerful racing bikes on display with the chance to see great bikes including the rare and valuable JPS Norton Rotary.

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For the young and the young at heart, be entertained on the Scouts Climbing wall...............


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Or test your driving skills on 'REV IT UP' racing simulator!


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2020... will be a celebration of a proud British company that commenced manufacturing in 1919. Armstrong Siddley has a rich history in both the aviation industry and motor car production. Over the years Armstrong Siddeley merged with other companies that also produced aero engines and motor cars. We look forward to hosting the Armstrong Siddeley Car Club as our feature club in 2020. 



A great family day out

A fun, colorful family picnic day, showcasing vehicles that are predominantly designed and/or build in Britian.

Held at Echunga in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, you can wander the grounds and admire over 750 vehicles and talk to the passionate and proud vehicle owners.

The day also includes children's entertainment, food and drink stalls, trade exhibits and award presentations.

The 2019 event will be celebrating 35 years of the All British Day in South Australia.  A great day out for motoring enthusiasts, so mark Sunday, February 10th, 2019 in your diaries now!

  • Saloons, Sports Cars, Land Rovers, Motorcycles and Trucks
  • Stationary Engine display
  • Free parking
  • Food and drink stalls
  • Children's entertainment
  • Trade exhibits
  • Award presentations

HOT WEATHER POLICY....In the event of a catastrophic fire warning for the Echunga district or a forecast temperature for the Mt Barker district at 6.00pm the day before the event of 40 degrees or more, unfortunately, for public safety, the event will be cancelled. If the event is cancelled, we are sorry that no entry fees will be refunded but memorabilia will be posted out.


Guide Dogs SA/NT

Ambassa-dog Lenny reckons this all British Lotus Cortina is pawsome! You’ll get to see the car and more than 800 other much loved British cars at the All British Day display at Echunga Recreation Grounds on Sunday 10 February 2019. Guide Dogs SA/NT is honoured that we are once again the event’s charity of choice. It’s a family event and this year it will be featuring British Racing Heritage. It’s the second biggest static display of vehicles event in South Australia. And if it’s not too hot you might even spot Lenny checking out these lovingly cared for cars.  He got a special showing today from car owner and committee member David.

(If you have a pampered pooch, but strictly, only guide dogs are permitted at All British Day)

More information at - Guide Dogs SA/NT

David and Lenny

Admission Prices

Public admission Adults $ 8.00

Children ( up to 18y/o)   $ 4.50

Family 2 adults two Children $ 25.00

How to get there?



Getting to Echunga

All British Day proudly supports
SA/NT Guide Dogs



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Photography courtesy of Andrea Rowe, Jason Edward, David Sandford-Morgan, Danny Ferguson and Alistair Ferguson
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