The Granville Parklands will become a display case for hundreds of British classic cars from 10am, while food and craft stalls, rides and a live band will help entertain crowds throughout the day.
Event organiser Robert Brodie-Hall said the annual celebration was a staple in the motoring calendar of events, and with National Motoring Heritage Day falling on the same day, Gingin British Car Day promised to be a memorable day. British cars will pulse to the sounds of Double Trouble from the Gingin Soundshell and there will be a marching band display from the Kalamunda District Pipe Band.
‘The scenic pool at the bottom of the park will again host an amazing array of working model boats displayed and operated by the Australian Model Ship Society,’ Mr Brodie-Hall said.
‘Don’t miss the grand finale with the burning of a ship complete with men overboard and fire fighting tugs to the rescue.’