Run over two days, the Surfside Campout put on by the dedicated crew of the South West Street Rodders has a long standing with rodders and classic car enthusiasts alike. Located in the south west region of Victoria along the coastal shores of Southcombe beach in Port Fairy, it brings many people from around the state and neighbouring South Australia together for an annual get together allowing participants to take in the many local attractions found throughout the region on the first day while Sunday is reserved for the show n shine accompanied by live rock and roll music. With overcast conditions threatening to put a dampener on proceedings, it held off allowing entrants and punters to enjoy the visual spectacular that lay before them on the kept grounds of the Port Fairy sports grounds. If you haven’t yet had the pleasure of perusing this scenic part of the country, why not check it out and include this great event as part of your itinerary!
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