Katmach Vintage Fair: Antique engines on display for family-fuelled fun
Katmach’s annual vintage fair is set for another instalment this weekend when classic machines converge at Kupara Park in Katanning on Saturday.
Engine enthusiasts will be treated to a variety of antique cars, tractors, trucks and engines on display, which promises to be another successful year.
The much-loved tractor sled pull event will once again feature, along with plenty of other activities and showcases throughout the day.
Event organiser Mal Beeck has been with Katmach for a decade and said it was a great day for people to showcase their treasured machines.
“This event has been going for many years and it’s great for anyone to come along and participate,” Mr Beeck said.
“Anyone is encouraged to bring old or vintage equipment they have to show off.”
With camping available for attendees, this year’s edition accommodates families from all parts of the states South West and Great Southern.
“It nice for people to come together with the same interests but it’s also great for families to come and have a look as well,” Mr Beeck said.
“Groups from Wagin, Boyupbrook, Collie and Albany also come to the event.
“We encourage all families and friends to come along, have a look a vintage machines and have a chat and meet people from other areas.”
The all day event starts at 9.30am and a fee of $10 gains access to the event with children 16 and under entering free.
Katanning Scout group will provide morning tea and lunch as a fundraiser for their club.
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