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 Sunday, 6 May 2018



All PCV members are invited to attend the upcoming Autumn Run, on Sunday 6th May, (no it's not Mothers’ Day).

Meeting point for the run will be a Morning Tea at the Diamond Creek CFA, located at 83 Main Hurstbridge Road, Diamond Creek; (a short drive from the end of the Western Ring Road).

Arrival time is 9:30am for a 10:30am run start to Mitchelton Winery on the Goulburn River in Nagambie.

Arrival at Mitchelton Winery commences with a welcome drink and wine tasting, then lunch at 12:30pm consisting of two courses. After lunch we are privileged to partake in a unique opportunity to view Mitchelton Winery’s newly opened rare and extensive collection of Aboriginal Art with our host, Gallery Curator Adam Knight. This is a special treat to view such an impressive collection of Aboriginal art works.

After the tour you will be free to wander around the vineyard, we recommend going up to the top of the tower for a 360 degree view of the vineyard, river and Porsches!

Those members that would like to stay overnight, Mitchelton Winery Hotel is providing a special package for event guests. Please call Mitchelton on 5736 2288 if you wish to stay and mention that you are a guest at the Porsche Club Event on the day.

Otherwise it's an easy 90 minute return drive to Melbourne, via the Goulburn Valley and Hume Highways.

Meeting Point:  Diamond Creek CFA, 83 Main Hurstbridge Road, Diamond Creek

Meeting Time:  9.30am for a 10.30am departure

Cost:  $80pp

Includes: CFA morning tea on arrival at meeting point and at Mitchelton a welcome drink, wine tasting, 2 course lunch and art gallery tour with curator. 

Bookings:  Enquires to Carly on 9817 6911 or

Bookings Close:  5pm Tuesday 1st May

Max Number:  TBC



This run is conducted under the auspices of Porsche Club of Victoria. 

We all have an obligation to comply with the Road Safety Road Rules, but in addition PCV requests all members to drive in a courteous manner, being considerate to other participants and members of the public.