It's A Rise Of The Machines At Harbord Diggers
Sydney’s modern motoring club, Sydney Machina Social Club, has found a new home for its monthly Machines & Macchiatos meetings, with a convoy of classic, vintage and specialty cars and their owners set to grace Harbord Diggers on Sunday 13 March.
Held on the second Sunday of each month, Machines & Macchiatos is an opportunity for Sydney’s motoring enthusiasts to unite over their collective love of machines, while enjoying great coffee and picturesque ocean views unique to Harbord Diggers.
The family friendly event is open to all members of the community (not just car owners) and Sam Princi, President of Sydney Machina Social Club, encourages everyone to come along to see what the meet is all about.
“We formed the Sydney Machina Social Club as an opportunity for proud owners to bond over their common interest - their machines. We welcome all makes and models from new to old, including vintage, classic, custom, exotic, motorcycles and everything in between,” said Mr Princi.
“Our Machines & Macchiatos event is not only for motoring enthusiasts, it’s a fun event for all types of people - young, old, families, kids, male and female - we welcome you all!”
“We are thrilled to announce Harbord Diggers as the new venue for our monthly meetings. The Club is the perfect venue to show off our machines while enjoying great coffee and of course, iconic views of Freshwater Beach.
“We will be asking for a gold coin donation upon entry and will also be running raffles throughout the morning, with all proceeds to go directly to our three chosen charities – Beyond Blue, Men’s Shed NSW and Cure Brain Cancer Foundation.
“We are very grateful to Harbord Diggers for their support. By supporting our event, they are helping to support our charities,” he concluded.
Dale Hunt, General Manager of Harbord Diggers, believes that Machines & Macchiatos will become a popular fixture in the Harbord Diggers event calendar.
“We are proud to offer up Harbord Diggers as a place for Sydney’s car enthusiasts to meet and share their love of cars,” said Mr Hunt.
“I’m sure that the monthly meets will prove a treat for locals who are interested in checking out some great cars and finding out what the Sydney Machina Social Club is all about,” he added.
Motoring enthusiasts and members of the community are encouraged to come along to the next Machines & Macchiatos event on Sunday 13 March from 7am to 9am at Harbord Diggers.
Entry cost is just a gold coin donation.
The event will be held in the outdoor carpark outside the Club, with entry via Evans Street.