During Rockynats you can expect to see the streets of Rockhampton filled with cars and bikes of every shape, era and torque.
Over the Easter long weekend, the Rockynats Cruising zone, located in the CBD Precinct, comes alive with roaring engines, immaculate paintwork and impressive vintage remodelling.
This zone is the Show n’ Shine overflow, but these cars aren’t just on display! All entrants, with both registered and unregistered cars, will have the chance to cruise within the CBD precinct (East Street and Bolsover Street) on a dedicated route.
For some of these old beautiful vehicles, this is one of their only opportunities to roll through the Rockhampton CBD. Take the time to stroll through the parked cars and bikes and chat to their owners, they may even offer to take you for a ride.
When you aren’t admiring the vehicles or cruising the streets, you can enjoy food, live music, cafes and entertainment in this lively part of Rockynats.
Where and when can I see the Cruising zone?
This area will be open Saturday and Sunday of the Easter long weekend, which makes it a perfect spot to grab a bite, have a rest, or spend a few hours in between other events and entertainment. The Cruising zone is conveniently located in the CBD on East Street and Bolsover Street, connected by Denham, William and Derby Street. With an assortment of local cafes and Rockynats food trucks in this area, you can take a moment to refuel your own tank while admiring the vehicles cruising by.
In this free-moving part of Rockynats, there is plenty to see and do.
Whether you like a vintage 1950s Chevrolet or a jacked-up modern Landcruiser, you’ll have more than enough to admire at Rockynats.
The Cruising zone will be open Saturday and Sunday, so get the family together and book your Rockynats tickets.