From the Facebook event:
On Sunday April 10 the Toyota Car Club of Australia invite you to join us at Sakura Picnic for Melbourne's innaugural All Japanese Car & Bike Show.
- All Japanese Cars and Bikes on display.
- $10 donation for display vehicles. (Pay on the day. Cash only)
- Spectators entry is free - parking available.
- Food Trucks & Coffee Vans
- Vendor Alley
- Car Club Displays
- Charity BBQ
- Merchandise for Sale $25 tshirts & $5 stickers
100% of profits from Sakura Picnic will go to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Please Note: all display vehicles must be in by 11am and can not leave until after 2 pm. (no exceptions - this is a term of our insurance & permit for the event)
About the Show:
More than just an all years Japanese Car & Bike Show, Sakura Picnic is about bringing Melbourne's Japanese automotive clubs together. We encourage your club to come along and put on a display, fly your flags, sell merchandise and talk to individuals about how they can become involved. Your club sponsors are also welcome to join our vendor alley at no cost!
There will be no awards, no egos, just a relaxed day under the gums of Bundoora Park with great cars and great people. Bring your best picnic rug along with your family and friends and enjoy the Food Trucks, coffee, ice cream and our charity BBQ.
All vehicles from a Japanese make (or their Australian branded equivalent) are eligible. From a car or bike that's just been dragged from a barn to a fully restored classic, bone stock to highly modified, all are welcome.
If you would like to be a part of our Vendor Alley and promote your business directly to enthusiasts please email Ash at email@example.com for more information.
We can't wait to see you all there and show Australia and the world why Melbourne's JDM scene is second to none!
Sakura Picnic is a family friendly, alcohol free event.
Classic Skylines Australia is cruising to the event, meeting at 9:15 at the Burvale in Nunawading for a 9:30am departure if anyone wants to cruise in before hand from the SE suburbs. Who else is interested?