what makes all euro day special?
All Euro Day donates all profits to charity. Previous recipients include Novita Children’s Services, JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes), Surf Life Saving SA, Animal Welfare League, CFS Foundation, Kick Start for Kids and Scleroderma Australia.
Value for Money
Entrants are charged a nominal fee to park in a prime location at Glenelg (Wigley Reserve) – much better value than a pay-per-hour car park. Our events are free-of-charge for spectators.
No prizes, no roped-off areas, no loud music, no promo girls, just great cars parked on grass and owners willing to talk cars all day. Bring your family and friends, pack a chair, sit back and enjoy the ambience.
Back in 2008, a core group of motoring enthusiasts realised that community-based events that enabled like-minded car lovers to catch up and chat about their cars were beginning to disappear as larger, more professional events grew in popularity. The solution? Create an event that was as simple and cheap as possible, and give car owners the opportunity to show off their rides, regardless of how weird or wonderful they were. The resulting event was called 'All Japan Day', which now attracts over 500 cars each year from all over Australia, raising money for charity. By 2015, the organising committee had become increasingly aware that many of the All Japan Day entrants had since moved on to other performance or enthusiast vehicles over time, with European marques proving especially popular. As such, the demand for a similar show for European cars effectively created itself. The All Euro Day event completely mirrors All Japan Day in terms of venue and format, but instead showcases a wide variety of incredible European vehicles.