Waiuku Steel n Wheels

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We can't wait to see everyone tomorrow, it's going to be a cracker of a day!! We will go ahead rain or shine. Weather is forecast to clear nicely for us in Waiuku so come down and enjoy all the special attractions and entertainment!


The Waiuku Business & Development Association are really excited, along with local enthusiast club Rusty Studs, to bring the 2024 Waiuku Steel 'n Wheels Festival, our very own event, home-made in Waiuku, which has such a great following after it first revved up our town centre 11 years ago.

This iconic event is a car enthusiast’s dream, but has something for everyone.  From Vintage cars to Hot-rods to Tractors, and everything in between. This year brings new attractions and some favourites including the infamous fire breathing Jet Car, a different kind of fire power from the Quad 50, a Pistol display, lots of booms and bangs, dreamy classics on wheels, live music, dancing, drummers and even some action in the sky with a variety of aircraft including chopper joy rides! Wander the outdoor markets full of crafts, gifts and delicious treats or relax with a coffee or a cold beer at one of our cafes or bars. For the kids; visit the carnival, take a train ride, have your face painted or do some art, chat to the Police or Fire fighters, and of course eat candy-floss! Glenbrook Vintage Rail will be running their normal Sunday trips between Glenbrook and Waiuku, arriving at Victoria Ave station by the Cosmopolitan Club. For more info and train fares visit www.gvr.org.nz

$5 Entry and Gold coin for Kids, with all proceeds supporting the continuation of this community event. Don't miss this awesome family day out in Waiuku!


No Dogs, Alcohol, Bikes or Scooters allowed into the event for safety reasons. 

Parking available at Waiuku Business Park off Kitchener Rd and in surrounding streets. Waiuku Cosmopolitan Club in Victoria Ave has parking for $5. 

Road closures from 7.00am to approx. 4pm; Queen St from King St up to Victoria Ave, Kitchener Rd from Queen St to King St, Bowen St one way section only. The event goes ahead rain or shine.

We would like to thank our 2024 event sponsors for their support; The Franklin Local Board, NZ Steel, Go Graphics and Cutting Edge Detail.