Trundle Vintage Rally & Tractor Pull

Trundle Vintage Rally & Tractor Pull

20marAll DayTrundle Vintage Rally & Tractor PullBack in time vintage rally & tractor pull (All Day: saturday)(GMT+11:00)

Event Info


Be entertained at the Trundle Back in Time Vintage Rally & Tractor Pull 


Trundle Vintage Rally & Tractor Pull

To mark the 75th anniversary of the release of the E27N Fordson Tractor, we have issued a new challenge to find Australia’s most powerful tractor of this type in our tractor pull.

Enjoy vintage engines, car & bike clubs & local market stalls.




20th & 21st March 2021



Trundle Showground



Admission – $5 adults



Camping is available next to the event, for all camping enquiries contact the Trundle Showground Trust at

Additional accommodation is available at The Trundle Hotel, The Trundle Services and Citizens Club, Trundle On Inn – Call Jenny on 02 6892 1288  or 0437 126 474. 

Other accommodation is available in Parkes. 




Market stalls & general enquires

Engines, tractors, clubs & entries contact Digger Anderson: 0417 616 907

Powered & unpowered camping sites available at the rally ground – camping fees apply. Contact Trundle Showground Trust at



Saturday 20 March 

8am Gates Open & BBQ Breakfast

9am Registrations open

9.30 Tractor Pull commences

10am Bar opens, BBQ, market stalls, engine demonstrations

1pm Lunch break

5pm Ute pull


Sunday 21 March 

8am BBQ breakfast

9am Tractor pull & stalls

1pm Presentations

2pm event finishes



Things to see and do in Trundle:
If you’re looking to capture a classic photo of an Aussie country town, look no further than Trundle.  Picture yourself here standing on New South Wales’ widest main street, next to the Trundle Hotel with the second longest wooden verandah in Australia!

There are no problems with angle parking in Trundle – Forbes Street is Australia’s widest main street, measuring 60 metres across.

Situated 55km north-west of Parkes, Trundle is a rural community, with production consisting mostly of wheat, sheep and cattle farming.


Trundle Hotel – A historic landmark in Trundle, the two storey hotel was built in 1909 out of pise mud, rendered with cement and adorned with an 87 metre long wooden verandah which claims to be the second longest in Australia.  Today the hotel offers a great spot for a drink, counter meal or accommodation.


Black Range –  This is an ideal spot to go bush walking or bird watching. It offers a peaceful and quiet place to enjoy the picnic ground facilities.


Recreational Facilities – Bring your clubs for a round at the Trundle Golf Club featuring an 18 hole golf course with sand greens. The public swimming pool is open in the summer months, offering a 25 metre lap pool and baby pool. Berryman Oval is home to Trundle’s sport playing fields and features a BBQ area with play equipment.


All Day (Saturday)(GMT+11:00)


Trundle Showground

Cnr Long & Austral Sts