Rally offers more than machinery

The String Family will be providing entertainment for their 13th annual Southern Tablelands Vintage Farm Machinery Club rally to be held at Taralga showground on November 18 and 19.

EVERYTHING OLD: Displays at this year's Taralga Vintage Machinery day will be varied and with plenty for everyone.

EVERYTHING OLD: Displays at this year's Taralga Vintage Machinery day will be varied and with plenty for everyone.

The family of four, Sarah and Joel Moir together with their children Heath (14) and Ashleigh (3) are a family of classically trained string players on the road full-time bringing music to people around Australia.

Featuring two cellos, two violins, voice and percussion, they incorporate their unique story of life on the road as Australian musical gypsies with toe tapping celtic, folk, world and classical crossover music.

On their musical journey they have received numerous awards for performance and songwriting including the New Australian Celtic Talent of the Year 2017, Australian Celtic Song of the year 2017 and have been named as the Australian National Busking champions. Their CD’s will be for sale at the rally.

This being the 13th year of the rally, organisers have now finalised the attractions including a special car show on Saturday between 9.30am and 1.30 pm which includes a trophy for people’s choice award and a lucky attendance award.

See vintage trucks, tractors, beautifully restored heritage farm machinery, classic and vintage motor vehicles, small motors, steam engines, and trade stalls aplenty.

There will be food and drink available all weekend and exhibitors can camp for free. A small charge for powered sites.

  • More information can be obtained from Jacqui on 48402139 or Sam on 0439730991.