Hosted by the FE-FC Holden Car Club of NSW
The FE-FC Holden Car Club of NSW inc is proud to host the next FE-FC Holden Nationals in Broken Hill.
Unfortunately, we have been forced to postpone the Nationals until 2023. Read the full announcement here.
The location of the Nationals was announced in early July, 2020. See below for the official announcement video.
The Nationals have been held all over Australia, from large coastal cities to country towns to the nation's capital. But there's never been a Nats held in the true outback, where these cars proved their ruggedness and durability.
We are so looking forward to catching up with FE-FC Enthusiasts from around Australia, and offering you a Nats that's different to anything that's come before.
Entry Forms for the event will be published in 2022.
Entry will be open to financial members of the FE-FC Holden Car Clubs of Australia, or any of our officially invited clubs.
In the meantime, you need to book your accommodation, especially with the recent announcement regarding the filming of Mad Max Furiosa in the town. Check out the Accommodation page for all the info.
Information Packs have been sent to all Clubs, to distribute amongst their members. Where possible, we will provide digital equivalents and make them available here. We'd also recommend you check out destinationbrokenhill.com.au which has lots of information about the local area, what to see and do, where to stay, and more. You can also download the official Tourist Information Guide.
The town of Broken Hill is a town on most people's bucket-list, being such an Australian Icon. In fact it is the first place in the country where the entire town has a National Heritage Listing.
Broken Hill is famous for its 130 year mining history. The town is the home of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, and the backdrop to Mad Max, Wake In Fright, and of course Priscilla Queen of the Desert. There are incredible landscapes, museums, Outback Astronomy… there are no shortage of attractions to suit all ages.
With COVID-19 lockdowns causing the 18th Nationals to be cancelled, we
weren't able to do the usual presentation at the Sunday Dinner to showcase
where the next Nats would be held. So instead, we put together this video.