The variety is impressive, and cars are both sometimes grouped by club or theme, and mixed in around the trees.
It wasn't just cars, but there were 'bikes, a few tractors and commercial vehicles, and a display of static engines, including this mobile shearing kit.
And there were plenty of other big beasts around the traps.
The kangaroo herd that so successfully derailed the races at the rock recently were very much there, and very confused as to where to go. This is probably the busiest, noisiest and most crowded day at the rock, certainly from the wildlife's point of view!
This wedge took me straight back to my 1970s Matchbox Whizzwheels and the colour combinations rarely seen since.
And it wasn't the only Morris , there, this Bullnose was nice to see from one of our old hometowns.
Meanwhile, over at the cricket oval, was this neat little FIAT, worth buying for the number-plate alone. Pasta on your plate? Cool.
And a good day out was had by all, I'm sure.