Daimler & Lanchester Clubs of Australia

Hahndorf April 2020

We thank the following sponsors for their support

Shannons, Beerenberg Farm, Lake Breeze Winery,  Bleasdale Vineyards,  Collectable Classics

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Hahndorf, South Australia...
Where our Heritage meets Nature's beauty

On behalf of the

Daimler & Lanchester Clubs of Australia, 

The Daimler & Lanchester

Interest Group of South Australia

look forward to welcoming you to the

2020 South Australian National

Daimler & Lanchester Rally

Hahndorf Resort

Thursday 2nd April to Tuesday 7th April 2020

To all our Daimler & Lanchester enthusiasts,


We look forward to welcoming you again, or for the first time, to the South Australian National Daimler & Lanchester Rally. We have selected the Hahndorf Resort as our Head Quarters as it allows us to take full advantage of what Adelaide has to offer. As we all know the main reason for any Rally is to share our passion with old and new friends and at the same time we want to enjoy ourselves and share new adventures.


We will enjoy together the magnificent Adelaide Hills, put on a display at the National Motor Vehicle Museum, explore the City of Adelaide, enjoy a historic train journey to the picturesque country town of Strathalbyn and NATURALLY enjoy our wine with a visit to the Langhorne Creek area. There will also be spare time available for you to check out Hahndorf itself, which is, one of South Australia’s favourite tourist destinations.

At this stage what we ask you to do is fill out the form below which includes an expression of interest payment of A$100.   We will be advising all applicants of the final plans and rally costs in July directly by email and ask them to pay the balance by 31st January 2020.

It is important that you contact the Hahndorf Resort to book your accommodation AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

All details are on their Website: 

Mention the 10% Discount off the regular prices.


If you have any questions please contact Peter Holland by completing this form: Contact Peter


Best wishes,

Howard Parslow (Rally Coordinator)

Let's introduce you to the location......

Extensive natural grounds with bar, cafe, restaurants. Stay in  bungalows or motel and excellent facilities for caravans or motor homes

The accommodation......

individual bungalows or motel style rooms and

caravan & camping in spectacular grounds

The town......

Explore the German heritage of Hahndorf

Enjoy exquisite dishes, superb beers and wines

And there's so much to do.......

South Australia has so many more fabulous places and sights to fill your holiday

  • Driving to SA

    There are so many great reasons to drive to your holiday destination - especially from Melbourne to Adelaide. Leave early in the morning and by evening, you could be checked into your Adelaide city hotel and be heading out to dinner.

    Or take the scenic route along the Great Ocean Road and through famous wine regions like the Coonawarra; along gorgeous seaside towns like Robe or take a detour and discover why Kangaroo Island is known as our zoo without fences. 

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  • The Bend Motorsport Park

    The Bend Motorsport Park is a 7.7 kilometre bitumen motor racing circuit at Tailem Bend, South Australia. The complex has a 7.77 km bitumen circuit, drag racing strip, and drift racing circuit.

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  • Adelaide

    Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from the city or soak up the sun at one of our picture-perfect metropolitan beaches. Join the party at our immersive festivals and events or spend the night exploring Adelaide attractions and a thriving restaurant and bar scene. Adelaide is a gateway to some of Australia’s best wine country and is dotted with historic buildings, lush parklands and sprawling botanic gardens.

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  • Fleurieu Peninsula

    The Fleurieu Peninsula offers some of South Australia's finest coastal, scenic and culinary experiences. Home to a spectacular 31km stretch of pristine beaches and two of the most dived spots in South Australia. Spend quality time in nature’s playground discovering charming towns including Victor Harbor, Willunga, Normanville, Goolwa, Yankalilla and Rapid Bay. 

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  • Kangaroo Island

    A Sanctuary For Wildlife And Natural, Rugged Beauty. 
    There’s an unmistakable sanctity about Kangaroo Island.  As you step off the ferry onto the island, it's impossible not to relax. Kangaroo Island is known as nature’s playground. Hit the road and you’ll find out why.

    Wildlife abounds as friendly pubs, accommodation and restaurants give-way to towering cliffs, wild plains and impeccably clear waters. Follow the road less travelled and discover unique wildlife, mouth-watering food and wine, breathtaking scenery and a laid-back lifestyle.

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  • Flinders Ranges

    Discover the ancient, rugged flinders ranges and outback

    Driving through the Flinders Ranges and Outback, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were navigating the unexplored face of Mars. You’ll find dusty red roads bordered by towering ancient cliffs and deep craters. Take an aerial tour of Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre or drive yourself along the Aboriginal Dreaming Trail. Marvel at Wilpena Pound, a shockingly large amphitheater, created through erosion over millions of years. It is surrounded by ancient mountain ranges, spectacular gorges and sheltered creeks.

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  • Murray River, Lakes and Coorong

    The Murray River, Lakes and Coorong region embodies natural beauty and boasts a wealth of native produce, breathtaking scenery and Australian wildlife. The Murray River flows more than 2500 kilometres from the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, through the Riverland, down to Murray Bridge and onto the Lakes and Coorong in South Australia. The River is around 130 million years old and is rich with Aboriginal history, culture and heritage. Relax on a leisurely houseboat holiday or explore Australia’s greatest waterway – The Murray River.

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  • The Limestone Coast

    The Limestone Coast is home to some of South Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders. Discover the aptly-named Blue Lake which turns a vivid turquoise colour during the summer months and the underground oasis, Umpherston Sinkhole. Snorkel the crystal clear waters of the Piccaninnie Ponds or visit Ewens Ponds Conservation Park, renowned for incredible underwater visibility of up to 80 metres. Top it off with wine from over 40 cellar stunning cellar doors. 

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