Q. What is the latest date I can register to participate in the 2020 Monaro Nationals?
A. Registration for the 2020 Monaro Nationals closes on Monday 31st August 2020 at 5:00pm. We need this lead time to make sure we can get entrant shirts and other merchandise produced, order the correct number of trophies given the number of cars entered in the various classes and finally, to be able to provide numbers to our caterers.
Q. How were the entry costs determined?
A. Entry fees have been set to ensure that costs for the hire of venues, catering, security, trophies, merchandise, etc are fully covered. We have tried to keep entry costs similar to previous Monaro Nationals.
Q. Where can I find my car's ID numbers required for event registration?
Q. Can I enter my Monaro in a Category I believe is best suited for my car?
A. Yes, however the 2020 Nationals subcommittee may recommend a category that better matches your vehicle to the specified judging categories. If you decide to enter into a different category Judges will heavily deduct points for items that are not relevant in the judging process for that category.
Q. Where can I get more information on the judging category I should enter?
A. You can download the judging manuals;
For any further questions on judging, send an email to email@example.com
Q. Is there a paper entry form I can use?
A. As we expect upwards of 300 cars to enter the event with potentially 500 entrants, buddies and children attending, manually collecting and managing entrant, car details required for judging and taking payments would be overwhelming. Therefore, we have taken the decision to process all entries and payments via an on-line system. If entrants have trouble using the on-line system, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone details and we will call you back and walk you through the registration process if needed.
Q. I am having trouble finding accommodation in the area, what other options are there?
A. We have previously provided and extensive list of accommodation in the area. Here is the link to that list. In addition, we are offering camping and potentially, glamping sites in the grounds of Lardner Park - you can camp next to your Monaro.
Q. Is Camping secure / safe for entrants?
A. Camping / Glamping at Lardner Park is exclusively for Entrants, Buddies and their children. It is not open to the general public.
A lanyard is required for entry at all times. Lardner Park will be open to the public only on the day of the Show & Shine where additional security will be in place.
Q. How far is Lardner Park from the nearest town?
A. The Warragul city centre is a 5 minute drive from Lardner Park
Will be catered for at Meet & Greet, Presentation Dinner and farewell lunch.