SUNDAY, 11 SEPT 2022
10am - 4pm
GOLD COIN ADMISSION (KIDS FREE)
Do you dream of owning an electric car?
Want to know how fast they really go?
Are any of them affordable?
Will I run out of charge?
You’ve heard that electric vehicles are coming. And that they’re expensive. And that charging is a problem. And people get ‘range anxiety’.
Is any of that so? What’s the real story?
Come along to the Bangalow Showgrounds and find out what’s fact, and what’s fiction.
Car displays and stalls
The latest Electric Vehicles will be on display, including:
- BYD (‘Build Your Dreams’) Atto 3
- Tesla Model Y
- Hyundai Kona
- Hyundai Ioniq 5
- Jaguar I-Pace
- Polestar 2
- Porsche Taycan
- Volvo XC40 Pure Recharge
Second hand EVs
The Good Car Company – known for its community bulk buys of cheaper, second-hand EVs - will have an EV on display. Ask how they can do it cheaper, and take a test drive!
Privately owned EVs
There will also be a number of privately owned EVs on display, owned by local people. Ask them anything you want to know about their experiences driving an EV in the NSW Northern Rivers, and longer trips.
- Three converted 1970s VW Kombis – from EV Classic & Southern Cross University.
Electric Bikes from
- Summerland Moto
- Beyond Byron
Personal Transport Vehicles (PTVs)
- Club Car – offering free rides on site all day
Stalls Moller pavilion
- Light Touch Solar & Electric
- Morgans Financial
- NSW Office of Energy & Climate
- Byron Shire Council
- Juno Energy
- Rainbow Power Company
What's On When
Gates open. Gold coin donation. Free parking on site
|10 - 4pm||
Electric cars, bikes and personal transportation vehicles displays on the ovals EV & environmental films in the Scout Hall
Welcome to Country
Official opening with Byron Shire Council Mayor Michael Lyon, Zero Emissions Byron Chair Christobel Munson and Electric Vehicle Council Head of Engagement Sarah Moran
Art prize presentations, Moller Pavilion
|11 – 3pm||
Free face-painting with Polly Esta, Moller Pavilion
Q&A session with The Driven’s Bridie Schmidt and industry experts, Moller Pavilion
Damon Gameau to introduce his film ‘Regenerating Australia’, Scout Hall