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LGC Cruise to the 2018 Blue Lake Nationals

For entrants going to the Blue Lake Nationals, the crew from Let’s Go Cruisin are hosting a cruise convoy those who’d like to travel from southern Victoria to Mt Gambier on Thursday March 22nd.

We’re still finalizing our final route and meeting locations but can say that we’ll be leaving the Melbourne area in the morning with a couple of stops along the way and plan to arrive in Mt Gambier midafternoon. There is no cost for anyone wanting to join the cruise.

If you’d like to be kept informed as we finalize plans, send us an email to cruisinletsgo@hotmail.com with your name & mobile phone and we’ll keep you updated.

Cruisin' Rules

No liability is accepted by the cruise leader or Let's Go Cruisin' for any mishap, accident or incident during the lead up to or your travel to the event you're attending. This after all, just a group of people taking the opportunity to travel at the same time whilst sharing a common route on public roads. This is not a rally or competitive event in my form. There are no prizes or awards, just the fun of meeting some fellow enthusiasts heading to the same event a little earlier plus the pleasure of sharing the road with our favourite cars.

  • The arrangements will be as simple made clear, as we know how.
  • On arrival at the meeting point, make yourself known to the cruise leader.
  • The cruise leader will leave at the arranged time. Sharp!
  • Stops on route for fuel or comfort will be at the discretion of the cruise leader after conferring with the participants. You are of course at liberty to drop off the cruise at any time.

If you breakdown during the cruise, the cruise leader will attempt to render you assistance but once arranged, will restart the cruise, even if you can no longer travel at the time. Obviously, the circumstances will drive this decision in line with what you'd hope for from any fellow enthusiast who stopped to help anyone stranded.


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