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Vaucluse Car Club lunch

A fabulous groups of cars and friends joined us for a long Italian lunch here at Nicita Estate.

All met at the Classic Throttle Shop in North Sydney before driving via the Old Pacific Highway and Wollombi to the Hunter Valley.

Some very tasty cars of all ages.

Maserati 300S

EVCC Run to Sublime Point

Fantastic turn out of an eclectic mix of early and modern classics. And that was just the owners!

Over 20 glorious cars and great weather ensured a terrific drive through the Royal National Park followed by breakfast at the Sublime Point Cafe.


Ferrari 308 GT4


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Sydney Supercar Drive Day & Long Lunch

These great guys get together for regular mid-week runs and lunches. They usually start around Windsor and head up to the Hunter via the Putty Rd. I’ve driven with them a few times and our usual destinations in the Hunter have been Audrey Wilkinson winery or Hunter Valley Gardens. For this run they came up to Nicita Estate for an indulgent lunch of freshly hand rolled pasta made by Our Italian Table. All drivers vowed to come back next time with their wives – especially after they sent photos and videos!

A beautiful selection of Italian exotics including Ferrari, Maserati and of course the diminutive Abarth. Along with a McLaren and a few Germans.


EVCC Drive and Antipasto Lunch

The Eastern Valley Car Club (EVCC) is a lovely group of people with an eclectic mix of beautiful cars. I have been on many a drive with them around Sydney as well as weekends away a little further afield.

Cars that can often be seen on their drives include many Aston Martins (including DB4, DB5 and DB6!), Austin Healeys, Jaguars, Morgans, Porsche, Ferrari, Maserati, Lotus and Jensen to name a few.

This week the club enjoyed a lovely drive up from Sydney via Wollombi and Laguna.

Their beautiful cars were parked up against the vines with the dramatic backdrop of the Brokenback Mountains.

Our guests enjoyed a tour of the Classic Garages workshop and a relaxed lunch was setup on the lower lawn with antipasto lunch boxes from Our Italian Table.


Club Maserati Concours and Picnic

A beautiful day was had for the 2020 Club Maserati Concourse at Nicita Estate. This event was originally scheduled last month but the storms that wreaked havoc in the area forced us to postpone the event and we were very luck wth the weather.

While some of the classics were unable to make it on the day or were unable to re-book for the new date we still had an excellent turn out of around 40 cars and 70 or so guests.

The cars were parked in line along the top lawn backing onto the vines. A merchandise tent and coffee cart were setup and lunch was picnic style with antipasto lunch boxes from Our Italian Table – our cooking school located on the vineyard.

The 2021 Concourse has already been booked in for September ’21.



Melbourne f1 Grand Prix

2016 Melbourne f1 Grand Prix

Being a recent addition to the Ferrari Club of NSW I jumped at the opportunity to join them in their International Suite at this year’s F1 Grand Prix in Melbourne.

I’ve been going to the Grand Prix for many years now. Usually I get a decent seat in the Brabham or Senna stands and each time a go a swear next year I’ll be in a suite – preferably a free invite! Well it wasn’t free, far from it, but it was a suite and probably the best on the track. Just at the pit lane exit we enjoyed a perfect view of the main straight, start/finish line, all the pit activity plus the exciting first corner – all from the comfort and luxury of our beautiful suite with balcony, fine finger food and endless drinks. This was luxury and decandence to the extreme.

A huge thank you to the […]

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