on the day

on the day

THERE'S SO MUCH to see and do, so here’s a little run-down of what’s happening on the day and what you need to know. 

Check our downloadable
site map
for important info to make sure you
don’t miss a thing!


Plan ahead with our handy downloadable parking map, which highlights the location of our mobility parking area, two public parking areas, classic cars area and regular public parking spots at Lloyd Elsmore Park.

What's New

Each year we aim to have something new, whether it be a collection of unique vehicles, a special milestone for a classic marque or a car or two with a story to tell. Keep an eye out for updates on this website and on our Facebook page as we bring together the 2021 show.


Special milestones

Keep an eye out for special displays from classic marques that are either celebrating the anniversaries or the introduction of a new model  like Jaguar, which celebrate the 60th anniversary of the fabulous E-type – one of the most iconic designs of the 1960s. Morgan are also celebrating the recent release of a new model, continuing the brand that started in 1908.


Interesting displays

As a tribute to  the famous Goodwood Revival there will be our own “Brit & Euro Revival” display, showcasing cars of distinction, with racing/rallying history or tributes to cars with their own famous history.


The NZ Army will be bringing a retired Scorpion Tank to the show. Why is this at a Brit & Euro Classic Car Show you might ask? Find it and ask, and you may be able to climb upon it for a photo opportunity. 


And while not quite a display you can closely admire, the NZ Warbirds will being doing a special flypast around lunch time. Lets hope the weather plays its part so we can all see some of the aircraft of yesteryear grace the skies, while vehicles of yesteryear grace the park.

Getting there

by bike

If you’re local to the area, forget the hassle of parking and consider cycling to the Auckland Brit & Euro Classic Car Show – it’s the perfect option for families and individuals who love to bike. East Auckland has the bike-friendly Cascades Shared Path, linking many parts of Howick and Pakuranga to Lloyd Elsmore Park, the venue for the show. CLICK HERE FOR MAP DETAILS.


Lloyd Elsmore Park is the perfect place for a 

BYO picnic or find a bite

to eat at one of these vendors:

Gourmet Shuttle

Mama’s Dumplings

Little Yellow Food Truck



Heypresto Catering

Phlipit Catering


Elephant Ears

Donut Dudes

Super Kool

Mr Gelato

Ice Cream Social

Shaved Ice Ltd

PLUS, support the 

Howick Menz Shed, Rotary, and Lion's 

fundraising efforts – these groups will be running either a sausage sizzle or selling hot chips.

show us your best pics, use the hashtag #briteuroclassiccarshow




The Howick Historical Village will be running a series of live demonstrations such as butter making, forge, crafts and some old-fashioned school lessons. Special entry is, ‘Buy One Ticket, Get One Free' – this is by voucher so look out for the Village walkers around the show and at the Village Tent. 


If you don't have time to visit, donations are still gratefully received to help in the ongoing upkeep and preservation of the forty historical, onsite buildings . Call at the Village Tent or any of the Show Entrance Tents to donate. 

For more info visit www.fencible.org.nz