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The Wentworth & District Community Bank Branch Great Wentworth Tractor Rally 1956-2011

23rd - 24th July 2011

pdf Rally Program (500K)
pdf Advice for Residents (210K)

Wentworth And District Community Bank Branch Great Wentworth Tractor Rally Set To Cause a flood of business and community benefit in Wentworth!

Fergie Rally 2006: The Big Tractor!

This event has now grown beyond a local celebration to that of a national rally and has become a favourite event on the tractor rally club circuit.

With Rally entries now closed the most up to date participant numbers are

• 209 rally entrants - 144 from well outside the local postcodes
• 22 static entries
• 47 stallholders

who will be in Wentworth for the weekend, with some of them arriving as early as Wednesday 20 July 2011, to spend a few extra days (and dollars) in town.

And with an expected crowd of some 2000 people visiting Wentworth during the 2 day event (weather permitting) the organising Committee expect that the financial windfall to the Wentworth Shire will be in excess of some $150K based on the NSW Trade and Investment formula for the measurement of financial benefit of an event.

“The Wentworth And District Community Bank Branch Great Wentworth Tractor Rally has been promoted on both radio and television in the SA Riverland , Bendigo and Horsham areas and we expect this will generate good spectator visitation rates from these districts” says Cathryn Dawes, Event Organiser .

“Watch out for the Fergie Funny Money Promotion which is about to be announced, this will be a real boost to our local economy” adds Cathryn.

Special thanks to the generous sponsors and those companies and community based organisations which have come forward to make this event a success.

The Great Wentworth Tractor Rally 2011
At the Junction of the two largest rivers
PO Box 81
Tel: (03) 5027 5027
Fax: (03) 5027 5000


pdf 50th Festival of the Flood 1956 – 2006 (Incorporating the Massey Ferguson Great Wentworth Tractor Rally 2006)

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