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Quambatook is situated 300 km north west of
Melbourne, in Victoria's prime wheat growing region. For the last thirty years it has become known Australia wide as the place to come and
witness the mighty sport of
The History of Tractor Pulling in Australia is only as old as Quambatooks participation , Quambatook was only beaten by a few months by Elmore. the big difference is that Quambatook still pulling strong . The thirty years of pulling was celebrated on Easter Saturday 2006.
Don't miss The Australian Tractor Pull Championships, which are held on "EVERY EASTER SATURDAY" original text by Kerry Jobling
Kelvin Jobling 0429 015220 . AH 03 54571398
This is a Dirt, Dust and Diesel feast in the ultimate test of machine.
Come and witness...
The unmistakable smell of blown alcohol and high octane fuels.
The frightened screams of Chevy Big Blocks bouncing off their limiters and the agony of multiple superchargers ripping every last pony from their blocks.
The unforgettable sights of the massive diesel cloud shooting towards the heavens, the red glow of a V12 engine header on full noise and a rooster tail of dirt spewing from the rear tyres.
For the 37th time, these Powerful Beasts will force themselves onto the quiet Mallee township of Quambatook, all in one massive high octane explosion, as Tractors and Trucks battle it out in the Australian Tractor Pulling Championships.
The action starts at 1.30pm and the ground won't stop shaking until around 10pm. This is over 8 hours of adrenaline pumping action.
Take a stroll through the country market area with a great range of stalls. The catering area as usual will be offering all manner of food and refreshment stalls, a side show entertainment area offering fun for kids of all ages, or enjoy a joy flight discovering the town and the surrounding district. And don't forget to grab your unique souvenirs from the merchandise stalls.
During the break the pits will be open to the public which allows spectators to get up and personal with the mighty machines and to be able to talk to owners, drivers & crews. This gives anyone interested in taking up this exciting sport a chance to get some inside information to get out there on the track. The kids will be in action during the break, going head to head in the ‘Modified Ride On Lawn Mower’ class. These youngsters are the future of Tractor Pulling and champions of tomorrow.
The battle is waged in the specially designed arena, with spectators sitting on the raised embankments on either side of Quambatook's famous track. The spectators are up close to the action, but behind secure fencing for safety. So bring a picnic rug or chair and sit in the family friendly alcohol free 'dry' zone or enjoy an ale or two in the designated 'wet' area.
The Vintage Tractors and Farm Machines will get the action underway. Then all the Modified Championship Classes will be on show as the competitors chase the title in their respective classes. In the Open class, expect to see the mighty 'Murray Muncha' taking on the awesome power of the ‘Riverina Screamer’. The mini classes will be well represented with the likes of the immaculate 'Blown Income' with its Supercharged Hemi taking on the experienced Chev V8 teams of 'Reloaded' and 'Bonky’s Banga'. In the worked 2WD Trucks ‘Resurrection’ & ‘Dirty Deeds’ will take on the mite of ‘Bad Attitude’.
Entry is $60 a family or $25 an Adult and $10 for children under 16. Preschool age admitted free.
So come along and be part of this unique experience, and see if they can make the 100 metres and get the “Full Pull”.
For everyones safety and enjoyment, please No Glass Containers and No Pets.
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Australian Championships information will be kept up to date on this site.check the below ling to find out about the
QUAMBATOOK Australian Championships Easter Saturday 2007
Photos # 13 & 14 Easter 2007
Australia is so vast, there is a need for sleds to be built in different areas. This is necessary for the development of the sport. The above link gives some idea of the measurements for a sled. These are a guideline. At the moment there is only one sled on the Eastern side of Australia which can handle Modified tractors.
The cost of moving this sled to distant pull centres is a limiting factor to the growth of the sport.
If there is any organization or business who would like to gain more information about sleds please contact me and I will pass along more information.
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These tractors will be at Quambatook Easter Saturday