Oaklands TruckShow


About Oaklands TruckShow

The Oaklands Truck Show started in 2009 as a simple idea to bring the local community together for a fun family outing. Over the last few years the truck show has grown into a two day event, bringing people to the vibrant township of Oaklands. It's the community that puts on one of the best outback Australian truck shows. See You There!

  Oaklands is 110km from Albury-Wodonga, 55km from Corowa and 40km from Berrigan. In 2009, a $16.5 million project converted the 77-kilometre Oaklands to Benalla line from broad to standard gauge to carry the huge amount of grain produced in and around the area. http://www.bordermail.com.au/story/13750/50-towns-in-50-days-oaklands/ https://www.fullyloaded.com.au/events-news/1003/small-town-success-for-oaklands-truck-show

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