Owners and enthusiasts gathered at Porsche Centres across Australia over the weekend for a celebration of car culture and the sportscar marque’s magic and allure.  

"Sportscar Together Day shows that passion is most powerful when it’s shared." Daniel Schmollinger, CEO of Porsche Cars Australia

Porsche Centre Adelaide kick-started its festivities with a cocktail party at a secret CBD venue on Friday night, followed by an Open House event for enthusiasts at its dealership in nearby Fullarton.

In Melbourne, Porsche Centre Brighton thrilled guests with its Porsche racing simulators and slot car track; Porsche Centre Doncaster’s spectacular classic car display spanned every decade from the 1970s up to the present day; and the Porsche Centre Melbourne Anniversary Tour saw more than 40 owners and their cars wind their way from the city to rural Nagambie.

Green means go! The team at Porsche Centre Melbourne ensured everyone had a great time

In Canberra, Porsche technicians impressed guests with their discussions on new technologies before a fun drive along the national capital’s surrounding regional roads.

Porsche Centre Canberra exhibited some stunning classic Porsche models

Porsche Centre Brisbane and the new Porsche Studio Brisbane fascinated guests with a Taycan drive-the-range event and open workshop tech talks.

Further south, Porsche Centre Gold Coast showcased a spectacular car display at the architecturally stunning HOTA (Home of the Arts) for the public to enjoy, which includes the Porsche In Motion activation. In north Queensland, locals were captivated by the classic and modern Porsche exhibition assembled by Porsche Centre Townsville. 

The racing was competitive at Porsche Centre Gold Coast

In Tasmania, Porsche Centre Hobart teamed up with the Porsche Club of Tasmania to showcase the technology of the all-electric Taycan for guests.

Everyone - including this little friend - had a great time at Porsche Centre Perth

Meanwhile, Porsche Centre Newcastle’s Taycan Challenge Experience Zone had guests using their best driving skills to win prizes, including a weekend away in the Hunter Valley driving a Taycan. In Parramatta, Porsche Centre visitors enjoyed a Cars and Coffee event that celebrated the past, present and future of Porsche.   

Famed Sydney artist Alesandro Ljubicic captivated guests by painting an original 911 on display at Porsche Centre Sydney South, while across town in Willoughby visitors had the chance to be sketched in a caricature with their favourite Porsche model.

Porsche models of every kind wowed guests at Porsche Centre Willoughby

Porsche’s annual Sportscar Together Day began in 2018 to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the first vehicle registered under the name of Porsche, which was on 8 June 1948.

Click here to discover more about Sportscar Together Day.

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