Every year in March, since 1979, the Khaki Vehicle Enthusiasts (KVE) come to Corowa, some for up to two weeks, to show off their restored vehicles and have a swap meet. This is one of the
biggest events of its type in the world.
On the Saturday of their gathering the vehicles parade down Sanger Street before returning to the racecourse for a swap meet.
The Club provides the catering for this event starting early for breakfast and going through to lunch. This is the Clubs second biggest fund raiser of the year and involves as many
Rotarians as possible to deal with the large crowds that regularly attend.