The Lake Goldsmith Steam Preservation Association was established in the late 1950s, with a handful of remnant engines operating in a paddock nostalgically re-creating a bygone era.
From that point, the movement has advanced to the position, where, not only is it acclaimed as “Australia’s premier steam rally”, but to that of international recognition.
A bird’s eye view of the Lake Goldsmith steam rally complex, showing the association’s main building, boiler house, canteen and meeting rooms.
Another attribute of the site is the 46 individually operated engine sheds, displaying their private collections of various historic engines and machinery: reflecting the pioneering of our mechanical heritage.
Tree lined exhibition enclosures attract portable exhibits of historic agricultural machinery and the engines that once powered them….