Motorcycles will feature in a Corowa military event next month described as the largest of its type in the southern hemisphere.
The 41st Annual Swim-In and Military Vehicle Gathering, March 9 to 15, will also visit Chiltern, Howlong, Brocklesby and Wooragee.
Organised by Khaki Vehicle Enthusiasts, the week allows collectors to parade and display their ex-military vehicles, participate in a swap meet and take in the region's sights.
Secretary and public relations Jan Thompson expected about 250 vehicles and up to 1000 people from across Australia and overseas to join the gathering.
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"We do pre-registration and we always end up getting a lot more," she said.
"There's a fellow who will usually drive his vehicle all the way from Western Australia.
"There's probably roughly 50, 60 per cent, say, World War II (vehicles) and about 40 per cent between then and now."
Exhibit types include jeeps, Blitzs, Dodge Weapons Carriers, Studebakers, GMC trucks, white scout cars, Chev trucks, Ford trucks, Bren Gun Carriers, Harley Davidson motorcycles and amphibious jeeps.
Ms Thompson said the event originally began to showcase amphibious vehicles, but quickly expanded, with Corowa chosen for its central, scenic location and safer water entry point.
The 2020 theme is Year of the Military Motorcycle and highlights include a public Friday night talk about the event's history at Corowa-Rutherglen Football Netball Club.