2019 Breakfast Torque 16th Annual

Cost: Free

Bookings: No booking required

Location: Heathcote Oval, Wilson Parade Heathcote

Sunday 27 October 2019!

The next Breakfast Torque will again be held at Heathcote Oval on Wilson Parade, Heathcote.

Located east of the Princes Highway, the event is accessed from the intersection at Heathcote Rd and Princes Highway (next to McDonalds).  Head east over the bridge, then follow the road south for one kilometre.  There is extensive off-road parking for motorcycles.  The large AFL field has plenty of room for the many stalls, displays and activities. 


Displays, stalls and prize draws

  • Free breakfast for riders - ALL MORNING!!!!
  • Live entertainment on stage
  • Simulated crash scene demo
  • Stunt Shows
  • MiniBike Gymkhana
  • Riding skills demos
  • Local retailers stalls and displays
  • Expert safety advice and tips
  • New products - browse and buy
  • Great prizes – drawn throughout the morning
  • Coffee vans, food to purchase
  • BIKES and bike accessories


Program (2019 Program TBC)


Stallholder Bookings 

Stallholder can make bookings online here from June 2019.


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Mission Statement for Breakfast Torque

Breakfast Torque exists primarily to provide effective information and education, sharing of resources, and build a sense of motorcycle safety into the motorcycling community.

This is achieved through the involvement of volunteer, charitable, private and government organisations related to motorcycling, with the main purpose being to foster a culture of safety for motorcyclists, by motorcyclists.

Presented by

  • Sutherland Shire Council
  • Bayside Council
  • Georges River Council
  • Motorcycle Council of NSW

With special thanks to the Ambulance Service of NSW, NSW Highway Patrol, Sydney Performance Motorcycles and the Steven Walter Children’s Cancer Foundation.

More information


Enquiries can be directed to Mark Stuart on 9710 0341 or mstuart@ssc.nsw.gov.au

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