As our coverage of the Bay to Birdwood’s 40th anniversary comes to a close, we would like to extend a big thank you to all those involved in the broadcast as well as all the viewers watching from home, interstate, or overseas.
It was an absolute pleasure to cover this beloved South Australian event in the largest livestream ever produced by Channel 44. Despite the limitations caused by social distancing, our presenters, commentators and special guests went above and beyond to make the Bay to Birdwood’s 40th anniversary a great success. A special thanks goes to Keith Conlon for hosting the event and interviewing many guest speakers.
If you missed the original broadcast, you can watch it on our Facebook Page. We’ll also be airing a re-edited version of the 2020 Bay to Birdwood. Make sure to tune in Channel 44 on Saturday the 3rd of October at 10am!
If you’re in Victoria, you can also watch the 2020 Bay to Birdwood broadcast on C31 Melbourne and Geelong on Saturday the 3rd of October at 10am.
— Sara Tomevska (@STomevska) September 26, 2020
— Kurtis Eichler 📰 (@ByEichler) September 26, 2020
— Erinn Fagan-Jeffries (@ErinnFJ) September 27, 2020
Thank you @44adelaide @HistorySA @theTiser for a total hoot of a morning, filming the #BaytoBirdwood and meeting SA motoring enthusiasts like Jack at the Gully Hotel. What a top piece of community broadcasting from Channel 44. Watch the show on the telly from 7pm. pic.twitter.com/FaXwzdsaoH
— Lainie Anderson (@anderson_lainie) September 27, 2020
This event is proudly sponsored by the National Motor Museum – Australia, Bay to Birdwood, The Advertiser, History Trust of South Australia, Shannons, The Gully Public House and Garden, C31 Melbourne and Geelong.
The Bay to Birdwood’s official charity partner for 2020 is Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. All donations over $2 are tax deductible.