Well, Cooma in the Monaro region of NSW once again hosted a birthday bash for Land Rover. This time, it was its 70th. Being one of the hubs where Land Rover was used in the construction of the Snowy Hydro Electric Scheme between 1949 and 1974, Cooma has always had a soft spot for the marque. It was probably, also a proving ground for the vehicle which started production only a year or so before the project began.
This year, over the Easter break, between 900 and 1000 Land Rovers of all ages and configurations converged onto the small town, gateway to the Monaro Region and close to Kosciusko National Park. It was an incredible experience driving through town, with “Welcome Land Rover” signs everywhere. Above pubs, the Land Rover flag flew in all its glory...Read More