Run by a committee, WA Mack Muster and Truck Show is a grassroots organisation that started as a dream and was built into reality by a small group of dedicated individuals passionate about the Transport industry and raising money towards cancer research. 

The WA Mack Muster and Truck Show aim to provide a unique community event in Western Australia that brings Mack truck enthusiasts together in a “Muster” environment at the beautiful Quarry Farm in Byford, WA.

The founding idea for a Mack Muster in WA stemmed from WA Limestone Director Steve Della Bona and CTS Low Loaders Director Jason Clatworthy, who share a love for the Mack truck and are both Value-Liner owners. They had an idea about hosting a small get-together displaying Mack trucks in a paddock with some beers and a BBQ along with several other Mack enthusiasts. This idea took off! They established a committee, and the WA Mack Muster was born.

The 2020 WA Mack Muster and Truck Show was a huge success! 140 trucks from across Australia were on display and more than 3,500 spectators attended the show, raising a total of $100,000 for the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research and the Cancer 200 Ride for Research.