The Ulladulla region will get Moke fever next year when a popular event zooms into town.
Mokin Jervis Bay in 2020 will drive its way down south and head to Ulladulla for all to see.
The first Mokin Jervis Bay was held in 2018 and event organiser Col Louden decided he would stage another one in 2020.
Residents from around the Ulladulla district will get to see the Mokes on Saturday March 28 mid-afternoon at the Civic Centre.
Mokin Jervis Bay is going to return in 2020 for one reason - public demand.
"When is the next Mokin Jervis Bay going to be Col," is something he was regularly asked.
Now he can answer that question.
"Mokin Jervis Bay will be run again in 2020 because of the requests from so many people," he said.
He said locals and people from outside the area had been asking him to run the event.
"They had such a good time and they all want to come back, including Andrew Russell our friend from America," he said.
"You definitely can say it's back by popular demand."
It will run from March 21 to March 30 2020.
He is happy the event will have an Ulladulla connection.
The first Mokin Jervis Bay was a great success and many people still talk about it.
He doesn't care how many Mokes take part.
"It's a case of whoever turns up and we have no set criteria on the number of cars," he said.
"We could have 10, 50 or 100."
He said most of the cars would come from Sydney, Melbourne and South Australia.
Col hopes more local Moke enthusiasts will take part in Mokin Jervis Bay 2020.
"We have two local cars currently under restoration and their target is Mokin Jervis Bay next year," Col said.
"So there will be two additional local cars from the local area at Mokin Jervis Bay next year.
"I am pretty sure they will be ready, knowing the people behind the restorations."
Col said Mokes and Moke owners seem to pop up everywhere.
In more good news, people will be able to see and get up close to the glorious Mokes on Sunday, March 29 at Voyager Park, Huskisson from 9am to 12pm.
"This is so the public will get the chance to see and access the cars and get a picture with the vehicles," he said.
"It also gives the owners of the cars the chance to talk and tell stories about why they have these cars and what they mean to them.
"Every Moke is different - you will not see two identical Mokes."
He is looking forward to the event and added so are many businesses who get a financial boost from Mokin Jervis Bay.