Shell Rimula Wall of Fame

The three-day event (25-27 August) sponsored by Shell Rimula for the past 17 years, returns to Alice Springs in August and will be headlined by the coveted inductee ceremony taking place on Saturday morning, which will see 75 road transport heroes inducted in Shell Rimula Wall of Fame.

Commenting ahead of the Wall of Fame celebrations, Paul Fisher, Lubricants Team Leader for Shell’s Licensee, said, “We’re excited to be part of the 2017 event and to welcome the 75 inductees into the prestigious Shell Rimula Wall of Fame.”

“We’re proud of Australia’s road transport heritage, and Shell’s place within that history, and are committed to recognising the individuals of the road transport community for their life-long dedication,” Fisher continued.

The weekend kicks off with a breakfast on Friday to celebrate Australian women who have helped shape the industry. The main event, the Shell Rimula Wall of Fame Ceremony, takes place the following morning before the 2017 Shell Rimula Wall of Fame Dinner Dance that evening.

road transport community in Australia

“As the heart of Australia what better place than Alice Springs to bring our road transport community together to celebrate the industry’s enduring commitment to keep the country moving and to recognise the individuals inducted into the Shell Rimula Wall of Fame,” said Liz Martin OAM, National Road Transport Hall of Fame CEO.

For over 100 years, Shell has shown ongoing support to the longevity of the road transport community in Australia, delivering trusted and reliable lubricants to enhance fuel efficiency and offer increased protection to extend equipment life.

Shell’s global commitment to research, technology and product development is unmatched, with 150 patents held for base oils, lubricants and greases, providing the transport, agriculture, and mining industries with innovative solutions to help keep them moving.

For more information on the National Road Transport Hall of Fame Reunion, visit or phone (08) 8953 8940.

To learn more about Shell lubricants, or to find your local dealer, visit or call 1300 134 205.

Event Schedule
Date Event Schedule
Friday 25 August  

09:00 - Transport Women Australia Breakfast, Stuarts Bush Kitchen

15:00 - Truckies Race Day and Cummins Cup, Alice Springs Turf Club

Saturday 26 August 09:00- Shell Rimula Wall Of Fame Induction Ceremony, Baldock Pavilion
12:00 - Meet the Milemaker Lunch, Stuarts Bush Kitchen
17:30 - Pre-dinner drinks, Kenworth Hall of Fame
19:00 - Shell Rimula Wall of Fame Gala Dinner, Baldock Pavilion
Sunday 27 August  09:00- Museum Open Day – Open to public


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