1909 - PROSPECT HILL GRASS HILL CLIMB
Prospect is about 32km west of Sydney city. At the time of the hill climbs it was very rural. The main site was about 150 metres past the Prospect Hotel on the Great Western Highway on Mr Hicks property.
1920's - The Prospect Hotel. Photographer: unknown.
The first hill climb recordered was in 1909 on the 21st of August, when the Western Suburbs Motor Club hosted a hill climb on the Highway itself with a large field of cars.
1925 - PROSPECT HILL GRASS HILL CLIMB
The next event recorded was held on the grass hill and was hosted by the Sydney Bicycle and Motor Club on the 10th of October 1925. They held regular meetings there until 1930.
1935 - PROSPECT HILL GRASS HILL CLIMB
In 1935 the Auto Cycle Union tried to run a hill climb there but negotiations broke down with the land owner.
1929 - PROSPECT HILL GRASS HILL CLIMB
A highlight was in September of 1929 when Mrs J.A.S Jones in her supercharged Alfa Romeo blew the field away. Mrs Jones competed in many other motoring events winning them regularly.