The 2 Litre Sports Sedan Club was formed to promote under 2 litre sports sedan racing in Victoria. The club promotes responsible motorsport and is a CAMS (Confederation of Australian Motor Sports) affiliated club.
The Australian X-Trail Forum was established by like-minded Nissan X-Trail enthusiasts to share knowledge and ideas about the vehicle. It is now recognised as the go to website for people needing information or to share the joy of the Nissan X-Trail.
The Buick Car Club of Australia, Victoria was formed to encourage interest in Buick automobiles of any year and to assist members with the restoration and maintenance of their Buick vehicles. The club aims to create a social environment for their members where they can share their love for the Buick car.
The Classic Motor Cycle Club of Victoria has progressively developed to become one of the leading motorcycle enthusiast organisations in Australia. It provides a wide range of activities and support facilities for its members.
The club is dedicated to owners and enthusiast of vehicles of any make or model, over 25 years old and build after 1931. Members can enjoy monthly club drives and regular social events with people who share their passion.
Based in East Gippsland, the Classic & Historic Automobile Club of Riviera Lakes is a group of enthusiasts whose objective is to foster the ownership, restoration and use of Classic and Historic Vehicles within a social and friendly atmosphere.
Club meetings are held at the Johnsonville Public Hall on the 1st Tuesday of every month except January.
This Victorian club accepts membership applications from all states, although there is a nominal split-up of states between the existing clubs, which sees Victoria also covering Tasmania. The club welcomes all supporters of the marque, not just owners and drivers.
Membership is open to people owning a vehicle manufactured prior to 31st December 1942 or having an interest in such vehicles. The club is dedicated to the restoration, preservation and use of these cars.
The club caters mainly for enthusiasts living in the Northern and Western suburbs of Melbourne but anyone with an interest is welcome. Members attend and organise car shows, drive in nights, camping weekends and a host of other social activities.
The aim of this club is to bring together people interested in the original restoration and preservation of all Ford four cylinder, six cylinder, V8 and V12 side valve vehicles built between the years 1932 and 1954. The club fosters a friendly environment where members can enjoy their common interest.
Based in Ballarat, the Goldfields Car Club promotes the restoration, preservation and maintenance of veteran, vintage and classic motor vehicles and motorcycles, and the use of those vehicles through monthly club meetings, runs and other social activities.
Club meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (except January) at 8pm at the Lions Den, rear of the Pinarc building at 222 Otway St, Ballarat.
The Historical Police Vehicles Registry aims to uphold the right to search and restore all old police vehicles and equipment within Australia and overseas. Membership is free and at present the registry has over 50,000 members worldwide and invites all serving, retired or other people that have an interest in restoring old police vehicles.
The HCCV encourages the use and preservation of all Humber bicycles, motor cycles and cars manufactured up to 1976. Members can enjoy regular meetings, rallies and other social events throughout the year.
The club was first established in early 1997, just three years after the Australian release of the first Subaru WRX in 1994. The club has a strong relationship with Subaru Melbourne so members can enjoy a range of benefits.
The Jowett Car Club of Australia Inc. is an Australia wide club with members in all states.The club aims to preserve all vehicles and engines carrying the name JOWETT and bring together persons interested in Jowett vehicles.
The club is based on an old style Rod and Custom club from the sixties when a club was just a group of people getting together to share their interests and ideas. A simple club with simple rules for people with a passion for motor vehicles.
The Land Rover Owners Club of Victoria is the longest established 4WD club in Australia. The main activities are 4WD trips but driver training, navigation and other 4WD related interests are available.
The Victorian Light Car Club, later to become the Light Car Club of Australia, was formed in Melbourne in 1924 by a group of RACV motoring enthusiasts. The Light Car Club was disbanded in 1992. For more information on the LCCA please contact Bob Watson by using the below website.
Owning an MG is not a prerequisite and anyone is welcome to join this club. The MGs in the group currently range from a beautifully restored PB through to a modern MGF; there is also a mix of other classic cars like Jaguars and Healey's.
The club exists to encourage owners and drivers of the Toyota MR2 to appreciate and maintain their vehicle in order to promote its unique value. This is a social motoring club with a range of activities available to its members.
The MPHVC was founded in 1969 as a family social club, with the aims of assisting in preservation, restoration, use and maintenance of historic vehicles, stationary engines and other mechanical memorabilia more than 25 years old, with particular emphasis on veteran and vintage eras.
The club is for all lovers of the Morris Minor. The club aims to foster the preservation of all models of Morris Minors produced after 1948 and to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, general technical information and advice. This is a social motoring club that hold a variety of motoring and social activities.
The Mustang Club caters for all Mustangs, 1964 to present models, stock or modified. Members can enjoy the company of other enthusiasts, join in the regular social events and get in touch with solving Mustang queries.
The Nissan Datsun Sports Owners Club (NDSOC) is based in Victoria and is a club with hundreds of enthusiastic members enjoying great club events. The NDSOC is very active in both competition and social events with members competing at club race days on a monthly basis.
The aim of the club is to provide a base bringing together Norton owners and riders. They promote social events and help each other with technical information. Membership caters for all age groups and all types of Norton’s.
PACA Victoria Region is a semi-autonomous arm of the national Club. Whilst essentially a one make club, all vehicles manufactured from when the company became the Studebaker Packard Corporation in 1954 are eligible for membership. A National Rally is run every two years and is organised by the individual state or territory chapters.
The Pajero Club has grown into a very strong and diverse 4WD community. The club caters for all aspects of four wheel drive fun including weekends in the high country, longer outback adventures, sand dune driving and family outings
One of the oldest Renault car clubs in the world, it has a long history in many motor sport disciplines including running motorkhana, trials, rallies, autocrosses, observed section trials and economy runs. They also host a wide range of social activities for their members.
The Riley Motor Club caters for enthusiasts whose aim is to keep Riley’s, be they vintage, post-vintage thoroughbred or post-war classics, on the road by providing friendly help, advice and an excellent spares service.
The Rootes Group Car Club Inc. was established to cater for and promote Rootes Group vehicles. The club can supply vehicle owners with technical information and is also a great means of meeting fellow enthusiasts.
Members of RCCA have Rovers that span most, if not all, the Rover models sold in the Australian market over the years.
Technical Officers specialising in particular Rover models are on hand to give advice on your car problems. A full range of club events are catered for and the club is affiliated with various motoring bodies and maintains contact with other Rover Car Clubs around the country.
Following the established philosophy of the Rover P4 Guild (U.K.), the Rover P4 Drivers’ Guild of Australia (Inc.) is a unique car club dedicated to the preservation, restoration, enjoyment and use of P4 Rovers (1950-1964). The Club also has a number of earlier (pre war and post war) vehicles represented in its inventory. The Rover P4 Drivers Guild of Australia Inc. is the Australian representative of the Rover P4 Drivers Guild UK.
The Rover P5 & P6 Owners Australia was established as an online club in 2017 and has grown to include members from all around Australia. The Club incorporated in 2018 the Club and now offers a young team of motoring enthusiasts with a fresh and vibrant image. We offer an updated Social Media platform, private members forums and, importantly, an enthusiasm to attend the more mainstream car shows.
The aim of the club is to cater for people who have an interest in restoring, touring and displaying all types of Veteran, Vintage, Classic Cars, Motorcycles, Trucks and Stationary Engines, etc., or any piece of historical interest.
The aim of this club is to restore, maintain, preserve and display the vehicles manufactured by the Standard Motor Company Limited (later Leyland STI) between 1903 and 1964 inclusive. They also promote social, technical, and sporting activities among members.
The club was formed in 1967 to preserve and foster the ownership of all models and products of the Studebaker marque. The club itself is affiliated with the Studebaker Drivers Club Of U.S.A. Social outings are arranged on a regular basis and include picnics, observation runs, scenic drives and many more. Being a family club, children of all ages are generally catered for.
The Thunderbird Owner's Club of Australia Inc. and State Branches is a social non-profit organisation devoted to serve as a medium for exchange of ideas, information and parts for admirers and owners of Thunderbirds, to aid them in restoring and preserving these automobiles and associated Ford vehicles in their original likeness.
Our club's aim is to promote the enjoyment of motoring and sharing of information for the benefit of enthusiasts and their families. We encourage members to participate in events and social activities within an inclusive, safe and respectful environment. Whist primarily focused on Holden Toranas, we also include other makes and models built between 1950 and 1990.
Established in 1992 with the merger of the Celica Car Club of Victoria and the Toyota Owners Club of Victoria, the Toyota Car Club of Australia Inc. (Victoria) provides a channel for vehicle and motorsport enthusiasts to share their admiration. In 2015, the club celebrated 40 years of history since the 2 founding clubs began. Many changes have happened over time but one thing always remains true, we love our cars and we love sharing our passion for Toyotas.
The club provides an active and entertaining programme of events for people interested in Vauxhall and Bedford products. A comprehensive spares scheme is also operated for the benefit of members. There is also a programme of remanufacturing items as demand justifies.
The VCCA (Victoria) was founded in 1955 and caters for those who are interested in Cars, Commercial Vehicles and Motorcycles manufactured before January 1st 1919. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in these early vehicles, it is not a requirement to own a veteran vehicle and membership of the club is a great way to enjoy a common interest and a fascinating hobby.
The Victorian Clubman Builders Group is a club designed to enjoy the building and driving of Lotus 7 inspired vehicles. They meet twice a month with social coffee mornings and bi-monthly for more formal club meetings.
The Vintage & Classic Car Club – Ballarat was formed in 1966 to bring together persons with an interest in all motor vehicles built before 31st December, 1942 and other vehicles, of special interest, over 25 years old. The club caters for all cars and motorcycles regardless of country of origin or manufacturer.
The Vintage Drivers Club was founded by a small group of enthusiasts in 1958 and respects all marques and models of motor vehicles. The club promotes all types of activities to encourage the enjoyment of historic motoring. These include day and interstate runs and Concourse/Restoration competitions.
The Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club (VJMC) is a worldwide club with 4 separate branches in North America, the UK, Australia and New Zealand whose objective is to foster the preservation, restoration, riding and enjoyment of ownership of Japanese motorcycles more than 15 years old. The Australian branch is a non-profit community association operated nationally by a committee of volunteers in an informal and friendly manner. Club members participate in events such as rallies, shows and regular club rides, and most members are able to attend regional area meetings and social events. Formed in 1983, the VJMC is incorporated in NSW.
The Volvo Club is a place where Volvo enthusiasts can meet and mingle with like-minded people. Members enjoy talking about Volvo, helping out other members with problems, enjoying events together and driving or showing our cars.
A family based club for Holden owners and lovers. Based in South West Victoria, the mission of the clubis to actively keep all of members old Holden’s on the road and provide an outlet in which those vehicles can be utilised.
Founded in 1975, the Wolseley Car Club Inc. was the first to cater for this marque in Australia. With around 300 members, the club offers expert technical assistance and access to both new and used parts. Due to interchangeability, Nuffield and BMC owners are also welcome to join the club.
The Club holds monthly General Meetings as well as organizing local day, weekend and interstate outings.