Car Clubs in Australia

If you are a car enthusiast in or around Australia, you are in luck! There are many clubs for car enthusiasts of all shape and sizes. These clubs are a great way to get involved in a club and be part of a community while meeting like-minded individuals who share your passion for cars. If you enjoy racing, there are also clubs dedicated to car racing.

Here are just a few examples of the wide array of car clubs:

BMW Drivers Car Club of South Australia

This club aims to unite BMW drivers and owners from the region. The club hosts various events, both competitive and more social. The club is a non-profit organisation, meaning that it exists purely for and as a result of its own members who both fund and benefit from the club. The club meets regularly in addition to their various annual and random events. Membership has many benefits, including access to events, resources and a network all over the country and even internationally.

The Vintage Sports Car Club of South Australia

This club, as the name suggests, is dedicated to all things vintage. The cars that are included in this club are those manufactured before 1960. The club meets once a month and are always accepting new members. The fee depends on the type of membership, but all enthusiasts and vintage car owners are welcome. The club hosts a variety of events, which take place, on average, once a month at least. The membership comes in different levels, each with their own set of unique benefits to enjoy.

Sporting Club of South Australia

This club is dedicated to the sportier cars in the region. In fact, this club is the second oldest car club in the world, having been formed back in 1934 with no gaps in its existence. There are over 1700 members who participate in a wide variety of events from car shows to races.

Rover Car Club

This club is dedicated to lovers of Rover cars. If you own or love these cars, then the RCCA is up your alley. The club has been around for over 50 years and has a loyal and dedicated following. This club is based in Melbourne but open to members in other areas of Australia as well. There are Rover clubs in other regions and in other parts of the world as well, so membership gives you access to this network.

These are just a few examples of the wide variety of regional and national clubs available to those who live in and around Australia. If you love cars, own a unique car or want to learn more about a particular type of car, these clubs are for you.