Introduction to RCCA:
Established in 1964 in Melbourne, the RCCA has now been going for nearly 60 years. If you own, drive, like or love Rover Cars of any age or design, this is the club for you. Becoming a member of the Rover Car Club of Australia will give you the benefits of having an enormous source of technical and practical knowledge, of meeting fellow enthusiasts, of socialising at events and meetings (within Covid safety requirements), and sharing the benefit from each others’ technical and operational experience.
The RCCA, is based in Melbourne in the State of Victoria, but membership is Australia wide. We also maintain close contact with Rover Clubs in other States and overseas. The RCCA is a member of the Association of Motoring Clubs (AOMC) and is an approved Club with VicRoads for the Club Permit Scheme.
This site contains information about the Club, Events for your Rover participation, Cars and parts for sale or wanted, photos of our Rovers, membership information and links to information about Rovers in Australia and overseas. Please enjoy!
Please note this month’s meeting will NOT be held at the Uniting Church Hall, Hepburn St, Hawthorn. The Australian Electoral Commission will be setting up for the Referendum 2023 vote on Saturday 14th October.
We will be meeting at the Augustine Hall, Habitat Church, 2 Minona Street, Hawthorn at 8pm. Directions: It is on the left at the far end away from Hepburn St. Limited parking in Minona Street. Some parking will be available in the Uniting Church Hall carpark. Members can park in the side streets and walk to the new venue.
Latest Torque is October Small Torque and has been distributed to Members:
It can also be downloaded from our Members Only Archive page here. (Members Password needed)
RCCA Display @ National Motoring Heritage Day Trentham Historic Railway
Photos from Queensland Toowoomba Rove
All our meetings are being being held in accordance with the latest Government Covid Guidelines. Please see our Calendar for latest on Events.
All Events are governed by Victorian Department of Health and Human Services guidelines. Members are advised to also check the DHHS website for updates.
New on the Webpage
A comparison between a 1974 Rover P6 3500S and a 1974 Citroën D Special has been added to our Rover P6 page here:
Rover Car Club of Australia Inc Membership
Rover Car Club of Australia on Facebook
Rover Car Club of Australia Flickr Photostream
Rover Car Club of Australia Members Only Discussion Group
Google hosted Discussion Group, for RCCA Members and members of other Australian Rover Car Clubs, if you would like to join contact the Webmaster.