Calendar of Club Events
And other Motoring Events for your information.
All Club Events take place within the Victorian Government’s current Covid-19 restrictions and guidance.
For any questions on RCCA run events please contact Club Events Co-ordinator.
The Brewers of “Rover” Beer.Time: arrive by 10.15am for a tour at 10.30am for approximately 1 hour. Purchases can be made at the end of the tour. Members are encouraged to bring their ‘Rover cars’ for a mini display promoting the Rover marque. Street parking is available. https://hawkers.beer/collections/rover
Guest Speaker Elizabeth Nash.
Member Elizabeth Nash will be showing some of her little films that she makes with the Ringwood Moviemakers, included are three films on Cars, She will also talk about the club and the processes they use to make their films.
Prospective members most welcome.
Note Date is now 16th April – Fully Booked
Royal Exhibition Building dome Promenade – a guided experience allows visitors to be able to experience spectacular views and explores the building’s significant history & varied uses over time. Tour will commence at 10.00am for one hour.
Sorry this is now fully booked.
You can see Tour’s Web page here.
Organised by the Old Cranks Motor Club, the annual Beechworth Drive Back In Time is on again on 6th and 7th May 2023. The good news is the event will return to pre-covid format, with Ford Street closed to traffic from Camp Street to Williams Street, plus additional vehicles and engines in the Police Paddocks.
Vehicles over 25 years are welcome to participate.
Come to watch the street cruise in the town on Saturday 6th from approx. 4.30pm.
For Old Cars, Old Engines and Old Bikes
Member Gianni D’Ortenzio will be the contact for this event. Please ring Gianni on his mobile details in April Small Torque. If members are interested in attending book your accommodation ASAP as this weekend is very popular.
May Club Meeting
Once again Tom and his son have offered their time and expertise to demonstrate to members – extensive panel work on brass, nickel, silver and moulding.
Address: West Preston, please see April ST for address details. Meeting time: 1.45pm. Class will commence at 2.00-4.00pm. The RCCA will provide afternoon tea.
Members to bring their own cups. Numbers limited to 8 individuals, so get in fast with Events Coordinator Jane.
AOMC Event to Celebrate National Motoring Heritage Day
Gold coin donation. Catering will be available, supplied by the local Community Groups. General public from 10.30am
Meeting point: Tylden Community Hall – opposite the General Store – Cnr of
Tylden-Woodend Rd C317 & Trentham Road C318. (Map X909 F9).
Meeting time: 9.30am. Leave at 9.35am to arrive in Trentham by 10.00am.
Once again, they need volunteers to assist in the Competition Paddock (Pit) area with spectator and traffic control for the duration of the meeting. Or come along and display your Rover in the display area. It is a great opportunity to promote the Rover marque.
If anyone is interested in volunteering, please contact Alan Barnes on Ph. (03) 9391 6362 or Mob. 0410 983 156, or email email@example.com
A fabulous day, lots of interesting cars to check out and they provide a nice lunch as well.
June Club Meeting
Expressions of Interest Please to Events Coordinator
Starting off with lunch at Avoca members will have the opportunity to Tour the Silos and Street Art in St Arnaud, Sea Lake, Wedderburn plus a number of other towns along the way. It will include the amazing Stick shed in Murtoa. There will be an opportunity to stay Sunday night in Wedderburn and visit some tank art on Monday coming back into Melbourne can also visit Water Tank Art . Other attractions may be added along the way.
See April Small Torque for more details.
Contact: Jane firstname.lastname@example.org or Glenys email@example.com or the Club’s Post box, PO 6049, Wantirna, Vic 3152
For full details of Club activities please see Club Magazines, Viking Torque and Small Torque or contact Club Events Co-ordinator. In all cases if you wish to attend an Event please notify the Club Events Co-ordinator, so arrangements can be made for suitable parking, tickets or catering as appropriate. Club Events Co-ordinator email.
In addition to Club Events we also list some non RCCA organised Events that we are aware of for information to Members and Classic Car visitors. (If we list a non Club Event for information, please contact the organisers of the event for the latest situation.)
Please Note: If your vehicle is on Club Plates remember to always fill in your Log Book when you participate in Events.
Monthly Meetings are held in RCCA Club Rooms
Auburn Uniting Church Hall
Entrance off Hepburn Street
Melways Ref. 45F11