With the demise of the One Tree Hillclimb in 2002, motor sport in the local area was in a decline. In August 2006, a small group of local motoring enthusiasts met and resolved to “Re-climb the Hill”, and so the Ararat Car Club Inc. was formed.
Bay Rodders Inc. is a Hot Rod Club based in the town of Somerville, an outer southern suburb of Melbourne, on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. The club caters Hot Rods, Classics and Customs.
CCC is a long standing rallying based car club, we have successful competitors from our club competing at Club/State and National levels.
The club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation, restoration and enjoyment of 1962-1965 Fairlane models produced by the Ford Motor Company. The club welcomes owners of original and modified Fairlanes.
Our meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month at The Reggio Calabria Club Inc, 476 Brunswick Rd, Parkville, 8pm.
The Model T Ford Club of Victoria was formed on the 6th June, 1980 by a group of people, all of whom had an interest in the Model T Ford. Their aim was to encourage and promote use of Model T Ford cars, to help in the restoration of Model Ts and to create a register of Model T owners. The Club is a chapter of the Model T Ford Club of America and the Model T Ford Club International.
The Goulburn Valley Four Wheel Drive Club Incorporated was formed in June 1976. It is active in all aspects of four wheel driving, catering for beginners to the serious driver, in any model of vehicle.
The Jackaroo Club is a friendly group of people with a common interest in Four Wheel Driving. Originally formed in March 1984 by owners of Holden/Isuzu 4WDs, the club now comprises owners Holden, Nissans, Toyotas, Land Rovers and others.
The Melbourne Jeep Owners Club is based in Victoria, Australia and was established in 1997. It has now grown to become the largest Jeep Owners Clubs in Australia. The club is a thriving, proactive club with many enthusiastic members from all age groups and most Jeep models are represented.
The Victorian Branch was the first to be established in Australia in 1974 and is now part of a strong national membership of over 1,300 owners.
The year is 2008, the Porsche Club of Victoria is now in its 33rd year with some 1200+ members and an ambition and comprehensive annual calendar of around 40 separate events.
One of the objectives of the Clubis to promote, organise and conduct within the Club and with other motor vehicle clubs, events such as: rallies, tours, trials, competitions, exhibitions, social functions and other similar events.
The TTRC was established in 1985, and functioned as a small local area Club of like-minded truck enthusiasts. In 1999, it was decided to extend the membership base and to spread the activities across a greater area, and since then has expanded rapidly.
The Victoria Police Four Wheel Drive Club was established in June 2004 to promote interest in the safe, responsible and lawful pursuit of four wheel drive and all wheel drive touring.