Here are links to other Web Sites that may be of interest to members.

DYI KANGA Digger Rental  (Club Sponsor)

A link to Dropbox Instructions to Send Photographs to Editor
Automobile History Timeline   (Recommended by MaryAnne Stevens)
Resources for Teachers and Educators.
Council of ACT Motor Clubs  
 Council of Heritage Motor Clubs N.S.W. Inc (The Bush Telegraph)
Council of Motor Clubs
 Australian Historic Motoring Federation
NSW Roads and Maritime. (Historic Vehicles)
Australian Automobile Association – The national body for the “Official” major motoring bodies in Australia.
Penrite Oil App – Find the match for your vehicle
Shannon’s Insurance
Shannon’s Club
Robert Shannons Foundation
NRMA Insurance
National Motor Museum – It’s over in South Australia, but well worth visiting.
Holden Prototype Car No. 1
Classic American Pickup Trucks
Cars of Australia
Aussiefrogs – The Australian French car forum
British Car Clubs – Lists Australian clubs for owners of cars of British origin.
BMW Car Club ACT
Ford Clubs – A listing of Ford clubs nationally
Gundagai Antique Motor Club Inc
German Car Clubs – Lists car clubs all around Australia for owners of German marques
Holden Clubs – A listing of Australia’s Holden clubs
Renault 4CV Register of Australia The small French cars which led the way in small car design
Armstrong Siddeley Car Club of Australia 
Canberra Antique and Classic Motor Club 
Canberra Region Morris Minor Club
Cooma Monaro Historic Automobile Club 
Cootamundra Antique Motor Club                            
Golden Era Auto Racing Club (GEAR)                     
Early V8 Ford Club of NSW
EJ-EH Holden Club of ACT 
FX-FJ Car Club of Canberra
Historic Commercial Vehicle Club                       
The Veteran Vintage and Classic Motorcycle Club of ACT Inc.               
Vintage Sports Car Club of Australia (ACT)               
Standard and Triumph Car Club of NSW Inc.
Restoration of a 1949 Standard Vanguard
 For littlies at home, try this link    Highly recommended by the Webmaster.


Braidwood – A historic town 80 km east of Canberra.

Canberra – Australia’s national Capital City.

Cooma – The city at the gateway to the Snowy Mountains.

Goulburn – A historic city “up the road” on the way to Sydney.

Queanbeyan – One of the original settlements in the area and fastest growing city in southern NSW.