If your vehicle is on Historic Registration then this is a day not to miss.
Your current membership expires on 31 October 2019. To maintain Historic Registration beyond this date you must have your logbook authorised for 2020 AND be a paid up member of the Morris Car Club of SA.
Come along on the day to renew your subscriptions and have your logbook authorised for another year of Historic Registration.
If you cannot make it on the day it is essential that you RENEW your membership NO LATER THAN 31 OCTOBER. You can arrange to have verificvation and log book authorised by contacting any of The Club’s authorised officers, details of whom are in the October edition of The Bulletin.
IF YOU HAVE NOT RENEWED YOUR SUBS AND LOGBOOK BY 31 OCTOBER 2019 THEN THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT DEEMS YOUR VEHICLE UNREGISTERED.
This is a great day out in the country!
Meet at the Fire Station on Portrush Road by the bottom of the freeway at 9:00am for a 9:30am departure.
We will travel via the freeway to Callington for the 2019 Callington Show.
Plenty of attractions such as Monster Truck rides, a Hobby Expo, Grain and Poultry Tent, Sheep Show and many other genuine country show events.
Bring your own picnic lunch if you want, or buy lunch from the food and drink stalls at the show.
Derick Stubbs will be giving a presentation on petrol pumps.
Get ready for the long summer ahead. Your car will need all the fluid it can get on those hoyt days and when electric fuel pumps will be working overtime to keep up with the demand. Derrick will show what we need to do to get our pumps ready for the challenge.
As always, please bring a plate of supper to share!
The All British Day is an annual display day and picnic for car club members to meet and show off their British vehicles.
It’s a very club centric day, with the organisers arranging club parking in sections so attendees can get a really good feel for individual marques and chat with vehicle’s custodians.
Entries for ABD 2020 are now open, so come along and see just how many different variations of “JB007” can be slapped onto the registration plates of Aston Martins, or how many variations on “ROV” members of the Rover Club have found to put onto their vehicles!
Join us at Goolwa Camping and Tourist Park in March 2020 for a long-weekend away!
Powered sites from $40, Standard Ensuite cabin (sleeps 2) from $105 and Villas and family cabins (sleep 6) from $140, all prices per night.
Pay for 3 nights and get the 4th night for free.
The park has a well setup camp kitchen and two BBQ sheds.
Saturday morning will have a 2 hour Murray mouth cruise, Sunday morning will have a ride on The Cockle Train.
Nothing is set in stone - take it all at your own pace and do what you want to do, or just laze around and do nothing.
Please book early if you are planning to be there - the park can be contacted on 08 8555 2144 between 9:00am and 5:00pm daily.