Club Events Calendar


Tuesday 10 March,  8pm,  Bridge Club,  Duff Place Deakin.

Below are CACMC eligible events for vehicles on Concessional Registration.

For information on Extra Runs, Swap Meets etc that are also eligible, see The Colonial 

SUNDAY 1 March –  Shannons Wheels display, Queanbeyan Showgrounds
WHEELS is the principle annual display day for all car clubs of the ACT and region. This year organised by the Southern Highlands Automotive Restorers Club (STHARC). CACMC has been allocated a large display area and encourages members to display their vehicles. This is also the occasion when judging takes place for award of CACMC annual club trophies.  

Contact and participation arrangements – check the February Colonial .

See details on CACMC Trophies and judging.

SUNDAY 15 March –  Goulburn round trip

It’s a while since CACMC has been out on the road, so we have decided to add an extra run for March. The plan is:

0915 Rendezvous at median carpark on Gibraltar St, Bungendore, corner of Tarago Road.
Proceed via Tarago Road to Tarago, then Braidwood road to Goulburn
1030 Arrive at Goulburn Railway Roundhouse Museum (off Braidwood Road at Goulburn).
Entry $10, $8 for seniors. Alternately, visit one of Goulburn’s other attractions such as the excellent Art Gallery.

1230 Re-convene at Historic Waterworks Museum by the Wollondilly River for BYO picnic lunch in the picturesque riverside setting. Goulburn has plenty of take-away outlets.

1400 Waterworks Museum Demonstration and display of working steam-driven pumping stations.

1500 Depart for Canberra via Federal Highway. Optional afternoon tea stop TBA.

The order of the museum visits is determined by the opening hours of the displays – the Roundhouse latest tour is at 1.00pm.

Contact Richard Thwaites 0414 241 079

TWO DAY Goulburn Tour option.

Grahame Crocket is planning to make a two-day itinerary for Goulburn, with overnight Friday 13th and Saturday 14th then joining the Sunday tour. If interested, contact Grahame directly at <>.

SUNDAY 19 April –  Braidwood and Araluen
This trip was planned before the bushfires, and now goes ahead during bushfire recovery.

The itinerary will take us to Braidwood for morning tea, then on to Araluen for lunch at the well-known pub there.

The Braidwood-Araluen road has some steep patches, so we will arrange car-pooling from Braidwood to Araluen for those who don’t want to take their older vehicles down the hill.

Details to be advised in April Colonial, by email and on the website.

Contact: David Brand –