Proposed CLUB EVENTS for January - February 2021.March 2021 Program
All Club activities subject to COVID-19 restrictions.

Practice Social Distancing at all Club activities - 1.5 m. Wearing of respiratory masks is advisable.

Tuesday 26th January. The Australia Day celebrations at Montville. The Club has been asked to provide some cars for display on the day but because of the space available we are limited to 10 or 12 vehicles. The cars will need to be on site by 7.30 am so as not to interfere with the ceremony at 8.00am. Celebrations commence at 8.00am with National Anthem and the flag raising ceremony outside the hall. A coffee van will be on site from 7.30am. If you would like to put your car on display please contact Des D.

Wednesday 3rd February. Run to Boreen Point for a picnic lunch beside Lake Cootharaba. Depart the clubhouse at 0900 hrs. with BYO morning tea at Yandina, followed by a scenic drive to our BYO lunch destination. Dont forget chairs. 2/2/21. Run cancelled due to weather.

Sunday 7th February. Our first club breakfast for 2021 will be at the Mary Cairncross Cafe from 0800 hrs.

Sunday 21st February. President Graham will lead us on a run to Donnybrook for a BYO lunch, with a BYO morning tea stop at Turner Park Beerwah on the way. Depart Clubhouse at 0900 hrs.

Saturday, 27th and Sunday & 28th February. Clubhouse Telecast of Bathurst 500 from 9am to 5pm on each day for a gold coin donation towards the club. The Bathurst Web site provides a full calendar for the 3 day weekend. There's a lot happening each day. The 40 lap races on Saturday and Sunday will probably start at 2.00pm AEST.
It is proposed that a $2 sausage sizzle will be available on the day. As there is quite a bit of work involved in setting up and organising the sausages,etc. it would be appreciated if you could email Mike D. to let him know if you will attend and on which days. It is important that Mike knows that people would be keen to come along otherwise he will be setting up the broadcast for nothing.


Saturday 27th February. A Club outing to Brisbane Gallery of Modern Art under the guidance of Reg and Brenda B. Featured will be a superb collection of special motorbikes from around the world shown in a gallery environment, with a second display outside in the park put on by the Historic Motorcycle Club of Qld. Full Itinieary on Members page. It has been decided that we drive down to New Farm and catch the ferry to and from the exhibition. You can pay cash for the ferry. We will be pooling cars, so please Email Brenda if you are coming, and if you are willing to take your vehicle if required. Entry to GOMA is $25 pp, or $20 pp for Seniors. The second display outside is free.