A group of MG enthusiasts formed the Gold Coast MG Car Club Inc. (GCMGCC) in April 1976 as a single marque club to be based on the Gold Coast, Queensland.
The club was primarily formed to provide social style events, catering for a group of members who sought to enjoy their MG vehicles.
From humble beginnings the club today has a membership in excess of 300 members.
Club members have a variety of MG models covering production years of manufacture from pre-war MGs to MGBs, RV8s, MGFs, Z type saloons and the latest MG3 and MG GS SUV.
March Last Sunday in Month run
This months run starts at the Club Rooms, with Morning tea at Long Tan Park, near Currumbin Rock Pools and lunch at secret venue. Details can be found here
Nat Meet participants Send off run
Members are invited to join with the Nat Meet participants as they travel to Kyogle, NSW, for morning tea on Saturday 24 March. Meet at Martin Sheils Park, Tallebudgera Creek Rd, West Burleigh for a 8.20am departure.
Cooly Rocks On – Show & Shine
The Club has been invited to participate in this years event from 6 to 10 June. The Show & Shine is on Sat 9 and Sunday 10 and cars are required to be left on site overnight. The 5 day festival attracts over 100,000 people. Cost is $88 (up front) and we need 10 cars for a club display. Contact Steve Begley (contact details in Magazine) by 25 March if interested.
Upcoming Overnight Runs
Four over-night runs are currently being planned. Click on event links below or See the Calendar for details
To Warwick – April mid week run (Wed. 18 & Thur. 19)
To Goondiwindi – Great Train race May long-weekend (Fri. 4 to Mon 7 May)
To ‘chilly’ Tenterfield – Christmas in July mid week run (Wed. 11 & Thur. 12 July)
2018 National MG Meet link
4th Bulletin now available (of interest to those attending the Nat Meet)
Photos from the last four (4) club runs are now available to be viewed on the Gallery page.
Latest Time Machine
Past editions of the Club’s bi-monthly Magazine can be viewed from the website by Clicking here
New Club Logo
The Management Committee in 2017 commissioned the design of a new Club logo.
The logo represents the long beaches and surf the Gold Coast is famous for.