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Welcome to our Club

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.

The GCMGCC is a non-profit organisation affiliated with the MG Car Club UK, other MG Car Clubs within Australia and CAMS.

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.

 

Upcoming Events

Morning Tea at Canungra

Monday 25 March

Make your own way to Canungra, so we can all enjoy a 10am morning tea at one of Canungra’s cafes. See Event Calendar for more info

LSIM March Run

Sunday 31 March

Gary Stevens is organising this month’s Last Sunday run. Meet at Club Rooms, Mudgeeraba for a 9am departure. BYO morning tea, Club lunch. See Events Calendar for more details

2019 National MG Meet

The 2019 Nat Meet will be in the Redlands and Cleveland area of Brisbane. entries close on 8 March.  If interested in attending visit the MG National Meeting website.  The organising Committee have issued Bulletin 5 which clarifies  the CAMS licence requirements for the Nat Meet, plus Nat Meet Regalia can now be ordered by entrants, using this form.  Regalia can be viewed on the Nat Meet website.

As very few Gold Coast members are attending, a run on Sunday 20 April has been organised to view the Nat Meet Concours vehicles. Details to come.

 

News

Vale – John Talbot

It was with the great sadness that Gold Coast MG Car Club Members commemorated the passing of our much beloved Club Captain, John Talbot.

John was an indomitable figure within our organisation. His tireless work on behalf of the membership will leave a lasting legacy and a gaping hole.

John’s memorial service at Mudgeeraba Showgrounds was attended by around 150 people from the Antique Auto Club and our club.

Visit to Neil and Mary Anne Anderson’s

This was a well attended Sunday run, with over 50 members in attendance who traveled through the lower hinterland, ending up at Neil and Mary-Anne’s place to view their 8 immaculate MGs and enjoy a very pleasant chat and morning tea. See 2019 Gallery for photos

Southern Highlands & Jenolan Caves Adventure 

Postponed to a later date

 

Run Photos

Photo of the February Mid-Week run and past club runs and events can be viewed on the Gallery page.

 Latest Time Machine

The latest edition of the Time Machine is now available for download by clicking here .

Past editions of the Club’s bi-monthly Magazine can be viewed from the website by Clicking here