Contact Details

Noosa Beach Classic Car Club

ABN 72 460 685 364

Mailing Address

PO Box 1115
Noosa Heads
Queensland 4567
Australia

President

Mike Rider Tel: 0418 224310

  About the Club

  Club History

  Club Constitution

  First Aid - Defibrillator Info.

  Member Benefits

 

Meeting Minutes 

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About the Club

Noosa Beach Classic Car Club is a not - for - profit motoring club located on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. It was formed in 1988, with a common interest of "Classic Cars", no matter what make, model or year.

Each year the club holds three major events,

The Noosa Hill Climb - Winter challenge
The Noosa Beach Classic Car Show
The Noosa Hill Climb - Summer Challenge

Excess funds from these events go to local charities and worthy causes. To date the club has donated over $190,000 to help causes such as Student Driver Training, Noosa Coast Guard, Riding for the Disabled, Rural Fire Brigade and many more.

Club members participate in many other social activities such as interesting monthly motoring runs, dinners, our club Show 'n' Shine and sporting days.

The club publishes a monthly magazine "Classic Lines" and keeps members informed of club news and events via this website.

More information about the club can be viewed below.

 

Club History

“AS TIME GOES BY”  EVE RYAN – CLUB HISTORIAN

 HISTORY OF THE NOOSA BEACH CLASSIC CAR CLUB Inc.

 Updated 25 January 2011

The year was 1988 and Noosa, particularly Hastings Street, was going through a bad period in business due to a general downturn in investment and a slump in the stock market, not to mention, NO BEACH! There were 22 empty shops in Hastings Street and the general feeling from the traders was gloomy, so it was decided to have a “Beach Party”.

A beach was created in Hastings Street by means of 10 tip-truck loads of sand, as there was none on the beach at the time. All sorts of ideas for entertainment were canvassed, one of them being a Street Parade with expo stilt walkers and a car show. Thus the 1st “Car Classic” was born.

The number of cars was not big, but the show was a great hit, with a 1905 Renault, 1924 Bentley, 1926 Salmson racecar, 1954 D type Jaguar Replica, 1958 Goggomobile Dart, 1956 Mercedes Benz Gullwing, 1926 Mercedes Benz 540K, 1967 Mercedes Benz 250SL Roadster, 1926 Austin 7 Boat-tail, 1938 Jaguar SS100, 1904 Rambler Single Cylinder, 1963 Lynx Race Car, 1935 Porsche Cabriolet, Lola Le Mans Race Car, Ciacattolo Group A, Cobra Replica, 1934 Ford Coupe, Dick Johnson’s Ford Sierra Race car, and a replica of a 1886 Benz Patent Motor wagon (This was one of eleven built by Mercedes Benz’s apprentices at Stuttgart Germany)

Only 10% of Lions Park was used and featured a “hospitality tent” with complimentary champagne, orange juice, beer and soft drink for the exhibitors. There was a $1 admission fee for the public and no charge for the exhibitors.

The 1st “Classic Car Show” was a huge success and the number of cars grew rapidly each year, 47 in the 2nd year; 120 in the 3rd and now nearly 300 cars are on show.

In 2001 “The Marque of the Year” was introduced. These have been:

2001 Jaguar

2002 Ferrari

2003 Mercedes Benz

2004 Porsche

2005 Lamborghini

2006 Corvette

2007 Aston Martin

2008 Maserati

2009 Bristol

2010 Alfa Romeo

2011 M.G.

2012 Rolls Royce/Bentley

2013 Triumph

2014 Porsche

2015 Jaguar

2016 Ford

2017 Holden

 

The Noosa Beach Classic Car Show has grown to be a premier car event attracting exhibitors from far & wide.

In 1998 The Inaugural Historic Noosa Hill Climb organized by The Historic Racing Club of Qld, in conjunction with the Noosa Beach Classic Car Club, roared up “The Hill” at Gyndier Drive on the 21st & 22nd of November.

Since then, this event has also established itself as one of the elite Hill Climbs in Queensland, also attracting competitors from far and wide.

Noosa Beach Classic Car Club has donated in excess of $140,000 over the years to worthy charities and needy causes.

 

Club Constitution

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First Aid - Defib information

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