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Next club meeting - March 28th
Meetings are held at the Carlingford Bowling Sports & Recreation Club and Denistone Bowling Club, 59 Chatham Road, West Ryde.

The amalgamated club offers discounted drinks and meals to its members. You can join for $5.50 per year. Applications are available at the bar. The meeting starts at 8pm but most attendees arrive early to have dinner at the club.

Michael is looking for a Co-Driver. Details here

Event Schedule for 2017 here
Please note: Date changes to the Wollondilly 270 and Alpine Classic.

The April Fools Fun Run – Part 2 is the next event on the CRC calendar and will be run on Saturday, 1st April. Entries will close on Tuesday, 28th March. It will start and finish in Mittagong, with a lunch stop in Goulburn. The event distance will be about 300 km, with about 10 km of good unsealed roads. The cost will be $110 for a crew of two.

If you are planning to enter, Tony would appreciate you submitting your entry as early as possible so that the lunch providers can be advised of the total number of mouths to feed. (Early entries will also help to keep Tony’s stress levels down!)

Tony hopes to see as many of you competing on the day as possible and hopes that – fingers crossed – we will have a fine day!

Details for April Fools Fun Run - Part 2 available here

Rally Of The South
Details available here

Sheep Station Rally - August 13th
Flyer available here

Latest 'Rally Directions', available here

The Classic Rally Club of New South Wales is the home of classic navigational rallying on the east coast of Australia. On our website you can learn all about classic rallying, see what rallies are on the calendar and read the monthly newsletters to see what we have been up to.

Classic rallying involves recreational car rally events held on sealed roads open to the public. Classic rallies are not races. The emphasis is on using navigational skills to follow route instructions.

A series of events is held throughout the year, most of which have divisions for differing levels of navigator skill.

Any vehicle that is road registered (or on historic vehicle plates) and has at least two seats is eligible to enter events.

We welcome people who are interested to come along to our monthly meetings.

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