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New South Wales, Australia.

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member business:

Next club meeting - January 24th
Club president, John Cooper has confirmed with the management of the Denistone Bowling Club that we will be holding our January club meeting on Tuesday the 24th. The Bistro will also be open for meals. This meeting will be informal, a new year get together. John also advises that he is likely to be there.

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

Rally Of The South
flyer available here

Details and forms for the Wollondilly 260, available here

Details for April Fools Fun Run - Part 2 available here

Events of InterestIn Events of Interest:
Historic Rally Club's 1st event
. Southern Mountains Trial (1960) Re-visited.

Also in Events of Interest:

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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