Words, photos & organiser: John Waldock After such a big break from Chapter events it was no surprise that the Southern Tassie Chapter turned out in force for the first run since February. We had 12 cars and 23 attendees, with others emailing to express their disappointment in bei
Words & organiser: Lawrie Pitt ■ Photos: Jill Steer, Lawrie Pitt, Alana McDougall Uh Oh! The old favourite “U”-turn … again! This time high in the Mersey River valley in Tasssie’s Central Highlands. Note: returning back along a great road though, gives another great road, b
Story: Organiser: David Pitt ■ Photos: Rob Tanner, David Pitt Bruny Island is located about 40 kilometres south of Hobart and is a popular weekend and holiday destination. Generations of Tasmanians have spent their summers enjoying barbecues at their shacks, walks along the long sandy
Words: Craig Dixon ■ Photos: Craig Dixon, Julie Neal ■ Organisers: Loz Thomas Our first run with our home chapter, North-Eastern Victoria, Tastes of the North East, was a tasty morsel of what we were hoping for. Bring on the next course! Julie and I rolled up to our meeting point, the
Story: James Lang After the last attempt at a “fish and chip run” in February 2014, which was unfortunately cut in half by the Devon North fire, we thought a second attempt to get fish and chips from a jolly nice seaside town was worth a try. This year’s target that we would unleash o
Story: Alan Bennett Very romantic, this Valentine’s day thing. Red roses, chocolates, wine, candlelight, soft music … … or getting up early, checking the weather forecast and 5 1/2 hours sitting in a tin box on wheels, in three stages with spurs (and just 50 shades of grey
Story: Greg Jordan Sometimes, in the middle of your Monday, you look back and think:“What did I do on the weekend?” Sometimes you get there and just smile. Sometimes you drive nearly 1,000km. After Saturday lunch I washed the car and headed from Melbourne to Yackandandah. It’s only 32
Story: Karen Bradshaw Aussie, Aussie, Aussie ~ Oi, Oi, Oi !! It’s our Australia Day Run – what better way to celebrate our great country than zooming around in a MX-5 with a terrific bunch of like minded Aussies? We started with nine cars meeting Jeff Woolf at Phoenix College in Sebas
Story: Michelle & John Waldock A summer twilight run sounds so tempting -– tops down, a short but fun drive through the countryside and afternoon tea with friends … What’s not to like? Nothing, except the weather gods had taken the day off and had forgotten to turn on the su
Story: Bruce Harvey The cryptic title for this run came from a spur of the moment decision to have a drive into the Narawntapu National Park, where the “Bottle-Brush Snacks” caravan was discovered on the edge of the bush waiting for the hungry and thirsty tourist – so the decision to
If you're looking for people who share your passion and enthusiasm for the sensational Mazda MX-5, you've come to the right place!
Our Club started with the southern hemisphere's first mass gathering of MX-5 owners - 130 from all corners of Victoria - on 6 May, 1990 and was launched formally with 167 Foundation Members on 10 August, 1990.
Today, more than 700 members in Victoria and Tasmania enjoy a vast range of social and motor sport activities that help get the best out of these sensational cars.