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: 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: Ron Gillick Until very recently our run was to be Bill and Elaine’s annual Jingellic Run along the banks of the Murray River, with lunch at the picturesque Jingellic pub. However, based on some recent personal experience and reports from others, it seems that the pub no longer
Story: Ron Gillick Day 1 Early on a brisk Saturday morning, 12 cars assembled in the car park of McDonald’s in Wodonga. We had several visitors from the Western Victoria Chapter and one from Central Chapter, all looking forward to a run from one side of the State to the other and back
Story: Karen Bradshaw Ian and I decided to make a weekend of our trip to Wangaratta for the North-Eastern Victoria Chapter run to Bright on Sunday. We left Friday afternoon and had a good trip up to Wangaratta – with the roof up as it was pretty cool. We filled in Saturday resting up
Story: Karen Bradshaw Ian and I met up with Alan, Dawn and Beau on a chilly, dreary Saturday morning for an 8.15am start. We headed to Ballarat to meet up with two more brave souls (Neil and Jeff) at the takeaway shop at the Learmonth Road/Ring Road roundabout. On arrival we had a ver
Story: Gerry Engwerda Fabulous – the sort of day where you can put the top down right at the start and not have to think about it again for the rest of the run. The start, incidentally, saw us at the Java Café in the main street of Yackandandah (yes, there is such a place), where the
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.