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
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
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: Rob Tanner. The day dawned reasonably fine, but with a forecast of showers and 19° for our Safari to Southport. Meeting at the Rosny Bowls Club car park at 9am, we had an excellent turn up of 12 cars – including Ian and Karen Bradshaw from the Western Victoria Chapter, who were
Story: Michelle Waldock This was the first time that Brandt had organised a run, so the other members naturally expected great things – and we were not disappointed. Upon meeting at the usual place at the usual time, we were presented with a crossword, a panic envelope and the ‘rules
Story: John Waldock There seems to be something about end-of-year runs that gives them a life of their own. In the past we have had wine tastings, raffles, nice runs in the country and Christmas lunches to die for. The planning for this year’s Christmas run started modestly. We would
Story: John Waldock So again the Chapter assembled, in sunshine no less. November’s run was taking us on a bit of a Southern Tas classic, down through the Channel area and back to Huonville, then on to Home Hill winery for a tipple or two. The day began well, with the run organiser [m
Story: John Waldock So it’s the middle of the year – cold and quite wintery. What better way to celebrate the middle of the year than getting together with the Southern Tassie Chapter to mark the winter solstice … even if it was a little later than the calendar! The run began at
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.