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    • 26-05-2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • Centennial Place & Steel Forge Lane, Midland

    Grand Tourer Register's Wild Goose Chase

    • 31-05-2019
    • 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • Meet at Ye Olde Narrogin Inn Armadale 10am for 10.30 departure.

    If you are going to the Albany Classic Event why not join us on a pleasant drive to Albany for the round the houses racing and lots of socialising with other Club members. We can get a coffee at the Pioneer Village before heading off to Williams which is about 90 mins from Armadale , where we can stop for lunch. The Woolshed is popular with some , while others prefer the Rustik Rainbow about 400 meters further along Albany Highway. From here it is an easy 250K run to Albany, with perhaps a stop in Kojonup to visit the Memorial to Brigadier Arnold Potts , the hero of the Kakoda Campaign, at Apex Park on the corner of Broomehill Road and Albany Highway.

    • 01-06-2019
    • The Lake House, 106 Turner Road, Denmark.

    Change Of Venue Notification

    Castelli Vineyards is no longer operating so we have changed the venue to The Lake House, Denmark 

    LOCATION ; The Lake House (winery & restaurant) 106 Turner Road Denmark, approx 3 kms west of the earlier venue.

    TIME ; 11.30 am arrival for seating and tastings then sit down meals 12.00pm

    TRAVEL OPTIONS ; members can make their own way to the venue or travel in convoy to be assembled at the front car park of the Albany Entertainment Centre on the Albany Harbour foreshore by 10.30am then travel to the venue by 10.45am

    VENUE PARKING; will be available for members & vehicles in a display format at the venue and adjacent to the restaurant .

    MENU/PRICING ;I would recommend that the club adopt the $30 per head shared tasting platters.

    Members with any special dietary needs will need to contact the venue direct

    This event is being organised by our GSR Secretary Carey Renton, and if you have any queries his mobile number is 0437 483 660.

    • 01-06-2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 02-06-2019
    • Albany, WA

    The Albany Classic Motor Event is run through the heart of Albany's CBD, overlooking the ANZAC Peace Park and Princess Royal Harbour. This spectacle of historic motor sport presents a wide variety of cars from vintage wire wheels, post-vintage and classics as well as open wheel racers and big cube muscle cars.  This event is part of the WA Regularity Championship. It is organised locally by the Albany Organising Committee with the Vintage Sports Car Club of WA (VSCCWA). Click on Albany Link to view the full program.

    Saturday- Mt Clarence Hill Climb from 09:00. Free Event
    Sunday- CBD car events & festival start 09:30 (link event to program)
    Alison Hartman Gardens for circus, entertainment & market stalls (link to festival program)
    St John's Church grounds for children's activities.

    In 2018 there were more than 150 entrants including a 1926 Salmson GSS with its 1.1 litre engine and a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro of over 5.8 litres. Many of the cars competing were created in the earliest days of Australian Motorsport including specials from Miller, Bartlett and Brax. In the other categories you'll see Lotus, Mustang, Elfin, Jaguar, Porsche, Bolwell, Simca, Lola and many more. Check out this video to see an insider’s view of the track (click here - YouTube).  Thanks to Steve at United Fuel Injection & his Fiat 125T for the link.

    Albany first experienced motor racing in 1936 with the 'WA 50 Mile T.T. Car Race'. This was the first round the houses style race in Australia and was run over a 4-mile circuit through the town. The modern layout follows part of the revised 1938 Grand Prix circuit and is 1.5 km in length overlooking the picturesque Princess Royal Harbour.

    The Albany Classic is the premier round the houses historic regularity event in Australia and is one of only two events of its type still going today. The modern event is as much a festival as serious Motorsport but now caters for the whole family and a diverse range of motoring interest. Crowds line the city streets to witness the enthralling sight of vintage and classic cars taking part in the annual motor event. This year, cars covering 88 years of motoring development are competing or on display.

    The JCCWA has a private room for dinner at Six Degrees on Sunday the 2nd June starting 7pm. Choice of  two entrees and two main courses at a reasonable cost of $50 per person. Members who require vegetarian or gluten free meals also catered for.    To see the menu click on Albany Dinner Menu.pdf To comply with Wild Apricot's requirements will members please register their partners as guests.

    Dessert and drinks etc. are for members to pay on the night. Prepayment for the dinner is required and is part of the registration process so please have your credit card ready. You can also log on to www.jaguarcarclubofwa.com.au and pay via the PayPal button on the Home page. 

    Any queries please contact Marilyn McGee Social secretary 0412 373 365 marilynmcgee@icloud.com

    • 11-06-2019
    • 7:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Wattle Ave East, Neerabup

    • 16-06-2019
    • 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Harvey and Wananup

    Hi Cats,
    That time again to get the engines going for our next run. Graham has organised another run to compete with the Harvey day run from last month.

    Start with a coffee at the the Stirling Cottages tea room in Harvey at 9:30 am. We can all meet there to start the day off or Meet us near Mandurah at The Cut Tavern Bar Bistro at 11:45 for Lunch in Waranup. Located at the corner of Southwest Highway and James Stirling Place.


    A great spot for a cuppa and a wonder through the beautiful cottage gardens following the winding river. 

    Depart at 10:30 am for a leisurely drive thought the back roads ( all sealed) to the Forest Highway and Old Coast road to Wananup, We plan to arrive at the Cut Tavern by 11:45 am to have lunch over looking the Dawesville Cut.