President's Message

We are seeing unprecedented times at present, and our hobbies and endeavours may seem insignificant compared to what we're seeing around us. However, while we can't expect to be able to take part in our usual meets and activities, we can still live a little without putting others around us at risk - and enjoy the rewards of owning and maintaining our beautiful cars. So while everything is on a Coronavirus-induced hiatus, I and the committee wish you to be happy and well - and don't forget to go for a wee Rove when you have a chance. All the best,

Gary Bickford President

About Us

The RCCQ - locally known as "The Rover Club" - was founded in 1976 to promote the preservation of Rover vehicles and to provide a forum for the exchange of information and assistance among owners. Another important function of the club is to give Rover owners and their families regular opportunities to meet socially (see Upcoming Events).

Membership is available to anyone who would like to join, whatever make of car you own. Currently our membership stands at around 90 members throughout Queensland and Northern NSW. Members' vehicles cover a wide range of Rover models, both conventional and four wheel drive, as well as other British classics.

There are members with expertise who are willing and able to assist you with advice or suggest where you might obtain help with your particular model (see Geting Help).

You will find that the monthly General Meeting provides an excellent opportunity to pick the brains of other members - someone is sure to have experienced any problem you have and can help you out. If you need assistance and are not able to get to meetings, please contact us - we want to help you.

General Meetings are held at BCC Library, 79 Evelyn St. Grange at 7.30pm on the 2nd Thursday of every month (except December).

We look forward to seeing you and your family and your vehicle at as many of our events as you can attend. We aim to make ownership of your classic as enjoyable as possible.