President's Message

Hello fellow Rover Car Club members The National Rove was held in Toowoomba on the weekend 30 September – 3 October and I want to thank our Committee for a good job well done. There were other people in- volved and a big thanks to them as well. I believe that our National Rove was the best Na- tional Rove of all times and a big thanks to every one who attended. This year we have seen a good number of new members join and I’d like to welcome them to our Club. We have had a number of Roves this year and still a couple more to go so please try and attend them if you are able. It’s always a good time to catch up. I feel so honoured to be your President and that’s for several reasons such as having a great Committee Team and their supporting wives, also a great group of Car Club Mem- bers { that’s all of you}. It’s a privilege to know and serve you. This also goes to our Country Members as I have had at times spoken or communicated with quite a few over the past years. I would like to congratulate Jon Lowe on being made a Life Member of the Club - this was announced at the National Rove in Toowoomba. Don’t forget our General Meetings with Zoom - you are welcome to use this service [ espe- cially country members ]. Please follow our website, it is continually being updated. Why not visit our Rover Resource Centre - there’s lots of interesting information there. Gary Bickford

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.