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The Mini Club of NSW is mindful in this difficult time that many of our members are confronting the worst of conditions caused directly or indirectly by fires. We send you our sincere good wishes and invite you to share with us your stories and concerns if this might help a little bit. Know that when we can we will visit your communities and contribute to rebuilding by driving our little machines to your areas. If you would like to share anything please respond to

All Historic Plate car owners.

Don’t forget to renew your club membership before the end of 2019.

You can pay via the website and complete the online form and pay via PayPal or direct debit.

To drive your Historic or Concessional plated mini you MUST be a current member of an authorised club such as the Mini Car Club of NSW. If you are not, you will be fined and risk your licence, registration and insurance which could make you liable for any personal injury caused in an accident with your car. So please don’t take the risk! Renew your membership ASAP!

Good wishes

The Mini Car Club of NSW wishes everyone a safe Christmas break and happy 2020.
We are sad to see many of our favourite ‘mini run’ roads and other environs impacted by the fires and know that people who live in those areas are struggling. We thank the RFS for their amazing work.
Stay safe, drive mindfully and to the conditions. We will together enjoy our cars, look after each other and continue to visit regional NSW whenever we can.
A reminder that double demerit points apply until midnight January 1.
Keep on mini-ing

Minis In the Gong Show and Shine


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by PhillB » Sat Jan 18, 2020 4:54 pm Just an update for everyone on the Show tomorrow.

The show will be going ahead tomorrow!

We will only be cancelling if there is very heavy rain or severe weather and this seems unlikely at this stage.

Keep checking our Facebook page and our webpage for any updates. We will try and post live in the morning from the site on the local weather.

Please remember that the weather situation in Wollongong is often quite different to conditions in Sydney. Apparently there was heavy rain in Sydney and Southern Highlands today but we had almost none in the Wollongong Region just overcast and cloudy.

We have inspected the grounds and they are in excellent condition despite the rain over the past days as the grounds have a slight slope and drain well.

If you are concerned about rain we will allow the use of 3m x 3m Gazebos. If you wish to erect one please let us know on arrival so we can direct you to a suitable area. They need to be able to be pegged down.

Bring an umbrella or rain jacket just in case, Don’t forget the Museum is open all day and well worth a visit if there is a need to escape from the weather.

Fencing is all up and we are ready to go!!

We look forward to seeing everyone in the morning!

Refer to Event page for further details